Nijmegen is the main railway station of Nijmegen, Netherlands. It was opened on 9 August 1865 and is located on the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway, Nijmegen–Venlo railway and the Arnhem–Nijmegen railway. It was extensively rebuilt after the war since the original station was severely damaged by a US bombing raid in February 1944 and during Operation Market Garden in September 1944. Until 1991 there was a line into Germany from here to Kleve.
- Express services:
- Intercity: Den Helder - Alkmaar - Amsterdam - Utrecht - Arnhem - Nijmegen
- Intercity: Schiphol Airport - Utrecht - Arnhem - Nijmegen
- Intercity: Zwolle - Deventer - Arnhem - Nijmegen - 's-Hertogenbosch - Breda - Roosendaal
- Local services:
- Sprinter: Arnhem - Nijmegen - 's-Hertogenbosch
- Sprinter: Zutphen - Arnhem - Nijmegen (- Wijchen)
- Stoptrein: Nijmegen - Venlo - Roermond
- Stoptrein: Nijmegen - Venray
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There is also an express bus service SB 58, operated by the German company NIAG to the German towns of Kranenburg, Kleve and Emmerich. The bus can be used with both Dutch OV-chipkaarts and German Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Ruhr tickets on the whole length of the route.