Veluwse Stoomtrein Maatschappij (VSM) is a Dutch heritage railway between Apeldoorn and Dieren. It passes through the following villages: Lieren / Beekbergen, Loenen, Eerbeek.Rides on steam trains are popular with tourists visiting the region, and that is why VSM operates mainly during the summer vacation. VSM. founded in 1975, is operated by volunteers.
As of 2010, VSM has 19 steam locomotives and 22 diesel engines. Also over 20 passenger coaches and several goods wagons. The rolling stock is usually stationed at the VSM’s depot at Beekbergen.Most of the steam engines originate from Germany, from the Deutsche Bundesbahn and the Deutsche Reichsbahn. There are also 2 locomotives from Poland, and one from Austria. VSM displays engines of classes 23, 44, 50, 52.80, 64, 80 and the Polish TKp. Most of these were built in the 1940 or 1950s. The oldest locomotive owned by the VSM is number 80 036 (DRG Class 80) from 1929, and which has been at the VSM since 1976.