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Lianne van de Ven United States Local time: 03:39 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 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Dutch PRO pts in category: 24