Breda railway station is a railway station in Breda in North Brabant, Netherlands. It is situated on the Breda–Rotterdam railway, the Roosendaal–Breda railway and the Breda–Eindhoven railway.The first station was opened on 1 May 1855 as the eastern terminus of the Roosendaal–Breda railway. When the line was extended to Tilburg, a new station was built on the same site in 1863. The station was initially run solely by a Belgian company, the Société Anonyme des chemins de fer d'Anvers à Rotterdam until the opening of the line to Tilburg from Staatsspoorwegen , which changed after the merger between that company with the HSM in 1938 to Nederlandse Spoorwegen. In the 1970s, the station was rebuilt in combination with being placed on a viaduct. This station was opened on 10 October 1975 and designed by architect Hans Bak. The station was recognisable by its design with a large canopy over the two platforms with four tracks. The regional bus station next to the station had the same canopy type.
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