Zetten-Andelst railway station
Zetten-Andelst railway station in 2007
|Coordinates||51°55′10″N 5°43′23″E / 51.91944°N 5.72306°E / 51.91944; 5.72306Coordinates: 51°55′10″N 5°43′23″E / 51.91944°N 5.72306°E / 51.91944; 5.72306|
Location within Netherlands
Zetten-Andelst is a railway station for Zetten and Andelst, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 November 1882 and is on the Elst–Dordrecht railway. Train services are operated by Arriva. The station is situated between the two villages.
|Elst - Arnhem Centraal
||2x per hour: 1x per hour to Elst and 1x per hour to Arnhem - Evenings and weekends 1x per hour to Arnhem. Does not stop at Arnhem Zuid.
||Bemmel - Elst - Valburg - Herveld - Andelst - Zetten
||Breng and TCR
||Mon-Fri during daytime hours only.
||Heteren - Randwijk - Indoornik - Zetten - Andelst - Wely - Hien - Dodewaard - Opheusden - Kesteren
||During evenings and weekends, this bus only operates if called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus").
||Arnhem Willemsplein → Arnhem Kronenburg → Arnhem Station Zuid → Driel → Heteren → Randwijk → Zetten
||This bus only operates on Saturday late nights (between midnight and 5:00). Boarding is only possible from Arnhem Willemsplein.
A Buffel at Zetten-Andelst
- NS website (in Dutch)
- Arriva website (in Dutch)
- Dutch Public Transport journey planner (in Dutch)