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This location is near by Amersoort / Barneveld and is a open field with views in both directions.
Railway type and traffic
Passenger trains from two operators NS and Connexion.
International trains to and from Berlin. And some freight.
Open Fields, with a few farms,opposite the A1 motorway.
Look out the private road signs, you can be fined for using these.
From the city center of Amersfoort:Take Westsingel and Zuidsingel to Stadsring.Continue on the City Ring . Take the Hogeweg and Hessenweg to Emelaarsewe.Turn left at the Emelaarseweg.Take Stoutenburgerweg to Vinselaarseweg in Terschuur.Follow Vinselaarseweg to Finch Laar Vinkelaar4
From Apeldoorn, Netherlands:Go A1 on in Hoenderloo, Apeldoorn from the Europaweg.Follow A1 to the N301 . Take the exit 15-Barneveld from the A1.Take Highway, Hoevelakenseweg and Stoutenburgerweg to the Tick Laar in Terschuur Vinkelaar 4.
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Ter Schuur map co-ordinates
Along the road, but keep enough space for farmer and lorries to pass
Nothing at the location.
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin
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Ter Schuur general view map
Ter Schuur close up map
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In the morning the best view is of trains coming from Amersfoort.
In the afternoon trains coming from Apeldoorn.
The A1 road is just behind trees at this location and may intrude on audio tracks.
General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east
Fig 2 - Looking west
Fig 3 - Looking east
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