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|Opened||August 1, 1910|
|Line length||22 km (14 mi)|
|Number of tracks||single track|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
The Stadskanaal–Zuidbroek railway is a railway line in the Netherlands, running from Stadskanaal to Zuidbroek, passing through Veendam. The line was opened in 1910, and closed in 1953, but the Veendam-Zuidbroek section was reopened in 2011. The Stadskanaal-Veendam section is owned by the STAR museum railway, and mostly runs using steam trains.
Stations on the railway line:
- Stadskanaal Hoofdstation (1905–1953)
- Stadskanaal Pekelderweg (1910–1953)
- Nieuwediep (1910–1953)
- Bareveld (1910–1953)
- Wildervank (1910–1953)
- Veendam (1910–1953; 2011–present)
- Meeden-Muntendam (1910–1941)
- Zuidbroek (1868–present)
Services on the Veendam-Zuidbroek line are operated by Arriva. From Monday to Saturday, trains run every thirty minutes between 5am and 8pm. At all other times trains run hourly.
- Overzicht van de spoorlijn Stadskanaal- Zuidbroek (in Dutch), Stationsweb. Retrieved 15 October 2014.
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