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Dutch maximum cards about railways



For this section I heavily relied on Philaromax, the catalogue of Dutch maximum cards.

This page contains pictures of 368 maximumcards (a long way to scroll down).
Here are the years you can choose to have a look at them:
1920 (1 card)
1932 (1 card)
1939 (5 cards)
1955 (12 cards)
1964 (15 cards)
1968 (14 cards)
1975 (4 cards)
1980 (4 cards)
1981 (2 cards)
1985 (6 cards)
1988 (2 cards)
1989 (85 cards)
1996 (12 cards)
2001 (1 card)
2005 (43 cards)
2006 (13 cards)
2008 (2 cards)
2009 (8 cards)
2010 (10 cards)
2011 (29 cards)
2012 (6 cards)
2013 (3 cards)
2014 (63 cards)
2015 (15 cards)
2016 (4 cards)
2017 (6 cards)
2018 (2 cards)

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Tram in Eendrachtsweg (street) in Rotterdam.



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The Moerdijk Railway Bridge near Rotterdam spans the "Hollandsch Diep" (The estuary of the rivers Maas and Waal). It was built in 1872. After the Second World War it was replaced by a modern steel construction. The other bridge you see on the stamp is the drawbridge of Schipluiden, which is not a railway bridge of course. The stamps in these series are surcharged for the benefit of the Dutch Tourist Organisation (A.N.V.V.).


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The first Dutch steam locomotive ran from Haarlem to Amsterdam on 20th September 1839. Its name was De Snelheid (The Speed). It was one of four locomotives which ran the service for the "Hollandsche IJzeren Spoorweg Maatschappij". The other three were: De Arend (The Eagle), De Leeuw (The Lion), De Hoop (The Hope). They were British made. A replica is now on show at the Utrecht railway museum.



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Another one with the first Dutch steam locomotive which ran from Haarlem to Amsterdam on 20th September 1839. A different cancellation stamp this time.



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The stamp shows a contemporary electric motor unit (EMU). It is the first streamlined EMU of 1936 design. These units were in service until 1968. This was an emission to commemorate 100 years of railways in The Netherlands.


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1955



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The Hague post-office annexe railway station and the railway viaduct were designed by architect Bremer.




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The Amsterdam Exchange was designed by architect Berlage. The tram lines run in front of it.



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1964



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On the occasion of 125 years Dutch railways this stamp of a modern station safety light at Amersfoort railway station was issued.




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Also on the occasion of 125 years Dutch railways: a 1964 electric train, the so-called Dog's Head. These EMU's of the 501 series have eight 34 kW traction engines, fed by 1500 Volts AC overhead contact wires. They drove up to 140 kilometres an hour.




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Both 1964 commemoration stamps on several maximum cards.


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1968



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The Culemborg Railway Bridge in a series of 5 bridges, an emission of summer stamps. The Culemborg bridge was built in 1868 and the main span is 154 metres, the longest span in Europe for many years. After World War II the iron bridge was replaced by a steel one.




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There were tram rails on St. Servaas Bridge in Maastricht from 22 April 1896 till the end of World War I (1918). Tram service ended on 14 August 1914.



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1975



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When the new Amsterdam metro system had to be built, several Amsterdam buildings would have to disappear. This was the cause of several protest demonstrations which ended up in riots. The stamp shows the area where the then new Amsterdam underground railway system was to be built.




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There were tram tracks in the streets near the Jewish synagogue.



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1980



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In the traffic and transport series, rail transport is represented by the UCES type hopper wagon.




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Dr. Abraham Kuyper was prime minister from 1901 till 1905. In 1903 a bill was passed which forbade civil servants and workers in public services, among others railway personnel, to strike at all times. These so-called Strangling Laws were so hated by the workers, that they proclaimed a strike among railway workers.



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1981



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In the Export series, the 45 cents stamp shows us a black-and-white image of a shunting area, surrounded by a ship's propeller and an excavator. The card shows Kijfhoek shunting ground.



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1985



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One of a set of four cards from 1985. This one showing a demolished railway bridge during WW II.

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A lot of Dutch civilians, both men and women, were taken prisoner by the Japanese in the former Dutch Indies - the modern republic of Indonesia - and put to work on the Birma railway line. Thousands were killed during the construction, both of exhaustion and of cruelty from the part of the Japanese. 15 August 1945 is the date that "Indonesia" was liberated.



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1988



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17-05-1988: The stamp is the first of a 1988 series of two: environment and transport. This one is about unleaded petrol and modern means of transport. The postcard shows a Japanese high-speed bullet train.




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17-05-1988: The stamp is the second of a 1988 series of two: environment and transport. This one is about safety on the road. The postcard shows a French SNCF high speed train (TGV).



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1989



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On the occasion of 150 years of Dutch Railways, there was an emission of a series of three stamps. The first of which shows a railway wheel.




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The second shows a line-up of old and new railway equipment: steam engines, diesel engines and electric engines as well as EMU's. .




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The third shows people taking leave, kissing each other under the station clock. Even the famous statue by Rodin is depicted. .



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1996



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The Rotterdam Erasmus Bridge is incorporated because of the railway (tram / streetcar) lines running across it. The rails are part of the city's underground/tram system. Also see the 14-03-2001 issue of priority stamps with the same bridge.
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2001



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The stamp shows Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam. A bridge with tram tracks on it (part of the city's tram-underground system). The same bridge was also to be seen on a 1996 Dutch stamp.
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2005



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Again Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam. A bridge with tram tracks on it (part of the city's tram-underground system). The same bridge was also to be seen on a 1996 Dutch stamp.




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Tram line 4 passes "De Dam", one of Amsterdam main squares.




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The Blue Angel got its name from the famous movie "Der Blaue Engel" from 1929 featuring MarlŤne Dietrich. This train is now to be seen in the Utrecht railway museum. Its official name is DE 41 and it was introduced in 1953. It could contain 73 passengers.




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Steam locomotive 3737 ran services till 1957. One still survives and is operational. It sometimes carries out special rides.




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The Intercity Express train is a German ICE train which can reach speeds up to 330 kilometers per hour on special high speed track, not available in Holland at the moment these stamps were issued.




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The Front Runner (Koploper) is in use since 1977. The train driver is high above the passenger compartment, which makes it possible to couple carriages without obstructing the way through to the next carriage. It was also the first train in which benches were not only placed opposite each other but behind each other as well.



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2006



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A series of 5 stamps for delivery outside Europe shows Dutch cultural heritage. One of them shows a train rushing past. It is a work of art made in 2003 by a young American artist named Sean Snyder. It is called "Boerderijgezichten": farm views. The stamp shows the infrastructure of motorways and railways which provide mobility for the always busy Dutchmen.




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In a sheet of 10 showing Dutch products we encounter one stamp with a railway bridge, the so-called Hef (vertical lift-bridge) near Rotterdam. The official name is King's harbour bridge (Koningshavenbrug). The bridge was designed by P. Joosting and operational since 31 October 1927. Before that time the bridge was a swivel-bridge. The raised bridge is visible in the background on the right. Most of the time this bridge was raised to allow ships to pass. It is no longer in use.



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2008



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One of the two personalised stamps about the coming of the railway to The Netherlands was stuck on these two maximum cards. The two stamps are part of a series of the canon of Dutch history.



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2009



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Roosendaal is an important junction of railway lines and the gateway to the countries south of The Netherlands.



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2010



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St.-Servaas bridge in Maastricht. This bridge carried a streetcar until 1914. The stamp originates from the Maastricht sheet of the "Mooi Nederland" (beautiful Netherlands) series.



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2011



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Dutch postal services went to the stock exchange.




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St.-Servaas bridge in Maastricht in the fifth stamp. This bridge carried a streetcar until 1914.




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Heemschut is a sort of National Trust that protects our cultural heritage. It is a private association though. One of the buildings that was protected from demolition in 1972 is the Amsterdam "Noord-Zuid-Hollands koffiehuis", a cafť in Station Square by architect J.H.W. Leliman, one of the founders of "Heemschut". It was rebuilt in 1980 in front of Amsterdam Central Station, which is in the background. The cafť is in the fourth and ninth stamps in the sheet.



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2012



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The Amsterdam passenger terminal is in the vicinity of Amsterdam Central Station. The railway lines can clearly be seen in these picture postcards with different cancellation stamps.




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Two maximum cards of Madurodam, the miniature city in the Hague, with "De Hef", an inconic railway bridge near Rotterdam, which is no longer in use.




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Another Madurodam scene, this time with another railway bridge near Rotterdam.




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A lot of trains run through the miniature city of Madurodam. This maximum card shows a test train.


2013



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A highlight of Arcadis' achievements is Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA railway station. 60,000 passengers get in and out at this station daily. They enjoy the abundant daylight in the open spaces between the four viaducts. The 29 metres high glass roof seems to float on steel columns. The woodclad roof parts provide this Arcadis designed "Bijlmer cathedral" with a warm atmosphere.




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Arcadis designed the ecoduct (ecological viaduct) at Zanderij Crailoo near Hilversum. The ecoduct measures 800 metres and is one of the longest in its kind. It spans four obstacles, among which a very busy provincial throughroad and a railway line. This bridge connects two natural areas and it restored the ecological connection between them.




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The Peace Palace (Dutch: Vredespaleis) in The Hague is the seat of international law because it houses the International Court of Justice. The Palace officially opened on August 28, 1913, and was built for the Permanent Court of Arbitration, created to end war as stated in a treaty at the 1899 Hague Peace Conference. Andrew Dickson White, whose efforts were instrumental in creating this court wrote to his friend Andrew Carnegie, who eventually provided 1.5 million dollars to build the Peace Palace. In the Great Hall there are several stained glass windows, one of which is called Industria. This window contains the image of a steam locomotive. The window was designed by Herman Rosse (1887 Ė 1965) and manufactured by J.W. Gips.



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2014



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Rail inspection vehicle NS 20, a diesel electric loco called The Camel, from 1954.




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Standard railway station clock.




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Haarlem Station: the first class waitingroom plaque (this plaque was also used for railway letter stamps).




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NS 386, an electric passenger train nicknamed Dog's Head, used from 1962-1996.




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The Rotterdam "Hef" bridge.




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Amsterdam Station Flying Wheel logo, designed by the architect P.J.H. Cuijpers, used from 1889 to 1930. It also shows a railway ticket. From this year onwards railway tickets are no longer in use. The words Tiener Toer refer to a special ticket for teenagers available during the holiday season. It was valid for several days.




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ICM intercity train, used since 1977 and a stop and go railway signal.




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Railway clock from Rotterdam Central station and the new Rotterdam Station building.




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The old and new NS logos. The logo below was used from 1946 to 1968. The "fishhook"logo was designed by Dumbar and Van Raalte and is in use from 1968 onwards.




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The 1939 stamp issued on the occasion of 100 years Dutch railways and an SLT, Sprinter Light Train, used since 2009.



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The personalized stamps on the cards above are issued on the ocasion of the 150th anniversary of HTM (Haagsche Tramweg-Maatschappij)in The Hague.



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2015



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There are two Moerdijk railway bridge beside each other. The one conspicuously in the foreground is the so-called HSL-bridge (HSL hogesnelheidslijn = HST high speed train). The one in the background is the old Moerdijk railway bridge. The three Moerdijkbridges connect the island of Dordrecht in the province of South-Holland with the province of North-Brabant across the Hollandsch Diep waterway. From west to east thre are a road bridge, the two-rail HSL-South bridge, and a two-rail bridge for the line Dordrecht - Lage Zwaluwe. The old railway bridge, which is still in use, was built at the end of the 19th century and was opened in January 1871. In the fifties of the 20th century it was replaced by a newer, wider, version. The conctruction of the HSL-South line made it necessary to build a third Moerdijk bridge. Construction of this "cat's back" was started in 2000 by Benthem Crouwel Architects. The first HST crossed this bridge at 300 kilometres an hour during a test run in 2006.




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This is the so-called Hanzeboog (Hanze Bow). It spans the river IJsseland is part of the line Utrecht - Kampen en Lelystad - Zwolle line which was opened in December 2012. This new bridge is high enough for ships to pass under it, so there are no movable parts in this bridge. It is a kilometre in length and rests on 18 concrete pillars. The design is by Quist Wintermans Architects. The bridge was used for the first time in the direction of Amersfoort-Zwolle during the Easter weekend of 2011 and in the direction of Zwolle-Amersfoort during the Pentecost weekend of the same year.




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Naardermeer was the first area of natural beauty that was bought by the foundation for Natural monuments (Dutch: Natuurmonumenten) in 1906 and thus became the first nature reserve in the Netherlands. Part of a sheet of 10 are two stamps with a railway related subject. In 1874 the Eastern Railway (Oosterspoorweg) between Amsterdam and Amersfoort was realised. This railway line crosses the Naardermeer lake from west to east. In 1987 the Flevolijn came into use. This line runs along the northern border of the area. The connection between Oosterspoorweg and Flevolijn was constructed with dive-unders instead of fly-overs. The train you see here is a so-called Koploper, Plan Z.




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The Hague town hall with visible catenary for the streetcars. This town hall was designed by American architect Richard Meier.




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The New York park High Line (2,3 kms long) is built on the elevated railway of Manhattan which is no longer in use.




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This stamp is about one of the Golden Booklets, a series of popular children's books that have been published for sixty odd years now.



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2016



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Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) was a Dutch photographer and filmmaker. Although feminin beauty is the main theme of the photographs on the stamp sheet, the first stamp of the sheet also shows a tram, probably an Amsterdam tram. Most of the photos on the Ed van der Elsken stamp sheet originate from his book EYE LOVE YOU (1977).




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From a sheet with 10 stamps about Schiphol airport there is one stamp with a railway related subject. On the right you can see the rolling staircase leading down to the platforms of Schiphol Airport Light Railway.



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2017



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King Willem-Alexander in Rotterdam with part of Willemsbrug (William's Bridge) in the background.



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Tram rails in front of the 1951 industrial building at Goudsesingel in Rotterdam.



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2018



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Tram in front of building "De Volharding" (=perseverance) in The Hague.



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A tin plate train set was the ultimate X-mas gift in the fifties of the previous century.



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