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Eijsden railway station is the now disused railway station of
Eijsden, Limburg, the Netherlands. The station, which was the
southernmost railway station in the Netherlands, opened on November
24, 1861 and closed on December 10, 2006. The railway station was
located on the railway line between Li ge-Guillemins and
Maastricht. In the final years of its existence, only trains of the
National Railway Company of Belgium between the two stations halted
in Eijsden; Nederlandse Spoorwegen trains no longer used the
station. When the National Railway Company of Belgium extended the
InterCity line between Brussels-South and Li ge-Guillemins to
Maastricht, the regular local service between Li ge-Guillemins and
Maastricht was halted.
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