Utrecht–Kampen railway

The Utrecht–Kampen railway (also known as Centraalspoorweg) is an important railway line in the Netherlands running from Utrecht to Kampen, passing through Bilthoven, Amersfoort, Nijkerk, Ermelo, Harderwijk, Nunspeet, Wezep and Zwolle. The line was opened between 1863 and 1865 by the Nederlandsche Centraal-Spoorweg-Maatschappij. Its northern part (ZwolleKampen) is known as the Kamperlijntje, currently operated by Keolis Nederland.

Utrecht–Kampen railway
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Map of the Utrecht–Kampen railway, the most
northern part of the line being the Kamperlijntje
Overview
StatusOperational
LocaleNetherlands
TerminiUtrecht Centraal railway station
Kampen railway station
Operation
OpenedUtrecht – Hattemmerbroek: 20 August 1863
Hattemmerbroek – Zwolle: 6 June 1864
Zwolle – Kampen: 10 May 1865
Operator(s)Nederlandse Spoorwegen, Keolis Nederland
Technical
Line length101 km (63 mi)
Number of tracksUtrecht–Zwolle double track,
Zwolle–Kampen single track
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification1.5 kV DC
Route map

StationsEdit

The main interchange stations on the Utrecht–Kampen railway are:

GalleryEdit