Gouda railway station


The Gouda Station is the largest train station in the Dutch city of Gouda. He is a central hub in urban public transport. At the station, at national regional and long-distance trains.


The first station was opened on 21 May 1855 the railway line Utrecht -Rotterdam. At that time, however, there was only one connection to Utrecht. 1870 was followed by the opening line to The Hague and 1934 Alphen aan den Rijn. The former station building was damaged in 1944 during World War II, so the station was rebuilt in 1948. Its present appearance was the station in 1984. Since 2002, operate on the route to the Alpine town -track-like features.

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