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Written by Andre Pronk - 03 Sep 2015
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Location notes
Close to the town of D�lken but just a few short distance from the motorway.
Railway type and traffic
There is an hourly passenger working and occasional freight.
However, when the Emmerich border crossing with the Netherlands is closed, most cargo and ICE traffic will be diverted trough D�lken.
A country road a short distance from the town D�lken.
Road directions
  • Take the A61 in Nettetal, Deutschland from the Mayor Rijnsingel / N271, Kaldenkerkerweg and Cologne Barriere
  • Follow the A61 to the D�lkener Str. In Viersen.
  • Take exit 7-Viersen from the A61
  • Drive to the Viersener Str.

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    Dulken map co-ordinates
  • Parking
    You can park on the roadside, but remember to keep the road clear for traffic.
    Public transport
    You can reach this location from D�lken rail station, is is about a 20 minute walk.

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    Nothing at the location, but you can drive to the town.
    In D�lken has a number of 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
    Dulken general view map
    Dulken close up map

    Windows Local Live Link - image quality may vary

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    Photographic notes
    Best suited to morning traffic form Venlo, in the afternoon the other way round.
    The location is best suited the summer, because the grass or crops can grow to be high. Steps or a pole may be useful during these months.

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

Fig 1 - Looking west

    Fig 2 - Looking east

Fig 2 - Looking east

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