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The section of the railway line that was located in the former municipality of Wilnis is named after the pilot of the Vickers Wellington. On April 29, 2019, the Canadian ambassador to the Netherlands, Sabine Nölke, and Mayor Maarten Divendal unveiled the nameplate and the (temporary) information board of the Robert Moultonpad. In August 2019, two definitive information signs were placed on the path: 1) near the former Wilnis railway station and 2) on the other side of the N212 towards Vinkeveen near the Station 2006 bridge (north side parking lot of the cemetery).
The path runs from the Veenweg (Wilnis) to Voorbancken (Vinkeveen) and is approx. 2 km long. The Canadian pilot was killed in 1943 when he was shot down over Wilnis with his Vickers Wellington bomber.
The path is located halfway between the Memorial in Wilnis village and the Gedenkzuil (number 4) at the roundabout Mijdrechtse Dwarsweg / Ir. Enschedeweg (N212).