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This location is along two pieces of farm land with a wide landscape view in both directions depending on the season.
Railway type and traffic
This line is the connection between Venlo and Mönchengladbach, mainly passenger trains, but the depending on maintenance on the Betuweroute and nearby Emmerich Germany there can be more freight.
Open fields, on a quiet road, on both side two pieces of farm land, you can walk on it but look out if there is an crops growing.
Take the A74 and A61 to the B221 in Nettetal, Germany.Take exit 3-Kaldenkirchen-Süd from the A61.Follow the B221 to Heier Road.
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Heierweg in Breyell map co-ordinates
You can park along the road, but take care about farm traffic, they can be very wide and take up the whole road.
Take the rain from Venlo to Breyel, from the Bahnhof Breyell it is about 15 minutes walk to the location.Click here to set up your location for directions to this location
Nothing at the location.
In Venlo they are a few hotels and B&Bs
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Heierweg in Breyell
Heierweg in Breyell general view map
Heierweg in Breyell close up map
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Heierweg in Breyell
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Being open countryside the light is good all day round.
The crossing closes well before a train arrives which will give you plenty of notice, but no clue on direction.
General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north west
Fig 2 - Looking south east
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