Oosterbeek railway station
|Coordinates||51°59′41″N 5°50′24″E / 51.99472°N 5.84000°ECoordinates: 51°59′41″N 5°50′24″E / 51.99472°N 5.84000°E|
Location within Dutch railway station
Oosterbeek is a railway station located in Oosterbeek, Netherlands. The station opened on 16 May 1845 and is on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway (Rhijnspoorweg). The station was originally called Oosterbeek Hoog, as there was also a station called Oosterbeek Laag, meaning Lower Oosterbeek. This railway station was located on the Arnhem–Nijmegen railway. The station is the least used on the Amsterdam–Arnhem railway, with less than 600 passengers per day.
The following services currently call at Oosterbeek:
- 1x per hour local service (stoptrein) Ede-Wageningen - Arnhem
Bus Service 1 stops outside the station and operates to Arnhem and through to Het Duifje in southern Arnhem. This is a trolleybus service.