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This location is line side just along a path a few minutes walk from the road.
The nearest city is Dordrecht.
Railway type and traffic
Both passenger trains and freight.
Freight runs on weekdays but the best day is Wednesday.
This is an open field where you walk along the field edge.
There are usually crops growing so keep to the side of the field and take any litter with you.
From Dordrecht:Follow the ring road / N3 and A16 to the Main Street in Zevenbergschen Hoek.Take exit 18 Zevenbergschen-corner from the A16.Drive to the Achterdijk.
From Breda:Go on the A16 towards Utrecht / Dordrecht / Rotterdam.Take exit 18 Zevenbergschen-angle direction Zevenbergschen-Angle / Lage Zwaluwe.At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Main Street.Go straight over one roundabout.Turn left at the Achterdijk.
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Achterdijk Dordrecht map co-ordinates
You can park you car on the road.
There is no public transport to this location. However you could go on the bike from Dordrecht Station, but that is a long
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Nothing in the immediate area.
You would have to go to Dordrecht to find B&Bs or Hotels.
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Achterdijk Dordrecht general view map
Achterdijk Dordrecht close up map
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Suited to the mornings and early afternoon. Steps, or a pole, are a benefit at the location but not essential.
General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south
Fig 2 - Looking north
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