This map contains the complete Dutch rail network, including railway lines from the past and planned and projected ones from the future.
It displays lines wether they are electrified (dark blue), unelectrified (light blue), high speed (purple), planned (dashed), projected (dashed orange), no longer in use by train passenger services (dark grey) or no longer in use or removed (light grey).
International connections are also displayed with lines being full (still active) or dashed (gone). As well as all the stations from the past and present (and a few planned ones).
It was a monumentous task and raised plenty of discussions. Some stations have moved over the years, for instance, however if the name remained the same as well as the line the stations is on, they won't appear twice (that wouldn't make much sense on a schematic map, unless they were physically on a different line, of which there are a handful of examples).
All in all I want to thank everyone who contributed via Twitter for contributing to the map by fact checking and raising questions and spotting errors. I could not have done this without you!
Please note: Right after release it was brought to my attention that the map contains an error in where it placed the station of Woerden and former station of Harmelen. Most mistakes are fine but this one feels dumb considering how central it is on the map. It is visible in the bottom of picture 2. Mistakes are always a possibility with maps this size and complex and simply part of the map, now. I may design a correctional sticker but that's another investment. Anyway, if you bought the map and want to cancel or return your order you can do so. Please contact me with your details for that and of course you'll receive a refund. A second print run won't be coming soon, though!
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