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Written by Andre Pronk - 30 Aug 2015
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Location notes
Open fields near the little town of Horst.
This is the main line to Venlo.
Railway type and traffic
Main line, with freight an passenger trains.
This is a main diversionary route for freight to Germany when the main route to Germany is closed due maintenance.
This is on a gravel road in open fields, next to farmer's land.
Road directions
  • A2 / E25 direction's-Hertogenbosch to follow
  • Follow the 2 right lanes to merge onto A15 direction Nijmegen / Tiel
  • Continue onto A73 (Signs for Nijmegen / Venlo)
  • Follow the 2 right lanes at the junction Node Neerbosch to the signs E31 / A73 direction Dukenburg Nijmegen / Venlo / K�ln to follow
  • Continue onto A73 / E31
  • Take exit 11-Horst direction Horst / Sevenum / Melderslo
  • Continue on the N556 . Drive to the Ulfterhoek in Sevenum
  • Continue on the N556 . Drive to the Ulfterhoek in Sevenum
  • Lettuce turn right to Meldersloseweg / N556
  • At the roundabout take the 2nd exit to Stationsstraat / N556
  • At the roundabout take the 2nd exit and continue on Stationsstraat / N556
  • Go straight over one roundabout
  • Lettuce left to St. Jorisw
  • Lettuce turn right to Niesweg
  • Lettuce turn right to Ulfterhoek
  • The location will be on the left

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    Horst-Sevenum map co-ordinates
  • Parking
    Parking can be found near the train station, it is a 10 minutes walk.
    Parking on the road itself can be done but you will need to park carefully to allow other cars to pass. But beware passing vehicles can throw up stones.
    Public transport
    You can reach the location by train to Horst-Sevenum station.

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    Nothing in the immediate area.
    Within the town there a 1 or 2 hotels, best is to go to Venlo, there are more hotels and B&Bs.
    Sun Compass
    Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
    It might be necessary to adjust the time to suit your visit, this link should open with the current day.

    Googly map
    Streetmap links
    Horst-Sevenum general view map
    Horst-Sevenum close up map

    Windows Local Live Link - image quality may vary

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    Photographic notes
    Suited to southbound traffic in the morning, and northbound in the afternoon.
    Passing cars will create a lot of dust, so beware of that.

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

Fig 1 - Looking north west

    Fig 2 - Looking south east

Fig 2 - Looking south east

    Fig 3 - Looking north west

Fig 3 - Looking north west

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