APELDOORN. 50. Route, 427
which lies to the S. of the railway has been converted since 1650,
by dint of unremitting industry, from a barren waste into fruitful
fields. — 71/)M. Kropswolde; 9 M. Hoogezand-Sappemeer; 11 M.
Sappemeer- Oost. — From (14 M. ) Zuidbroek, with a well-preserved
early-Gothic brick church of the 13th cent., a steam- -tramway runs
to Ter Apel on the Stads-Kanaal (see below) with an old convent of
the 16th cent. (fine rood-screen in the church), — 18 M. Scheemda.
94 M. Winschoten ( Hotel Dommering ; Hotel Wi issemann), a town
of 44,300 inhab., also with a 13th cent. brick church, is connected
bya steam-tramway with Finsterwolde, to the N., and via Oude Pekela
and Nieuwe Pekela with the Stads-Kanaal (see above), to the 8.
About 1!/2 M. from Winschoten, at Heiligerlee, a monument was
erected in 1873 to commemorate the first victory of the Netherlanders under
Louis of Nassau (p. 454), brother of William the Silent, over the Spaniards
in 1568, with which the 80 years’ struggle for liberty began.
29 M. Niewweschans (Hot. Scholten, R. & B. 11/ fi., eee
Ger. Neuschanz, is the last place in Holland (custom-house).
311/, M. Bunde; 35 M. Weener (Prussian custom-house); 40 M.
Ihrhove. Thence via Leer and Oldenburg to (107 M.) Bremen, see
Baedeker’s Northern Germany.
50. From Amsterdam vid Deventer and from Arnhem
vid Zutphen to Salzbergen and Rheine (Germany).
DurcH Rarmway anp STaTE Rar~way. From Amsterdam to MLE
66 M., in ca hrs.; from Deventer to Rheine, 63 M., in 4 1
From Amst id Amersfuort to Zutphen, 66 M., in 43/;- 21/4 hrs
Arnhem to Zutphen, 181/; M., in '/2-11/, hr. (from Amsterdam via
Zutphen, 76 M., express in 2 hrs.). — From Zutphen to si ne
in 21/4-21/2 hrs. — From Rotterdam to Arnhem via Gouda, 7121/2 M., express
in 2-919 1 irs.
From Amsterdam to (281/.M.) Amersfoort, see R. 48. — 38/o M.
Barneveld, the junction of the branch-line from Nykerk to Lunteren
and Ede (P. 444). — We traverse moorlands.
0514/5 _ Apeldoorn (Hotel van der Burg, with café-restaurant,
25 R. ae 2-3 fl. incl. B., D. 2 fl.; H6t. Oranjepark, R. & B. 2, D.
41/5 fl.), a prosperous village with numerous villas and 34,890 in-
habe is picturesquely situated on the Grift and the Dieren Canal,
The produce of its numerous paper-mills is partly exported to the
B. Indies. Among its attractive parks are the Oranje Park and the
Wilhelmina Park. The small royal hunting-lodge of Aardhuis
affords a good view of the Veluwe (p. 423). — A steam-tramway
rans in 10 min. from the railway-station to the N.W. to the royal
chateau of Her Loo (Hét. Het Loo or Keizerskroon; H6t. de Niewwe
Kroon), the favourite residence of William I. and William III.
and now the summer-home of Queen Wilhelmina. The house is
shown only in the absence of the queen, but visitors are admitted
to the beautiful *Park, with the old chatean, daily after 10 a.m. on
application to the gardener.
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