Glanerbrug railway station
Glanerbrug is a railway station close to the border of Germany in Glanerbrug, Netherlands. The station opened on 18 November 2001 and is on the Zutphen–Glanerbeek railway. Between the 1972 and 2001, the passenger service to Germany stopped as the line was closed. The line to Gronau was reopened in 2001. The station is operated by Prorail, but is served by Deutsche Bahn.
The station was originally opened in 1865 as Glanerbeek and closed in 1972.
|Enschede - Gronau - Coesfeld - Lünen - Dortmund||"Regionalbahn"||DB Regio NRW||1x per hour|
|Enschede - Gronau - Münster||"Regionalbahn"||DB Regio NRW||1x per hour|
There is no bus service at this station. The nearest bus stop is Tolstraat, 500m south of the station.
- "Glanerbrug". OV in Nederland.nl.[unreliable source?]
- NS website (in Dutch)
- Dutch Public Transport journey planner (in Dutch)