Enschede Noord -
Enschede Zuid -
Leeuwarden -
Hellendoorn -
Goor - Neede -
Zoutkamp -
Maastricht -
Winterswijk -
Winterswijk -
Bocholt - Borken
Quakenbrück -
BW Rheine
Rheine -
Burgsteinfurt -
Hochneukirch -
Jülich -
Franeker - Arum
Einde Dokkumer
BW Oebisfelde
Oebisfelde -
Salzwedel -
Badel -
Grootse Plannen
In the woods above Stetternich the railroad bends away to the west. From the road this is hardly visible but the cut in the ground is very clear inside the wood.

Large heaps of gravel, and a warning gate where a foot path once crossed the railroad. Both have been abandoned.

Heading west it crosses the road here near another suspicious house

Kilometer 33.5

Crossties on the old railroad, which is in use as a horseriding training track.

A bit further the line is in use as a small footpath running to Jülich.
In Jülich a bicycle path runs parallel to the overgrown railway as this bends to the south.

Do not be fooled as I was by the new strip of tarmac, the embankment to the right is where the railroad ran. It was dug away to build this road.

When it is almost parallel to the still active railroad to Linnich it crosses this railroad bridge.

The overgrown bridge as seen from on top

The not so very impressive Jülich station nowadays

The Jülich station building is not used for the railway anymore.
Passengers could once travel in 5 different directions from this station and in a further 6th direction from a private railwaystation a few 100 metres away. This called for a large station building. It was build in 1952 after the former station was destroyed in the war.

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