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Lianne van de Ven United States Local time: 11:38 Native speaker of: Dutch PRO pts in category: 8
Thanks a million!
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks! It seems to me that that could be the right answer, it would make sense in view of the rest of the text that I had before this one.
Reference information: The note added by Lianne says it all, "doorleggen" means in this context: adding a destination to the timetable of the train. That means a train already at its final destination is given a new timetable contiguous to its original one, and sometimes a new number (or prefix) in order to allow it to travel further down the line.
If the subject is right, of course.
René Knoop Netherlands Specializes in field Native speaker of: Dutch PRO pts in category: 24