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  Train routes in the Netherlands information - Search.com
Train routes in the Netherlands are identified by numbers.
The routes are listed here using the official abbreviations for the station names and in the order corresponding to direction "a" in the official timetable.
Below are the train routes in the Netherlands with starting number of the train number series, not to be confused with the numbers of locomotives, rail cars or train-sets, or with the table numbers of routes in the paper timetable, given in the previous section.
www.search.com /reference/Train_routes_in_the_Netherlands   (2009 words)

  
  Train routes in the Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Train routes in the Netherlands are identified by numbers.
The routes are listed here using abbreviations for the station names and in the order corresponding to direction "a" in the official timetable.
Below are the train routes in the Netherlands with starting number of the train number series, not to be confused with the numbers of locomotives, rail cars or train-sets, or with the table numbers of routes in the paper timetable, given in the previous section.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/train_routes_in_the_netherlands   (1291 words)

  
 Nederlandse Spoorwegen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Their coverage throughout the country is excellent with almost all cities connected, and a train service of two trains an hour or more in the biggest part of the country (at least 4 trains per hour between all of the largest 4 cities; Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Den Haag and Utrecht).
Train routes in the Netherlands shows all the routes of the Dutch Railways and the NS and the private companies.
Trains usually run between 6 and midnight, although there is also a night line which connects the Randstad all night long.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nederlandse_Spoorwegen   (982 words)

  
 Transportation in the Netherlands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trains are frequent, with two trains per hour on most lines in the country, up to 8 or 10 trains an hour between the big cities.
Trains are divided into stoptreinen (stop trains, stopping at all stations), sneltreinen (fast trains, stopping in bigger towns) and intercities, providing fast connections between the bigger cities.
Schiphol, the Amsterdam airport, is the main airport in the Netherlands, and the fourth largest in Europe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Transportation_in_the_Netherlands   (2038 words)

  
 Train - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In rail transport, a train consists of a single or several connected rail vehicles that are capable of being moved together along a guideway to transport freight or passengers from one place to another along a planned route.
In the United Kingdom, a train hauled by two locomotives is said to be "double-headed", and in Canada and the United States it is quite common for a long freight train to be headed by three, four, or even five locomotives.
Long-distance trains, sometimes crossing several countries, may have a dining or restaurant car; they may also have sleeping cars, but not in the case of high-speed rail, these arrive at their destination before the night falls and are in competition with airplanes in speed.
www.vacilando.org /_cliextra/baghdadmuseumorg/includepage.php?title=Train&action=edit   (1776 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Trains in the Netherlands
Some trains however have a carriage with a driver cabin at one end, and a locomotive at the other.
The Benelux train running between Amsterdam Centraal and Brussels-South consists of an electric locomotive and six carriages similar to the ICR, except that the last one has a driver's cabin, for controlling the locomotive when it pushes the train (it is a push-pull train).
High-speed shuttle trains will be bought for domestic high speed connections once the high-speed line between Amsterdam and Belgium is finished in 2007.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Trains_in_the_Netherlands   (751 words)

  
 InternationalReports.net : The Netherlands
Last year, The Netherlands invested $152 billion in the United States, Hanse said, amounting to 12 percent of the total foreign direct investment in the U.S. The largest investment sectors for Dutch companies in America, he said, are financial, insurance and chemical concerns, reflecting a large number of acquisitions.
The Netherlands is America's 9th largest trading partner, exporting some $8.5 billion and importing about $22 billion, Hanse said, with machinery and transport equipment, chemicals and agriculture leading the trade routes.
The Netherlands still is one of the best places in the world to conduct business, he said, "due to our political stability, foreign investment policies, liberal foreign trade and exchange regimes, and financial resources," he said.
www.internationalreports.net /europe/netherlands/2002/dutchus.html   (423 words)

  
 Train routes in the Netherlands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The routes are listed here using the official abbreviations for the station names and in the order corresponding to direction "a" in the official timetable.
There are a couple of new train projects in the Netherlands being either established or investigated.
Randstad Rail is reconstructing the Hofpleinlijn between Rotterdam and The Hague, merging it with the Rotterdam metro.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Train_routes_in_the_Netherlands   (1756 words)

  
 Netherlands - Wikitravel
The Netherlands (also popularly called Holland in English, in Dutch Nederland) is a Benelux country in Western Europe, facing onto the North Sea and the United Kingdom and bordered on land by Germany and Belgium.
Quite a few travellers visit the Netherlands to enjoy its famously tolerant attitude: prostitution is legalized and licensed and the sale, possession and consumption of small quantities of cannabis or magic mushrooms, while technically still illegal, is officially tolerated by the authorities under a policy of gedogen (tolerance).
The borders between the Netherlands and their neighbor-countries are open due to the Schengen-treaty.
wikitravel.org /en/Netherlands   (3920 words)

  
 The Man in Seat Sixty-One...
Or perhaps you just prefer real travel by train or ship, where the journey is part of the adventure...
Train times and fares for train travel in the UK: UK page
How to travel by train or ship from the UK to and within countries worldwide: Use the menu to the left, the site map or search the site.
www.seat61.com   (270 words)

  
 Bicycling in Belgium and the Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Netherlands were competing for the European Soccer Cup, and many streets and house were decorated with the team's orange colors.The people we stayed with rode bicycles and they showed us warm hospitality.
Netherland's bike lanes and paths are full of ordinary people in their usual clothes (no special cycling clothes and helmets) riding ordinary bicycles (three-speed, coaster brakes, with chain covers instead of chainrings.) We were astonished at the number and diversity of people we saw on bicycles.
The route system is set up with a numbered points (knooppunts) at every route junction, with signposts showing a map and directions to nearby points.
ohbike.org /trips/belgium   (1176 words)

  
 International Travel News: New in the Netherlands - train travel - All Aboard! - Column   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Quarter-hourly trains along the main line whiz you north to Amsterdam's Central station in 14 minutes or, half-hourly, south to Leiden and The Hague's HS station in a half hour.
On the main line leading south of Rotterdam CS train station, you pass the new Rotterdam Blaak station on the shore of the Rhine River.
This new train is bulged in the middle to seat five across in second class (four in first).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3648/is_n12_v18/ai_14745506   (1119 words)

  
 How to travel by train from London to Amsterdam | From £25 one-way
Fares sold at the Netherlands end are slightly different from those sold at the UK end - the cheapest fare is 35 euros one-way from any Netherlands station to London or Cambridge, only available if you book online www.golondon.nl.
There are also less regular 'Thalys' trains, not shown here, which are more comfortable, marginally faster, but slightly more expensive and which require a seat reservation - you can check train times for the Eurostar+Thalys option at www.eurostar.com.
The Thalys trains are more comfortable and a bit faster, although slightly more expensive, and your reservation will be specific to one connection train so you can't stop off in Brussels if that's important to you.
www.seat61.com /Netherlands.htm   (2567 words)

  
 How to travel by train in Egypt:  Alexandria, Cairo, Luxor, Aswan
The best source for train, bus and ferry times and route maps for Egypt and all other countries in Africa, Asia, America and Australasia is the excellent Thomas Cook Overseas Timetable - it's probably the most adventurous timetable ever produced.
The deluxe overnight sleeper train from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan often has places available if you book a day or two in advance, but at peak tourist times it can get fully-booked by tour groups, so pre-booking from outside Egypt is recommended if you cannot afford to take a chance.
If you want to travel on a slow ordinary train, one way to get round the restrictions is to board the train without a ticket and pay the conductor when he comes round.
www.seat61.com /Egypt.htm   (1365 words)

  
 Eindhoven
Eindhoven (population 208,100 in 2004) is a city and municipality located in the province of Noord-Brabant in the south of the Netherlands, originally at the confluence of the Dommel and Gender brooks.
The numbers in parentheses are the number series, see Train routes in the Netherlands; the links refer to departure schedules.
Up until World War Two, a train service connected Amsterdam to Liege via Eindhoven and Valkenswaard, but the service was discontinued and the line broken up.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/e/ei/eindhoven.html   (806 words)

  
 Amsterdam Connect Travel|Travel guide for Amsterdam, The Netherlands, using Train, Bus, Metro, Bicycle, Car
Amsterdam's main train station is Centraal, which has regular and efficient connections throughout the country and to all neighbouring countries.
Day and week passes and strippencards are valid on all trams, buses and metros, and also on trains within the city boundaries (thus not to Schiphol airport: then you have to buy a train ticket).
There is a free map of all tram and bus routes in Amsterdam available from tourist offices or the GVB office in front of Central Station.
www.amsterdamconnect.com /Travel   (774 words)

  
 Hitchhiking (ad-hoc-carpooling) in the Netherlands by Frank Nature
In the Netherlands the density of roads and villages makes it a bit tricky to choose a good initiail point for departure to the destination you wish for by hitchhiking.
From the trains walk over the rails through the "passerelle", after south (Meerssenerweg), first bigger road east (Scharnerweg), cross N2 directly south again (Oranjeplein) the road parallel to N2 and spot the place (first traffic lights, remember!).
From the trains walk over the rails through the "passerelle", after south (Meerssenerweg), cross the first bigger road (Scharnerweg) and keep walking on the road parallel to (and east of) the railway.
www.franknature.nl /hitchhike/hitchhike.htm   (6470 words)

  
 International Travel News: The Discerning Traveler - travel to Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
We were in the Netherlands, where the fiets (bike) is the universal mode of transportation.
The train is of great help in taking you to the start of your tour and, of course, in returning from a different depot.
If you use the train a fair amount, it is worthwhile to purchase the yearly VK Voordeeluren kaart (preferential hours card) for fl.99 ($42).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3648/is_10_24/ai_57889095   (1446 words)

  
 Rick Steves' 2006 Guide to Eurail Passes: Using Your Railpass
Before boarding the train (or bus or boat covered 100% by your pass), fill in that day’s date in ink in one of the blank boxes on your pass.
Some train schedules will say, in the fine print, “Munich-bound cars in the front, Vienna-bound cars in the rear.” Knowing which cars you’re eligible for can be especially handy if you’ll be competing with a mob for a seat.
Train stations are also major bus stops, so connections from train to bus are generally no more difficult than crossing the street.
www.ricksteves.com /rail/usepass.htm   (3051 words)

  
 Cycling in the Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Netherlands are often considered as a cyclist's paradise: easy cycling terrain, many special cycle paths separate from the main traffic and many special facilities.
International arrival in the Netherlands involving any formality will then either take place at Schiphol Airport or at the docking port of one of the ferries arriving from England.
Route suggestions: Several route suggestions including references to signposted circular and long-distance routes can be found on the site of the ANWB (the Dutch tourist and motorist assocation).
www.hsa.lr.tudelft.nl /~bvo/fiets/nlbybike.htm   (4822 words)

  
 BUG - Backpackers Guide to train travel in the Netherlands
The Dutch train network, operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS), has frequent services throughout the country.
Because of the Netherlands' compact size, the longest journey is less than three hours and the big cities of the Randstad region are conveniently located within commuting distance making places like The Hague and Rotterdam a day trip from Amsterdam.
The Benelux Tourrail is a similar ticket that covers Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.
www.bugeurope.com /transport/trainnl.html   (202 words)

  
 Geoffrey's Trip to the Netherlands
The intercity trains that stop only at the major cities, the sneltrains that stop only at certain other cities, and the stoptrains that stop at every stop.
It is the intention of the Netherlanders that 10% of their electricity come from wind power by the year 2010.
In addition to the ringing bells is the 50 bell carillon that is operated by the Utrecht Bellringers Guild.
geoffreygoldberg.com /Netherlands/Netherlands.htm   (1007 words)

  
 The Internet Guide to Amsterdam
Taxis are normally not hailed in the Netherlands, but taken from a taxi rank, of which there are many (there is an environmental advantage to this: taxis aren't constantly driving round looking for custom).
Trains in the Netherlands are fast, frequent, comfortable, punctual and cheap; well, they were until they got privatised, when their punctuality started to suffer.
There are trains day and night, seven times an hour through the day, hourly in the dead of night, and which take about 15-20 minutes.
homepages.cwi.nl /~steven/amsterdam.html   (7000 words)

  
 Slovenia to the Netherlands or Munchen
Train or bus to Graz, Klagenfurt or Brno nad Ryanair to London then Ryanair
Trains are damn expensive unless there's no other way to go.
Lubiana is far from being well connected by train or by plane to other
www.thetravelforum.com /t163707.html   (1389 words)

  
 Europe Travel - Europe Rail and Train Travel, Rail Pass, Eurail Selectpass and European Rail Tickets and packages
Europe’s newest trains are also the world’s fastest, as exemplified by the sleek Eurostar that runs through the 31-mile long Channel Tunnel and cruises at 185 miles an hour on the open straightaways.
The Eurostar is just one of the high-speed trains recognized for their outstanding services as well as their dash.
Standard trains are excellent as well, particularly the network of 90-plus EuroCity express trains, with dining cars and sleepers that link major cities.
www.europeetravel.com /train   (870 words)

  
 Touring in the Netherlands
If you get there before the train has left this place will either be occupied, or to small to fit your bike.
These routes for cyclist avoid many of the challenges, involve nice bits of scenery and quiet roads suitable for cycling, and go to places you actually might want to go to.
Getting lost in the Netherlands is probably possible, but before long you'll run into one of the 16 million Dutchman who are eager to show of their english.
www.m-gineering.nl /touringg.htm   (1982 words)

  
 used table train
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