Façades of The Hague #78

The railway line from Amsterdam to Rotterdam via The Hague was built in the mid nineteenth century, east of the city, outside the then built-up area.

Nowadays, of course, there are many residential and industrial areas around and east of the railway.

These urban developments have caused many traffic problems, and here are some pictures of one of the solutions.

This is the tramway tunnel and crossing, just south of Hollands Spoor railway station, under and along the railroad, built in 1995.

The whole complex exists of a tunnel, a viaduct and ramps.

© Villa Next Door 2018

All pictures were taken in March 2017

Bertus Pieters

Façades of The Hague from #72 onwards: https://villanextdoor2.wordpress.com/category/facades-of-the-hague/

Façades of The Hague #1 – 71: https://villanextdoor.wordpress.com/category/facades-of-the-hague/

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