Former Veddum Railway Station

Former Veddum Railway Station


Hadsund, Denmark (DK)
Veddum Station was part of "Aalborg - Hadsund Jernbanen" in Denmark. Veddum was the 23rd station on the line. Veddum Station was 47.6 km from Aalborg's main station (still active).

Aalborg - Hadsund Jernbanen was opened 01-12-1900 and closed 31.03.1969 and its total length was 56.3 km.

The railway went from Aalborg, through the Eastern Himmerland and to Hadsund.

42 km of trackbed has been preserved and still clearly visible. Most of line is now preserved and is now a cycle and walk path. The stations buildings have been restored and are also preserved. Some of the smaller stations (halts) are now demolished. Parts of the trackbed is also used for old veteran trains.
Veddum Station was part of "Aalborg - Hadsund Jernbanen" in Denmark. Veddum was the 23rd station on the line. Veddum Station was 47.6 km from Aalborg's main station (still active).

Aalborg - Hadsund Jernbanen was opened 01-12-1900 and closed 31.03.1969 and its total length was 56.3 km.

The railway went from Aalborg, through the Eastern Himmerland and to Hadsund.

42 km of trackbed has been preserved and still clearly visible. Most of line is now preserved and is now a cycle and walk path. The stations buildings have been restored and are also preserved. Some of the smaller stations (halts) are now demolished. Parts of the trackbed is also used for old veteran trains.
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Links: da.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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