Bonderup Sjælland was a halt in Denmark. The halt was part of the Sjællandske Midtbane, which opened in 1925 and closed in 1936 and had a length of 85 km. The railway ran from Frederikssund to Ringsted.
Land - Rail
What's left today:
The halt has been demolished. The trackbed is still clearly visibile, but overgrown. The bridge carrying the road over the railway survived for a long time, but has been removed and replaced with an embankment.