St Natalia's station is very much Gipswijk's second railway stop and is often ignored by photographer's cameras. Trains, however, do frequently stop here as it is of vital commuter importance and has a close proximity to Gipswijk University Hospital. It is built at 8 brick high level, along with Centraal Station and is currently only reachable by hazardous looking steps. Considering the Hospital traffic this is silly and authorities are looking to provide more suitable means of access for the less abled. Resting beneath the station there is a small car park and a couple of retail units, one of which is currently a bank, complete with cash-point. At one stage the waiting area was covered by a roof, the supports to which are still visible. It was removed after the catastrophic earthquake of Gipswijk Today 034, where it was damaged beyond reasonable repair. Initially the station was created at ground level and had a double track running through it, there is a photo taken in this era, located in the Vossloh G2000 folder.