Michiel 2005's photos with the Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Leiden Centraal Station

Leiden Centraal Station
Added on December  8, 2012

Verboden toegang

Verboden toegang
No admittance
Added on August 12, 2011

Fyra

Fyra
After an experiment with Italian trains, the Dutch railways went back to these Canadian-German trains.
Added on February 18, 2013

Remnant of the old station

Remnant of the old station
Rotterdam Central Station
Added on February 18, 2013

Fyra

Fyra
After an experiment with Italian trains, the Dutch railways went back to these Canadian-German trains.
Added on February 18, 2013

Leiden Centraal Station

Leiden Centraal Station
Added on December  8, 2012

Old & New

Old & New
Added on September 14, 2012

Do not get in

Do not get in
Sprinter 2111
Added on September  8, 2012

Leiden Central Station

Leiden Central Station
Added on November  7, 2010

Leiden Central Station

Leiden Central Station
Added on November  7, 2010

Don't get in

Don't get in
This new train will embellish/darken the Dutch railway lines. In an act of extreme self knowledge, the train itself tells us not to get in.
Added on August  7, 2010

Don't get in

Don't get in
This new train will embellish/darken the Dutch railway lines. In an act of extreme self knowledge, the train itself tells us not to get in.
Added on August  7, 2010

The train from Brussels

The train from Brussels
Bringing new bureaucrats and rules to the Netherlands. Luckily it passes Leiden at high speed.
Added on August  7, 2010

EMU 4051 passing through Haarlem Station

EMU 4051 passing through Haarlem Station
Added on June  9, 2009

EMU 4444 of the Dutch National Railways at Utrecht Central Station

EMU 4444 of the Dutch National Railways at Utrecht Central Station
Added on November  7, 2008

Train arriving in the rain

Train arriving in the rain
Added on September  5, 2008

What you see when you sit on a bench at a Dutch railway station, waiting for your train

What you see when you sit on a bench at a Dutch railway station, waiting for your train
Ribbed paving stones for the blind, white paving stones to indicate the edge of the platform.
Added on May  7, 2008

German carriages in Dutch service

German carriages in Dutch service
Predicting passenger numbers is often difficult for train companies and when the predictions are to low, a shortage of material will ensue. Building trains or carriages is time-consuming and is capital intensive, so the Dutch railways (NL) bought carriage…
Added on January  4, 2008