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Within open fields with a good view this location is divided into two parts, a short distance apart.
Railway type and traffic
A mix of passenger and freight trains.
If Emmerich has been shut then a lot of freight will diverted via here to Germany.
It is a quite place in an open fields, no problems.
Follow the A28 and A1 for the N332 in Holten . Take exit 26 Lochem from the A1
Turn left to A28
Follow the 2 left lanes to exit 2 and take the A28 to continue in the direction of Amersfoort
Follow the 2 right lanes at the junction intersection Hoevelaken follow the signs to A1 direction Apeldoorn track
Take exit 26 Lochem to N332 direction Holten / Lochem
Continue on the N332 . Drive to the Broekweg
Then turn left to N332 (Signs for Holten / Raalte)
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit to Handelsweg
Then turn right to Ondernemersweg
Slight right to the Ondernemersweg to stay
Then turn right to Broekweg
From this you can see the other location wich is near by
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Hulten, Broekweg map co-ordinates
Roadside parking is available on the grass verges, watch out for cyclists!
There is nothing at the location.
Hotels and B&Bs can be found in the towns of Gilze or Tilburg.
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin
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Hulten, Broekweg general view map
Hulten, Broekweg close up map
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General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking west
The morning shot
Fig 2 - Looking west
Fig 3 - Looking west
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