Ede-Wageningen railway station
|Coordinates||52°01′40″N 5°40′19″E / 52.02778°N 5.67194°ECoordinates: 52°01′40″N 5°40′19″E / 52.02778°N 5.67194°E|
Location within Dutch railway station
Ede-Wageningen is a railway station located in Ede, Netherlands. It is situated on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway and the Nijkerk–Ede-Wageningen railway. The station is the main Intercity station, but is not in the centre of the town. The station also serves Wageningen, a town 8 km to the south of Ede.
The station opened on 16 May 1845 on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway as the Ede-Rhijnspoor station. The railway was originally planned to run via Wageningen instead of Ede, but this did not go ahead. Until 1937 there was a tram service from Ede to Wageningen, but this was replaced at that time by a bus service. This is when the station changed to Ede-Wageningen.
The following services currently call at Ede-Wageningen:
- 2x per hour intercity services Den Helder - Amsterdam - Utrecht - Nijmegen
- 2x per hour intercity services Schiphol - Utrecht - Nijmegen
- 2x per hour local service (stoptrein) Ede-Wageningen - Arnhem
- 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Amersfoort - Ede-Wageningen