Dutch railway extension crosses the sea wall

The first passenger service ran to a new station at the port of Eemshaven north of Groningen on March 28 (Photo: ProRail).

NETHERLANDS: The first passenger service ran to a new station at the port of Eemshaven north of Groningen on March 28. The northernmost station in the country will be served by five trains per day in the high season and three in the low season, operated by Arriva as an ...

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