Station and style – The Netherlands – Nieuweschans

Station and style - The Netherlands - Nieuweschans

Despite the name of the city changed into Bad Nieuweschans the size of the building does not reflect the size of town on the boarder with Germany. The latter is the course, passing boarders in the past always cost a good deal of trouble although this station was not situated on an international main line. The building closed and demolished in 1973 only the former steam depot (roundhouse) is still there and rent out for other purposes. Card published by Joh. G. Verver – Nieuweschans.

Posted by railasia on 2015-05-05 06:38:11

Tagged: , Holland , Groningen , Nieuweschans , NS , station building , station square , architecture , postcard , thirties

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