Heerenveen IJsstadion railway station

Heerenveen IJsstadion (English: Heerenveen Ice Stadium) is a small railway station located in Heerenveen, Netherlands. The station, located about 3.5 kilometer from Heerenveen railway station, is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen but is currently only serviced in the event of sporting events at Thialf, the ice arena in Heerenveen.

Heerenveen IJsstadion
Station Heerenveen IJsstadion 02.JPG
General information
Coordinates52°56′7.15″N 5°56′38.55″E / 52.9353194°N 5.9440417°E / 52.9353194; 5.9440417Coordinates: 52°56′7.15″N 5°56′38.55″E / 52.9353194°N 5.9440417°E / 52.9353194; 5.9440417
Line(s)Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway
Opened1 June 1975
Closed22 May 1977 (regular service)
Heerenveen IJsstadion is located in Netherlands
Heerenveen IJsstadion
Heerenveen IJsstadion
Location within Netherlands

The station, which has two platforms, was first opened on 1 June 1975 and provided regular service until 22 May 1977.[1]

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  1. ^ "Openings- en sluitingsdata van stations tussen 1970 en 1980 (Dutch)".

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