Goes station

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The station forecourt with the station building (2007)
The station forecourt with the station building (2007)
Location in the network Intermediate station
Design Through station
Platform tracks 2
abbreviation Gs
IBNR 8400253
opening July 1, 1868
Website URL NS info page
Architectural data
architect Koen van der Gaast
City / municipality Goes
province Zeeland
Country Netherlands
Coordinates 51 ° 29 '54 "  N , 3 ° 53' 25"  E Coordinates: 51 ° 29 '54 "  N , 3 ° 53' 25"  E
Railway lines
List of train stations in the Netherlands
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The Goes railway station is the station of the town Goes in Zeeland . It is located on the Zeeuwse Lijn (Zealand Line), which runs from Vlissingen via Roosendaal to Amsterdam , and is the main train station in the Zuid-Beveland region .

The station was opened in 1868 and modernized in 1982. Under the tracks is a pedestrian tunnel that was extended in 2002 and thus also connects the southern part of the station with the northern part. It has five tracks and a central platform where an Intercity to Amsterdam or Vlissingen stop every half hour in each direction . Various bus lines that connect the train station with the surrounding area stop in the forecourt. There is also a taxi stand and several bicycle stations.

Route connections

In the 2020 annual timetable , the following lines stop at Goes station:

Train type Line course frequency
Intercity Amsterdam Centraal  - Amsterdam Sloterdijk  - Haarlem  - Leiden Centraal  - The Hague HS  - Delft  - Rotterdam Centraal  - Dordrecht  - Roosendaal  - Goes  - Vlissingen every half hour
Intercity Vlissingen  - Goes  - Roosendaal every half hour (only during peak hours)

Web links

Commons : Bahnhof Goes  - Collection of images, videos and audio files