Kerkrade Centrum railway station

Kerkrade Centrum
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 50°51′41″N 6°03′27″E / 50.86139°N 6.05750°E / 50.86139; 6.05750Coordinates: 50°51′41″N 6°03′27″E / 50.86139°N 6.05750°E / 50.86139; 6.05750
Line(s) Heuvellandlijn
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
Veolia Stoptrein 32000Terminus
Kerkrade Centrum
Location within Dutch railway station

Kerkrade Centrum is a railway station located in Kerkrade, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1933 and is the last station on the Heuvellandlijn (Maastricht – Kerkrade). The train services are operated by Veolia.

The station is about 200 m north of the German border.

The station is also served by the steam train ZLSM which operates to Schin op Geul and Simpelveld as well as into Germany. This operates Wednesdays and Sundays from May to September and Thursdays in July and August.[1]

The station closed to passengers in 1934 until 15 May 1949.


The following major destination is possible from Kerkrade Centrum:

Landgraaf, Heerlen, Schin op Geul, Valkenburg and Maastricht.

Train service

The following services currently call at Kerkrade Centrum:

Bus services

Bus Services 28 and 29 stop at the bus stop outside the station (across the car park).


  1. Haydock, David (2008). European Handbook No. 1 Benelux Railways Locomotives & Coaching Stock. Platfotm 5 Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-1-902336-64-0.
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