Delft Zuid railway station

Delft Zuid
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 51°59′26″N 4°21′56″E / 51.99056°N 4.36556°E / 51.99056; 4.36556Coordinates: 51°59′26″N 4°21′56″E / 51.99056°N 4.36556°E / 51.99056; 4.36556
Operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen
Line(s) Amsterdam–Rotterdam railway
Platforms 2
Other information
Station code Dtz
Opened 1970
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
NS Sprinter 5000
2x/hour; Not on evenings and weekends
toward Breda
NS Sprinter 5100
2x/hour, but only 1x/hour at evenings and weekends; Combined half-hourly service on evenings and weekends with Sprinter 15100 on section Den Haag Centraal-Lage Zwaluwe
toward Roosendaal
NS Sprinter 15100
1x/hour; Evenings and weekends only. Combined half-hourly service with Sprinter 5100 on section Den Haag Centraal-Lage Zwaluwe
toward Breda

Delft Zuid railway station is a railway station in Delft, Netherlands, located on the railway line between The Hague and Rotterdam. The railway station was opened on May 31, 1970. The station building was demolished in June 2006.

The station area is dominated by the overpassing viaduct, which carries the Kruithuisweg, a provincial Highway, over the railroad. The viaduct is also used by pedestrians and travellers to reach the platforms at the other side.

Train services

The following services call at Delft Zuid:[1]


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