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Written by Andre Pronk - 07 Jan 2015
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Location notes
This is the railway station of Dordrecht, it is on the main line between Rotterdam and Breda.
Railway type and traffic
There are two main operators on this station. The NS and Arriva.
The station has both passenger and freight workings as it is on the main route to the Kijkhoek. Also the international trian to Brussel will pass through here.
Located within the city itself, it is a good and safe place. On this station you can buy coffee and sandwiches and other food.
Road directions
From Rotterdam take the A16 / E19 to the Avenue of the United Nations in Industrial Area West, Dordrecht . Take exit 21-Dordrecht-center from the A16 / E19, Continue on the Avenue of the United Nations. Drive to the Mayor the Raadtsingel in 19th Century Peel.

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Dordrecht Station map co-ordinates
There is car park on the other site of the station, it is not free.
Public transport
You can take the train from Rotterdam or Breda to station at Dordrecht.

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There is a pay-as-you-go toilet, for �0.50. There are several places to buy coffee, tea and food on the station itself. In the neighbourhood there are some restaurants.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Dordrecht Station

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Streetmap links
Dordrecht Station general view map
Dordrecht Station close up map

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Dordrecht Station

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Photographic notes
From platform 2 you can take the best pictures in the early and late afternoon.
In the moring you can go to platform 6. Freight trains can take various routes through the station.

General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east

Fig 1 - Looking east

Fig 2- Looking south

Fig 2- Looking south

Fig 3 - Looking east

Fig 3 - Looking east

A freight passing platform 6

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