Vroomshoop railway station
|Opened||1 October 1906|
Vroomshoop is a railway station in Vroomshoop, The Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 October 1906 and is on the single track Mariënberg–Almelo railway. The line is primarily used by school children in the morning and afternoon. The station has 2 platforms. With an average of 100 passengers per day, it is one of the least used stations in the Netherlands. The train services are operated by Arriva.
Previously, this station was called Den Ham-Vroomshoop (1906-1952).
|Almelo - Mariënberg - Hardenberg||Local ("Stoptrein")||Arriva||1x per hour - 2x per hour during rush hours and on Saturday afternoons|
There is no normal bus service at this station. The nearest bus stops are Tonnendijk (direction: Westerhaar) and Koningin Beatrixstraat (direction: Den Ham) on the Hammerweg.
However, there is an emergency bus stop.
- "Station Vroomshoop - foto's en omschrijving op stationsweb".
- NS website (in Dutch)
- Dutch Public Transport journey planner (in Dutch)