Hengelo Railway Station, The Netherlands. Free Entry, Open Daily.
There is a lift to all floors of the station to allow disability access to the platforms and there is an accessible toilet for use for a charge. Assistance with travel is available from station staff. There is a paid car park at the station with a few disability spaces.
Hengelo is a railway station in Hengelo, the Netherlands. The station was originally opened on 18 October 1865 and underwent a major renovation in 2010. It is on the Almelo–Salzbergen and the Zutphen–Glanerbeek railway.
Stationsplein 319, 7551 CN Hengelo, Netherlands
Contact form on website: https://www.ns.nl/en/forms/contact.html
+31 30 751 51 55
Hengelo railway station is on Stationsplein. From the A1 take Oldenzaalsestraat, then Oude Molenweg, then Wolter ten Catestraat and Prins Bernhardplantsoen leads to Stationsplein.
Latitude: 52.262161, Longitude: 6.7937142
Bus services operate in and around this area. Further information can be found here: http://www.holland.com/global/tourism/transport/getting-around-in-holland/public-transport-in-holland/taking-the-bus-tram-or-metro.htm
There are refreshments available on site and further amenities can be found outside of the station.