Rhoon metro station

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Rotterdam Metro station
Metrostation Rhoon.jpg
Coordinates 51°51′33″N 4°25′9″E / 51.85917°N 4.41917°E / 51.85917; 4.41917Coordinates: 51°51′33″N 4°25′9″E / 51.85917°N 4.41917°E / 51.85917; 4.41917
Owned by RET
Platforms Side platforms
Tracks 2
Opened 1974
Preceding station   Rotterdam Metro   Following station
toward De Akkers
Line D

Rhoon is an above-ground subway station of Rotterdam Metro line D. The station is located just North of the centre of Rhoon, a village in the municipality Albrandswaard to the southwest of Rotterdam.

The station was opened on 25 October 1974. On that date, the North-South Line was extended from its former terminus, Slinge, towards Zalmplaat station. As a less busy station it is only equipped with one escalator, located at the platform with the most upward motions, which as this is an station which is accessed via overpass, is the platform towards De Akkers on the North side. This side also has a secondary exit roughly at ground level.

Right outside the station, passengers can get on RET-operated bus line 62.

The entrance to the station.

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