Maarn railway station
|Coordinates||52°03′51″N 5°22′11″E / 52.06417°N 5.36972°ECoordinates: 52°03′51″N 5°22′11″E / 52.06417°N 5.36972°E|
Location within Randstad
Maarn is a railway station in the centre of Maarn and next to the A12, the Netherlands. The station opened on 15 March 1845 and is located on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.
The station was moved 1 km east in 1972, and in 2005 had an approximately 1,590 passengers per day.
The following services currently call at Maarn:
- 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Amsterdam - Utrecht - Rhenen
- 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Breukelen - Utrecht - Veenendaal Centrum
Operated by Connexxion
- 82 - Amersfoort - Leusden - Woudenberg - Maarsbergen - Maarn - Station Maarn - Doorn (2x Per Hour, 1x Per Hour Saturdays)
This service stops 200m east of the station.
- The Station in 1992
- The Station in 1910