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Sebnitz Valley Railway


Elmshorn-Barmstedt-Oldesloe railway

The Elmshorn–Bad Oldesloe railway is a regional railway line that has existed since 1896 in the south of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It has been operated since 1981 by the AKN Eisenbahn.


Friedrichroda Railway

The Friedrichroda railway, known as well as Waldsaumbahn, is a single-track non-electrified railway line in the German state of Thuringia. It is now only used for regional passenger transport, using Class 641 diesel multiple units. The line was o ...


Ludwigsstadt–Lehesten railway

The Ludwigsstadt–Lehesten railway was a branch line in southern Germany that branched off from the Franconian Forest Railway at Ludwigsstadt in the Bavarian province of Upper Franconia and ran to Lehesten in the state of Thuringia. It was closed ...


Orla Railway

The Orla Railway is a 14.9 kilometre long branch line in Thuringia, that runs from Orlamunde on the Saal Railway to PoSnecks "lower station". Until 1946 there was a continuation of the line to Oppurg on the Leipzig–Gera–Saalfeld railway. The 11.7 ...


Pressig-Rothenkirchen–Tettau railway

The Pressig-Rothenkirchen–Tettau railway was an Upper Franconian branch line that branched off at Pressig from the Franconian Forest Railway and ran to Tettau. The line was closed in 1993. After the completion of the Franconian Forest Railway in ...


Rentwertshausen–Romhild railway

The Rentwertshausen–Romhild railway was a single-tracked branch line in the state of Thuringia in central Germany. It was just under 11 kilometres long and ran from Rentwertshausen to Romhild in the south Thuringian region of Grabfeld. Due to its ...



The Proastiakos is the collective name for Greeces suburban railway services, which are run by TrainOSE, on infrastructure owned by the Hellenic Railways Organisation. As of March 2016, there are three Proastiakos networks, servicing the countrys ...


Dharmavaram–Pakala branch line

The Dharmavaram–Pakala branch line connects Dharmavaram of Anantapur district with Pakala of Chittor district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is under the jurisdiction of Guntakal railway division.


Eklakhi–Balurghat branch line

Eklakhi–Balurghat branch line is a railway line of Indian Railway connecting with Balurghat city and Eklakhi railway station. This line is branch of Howrah-New Jalpaiguri line. In 2011 railway budget the railway authority says that the line will ...


Rayadurg–Tumkur section

Rayadurg–Tumkur section is an ongoing broad gauge railway line project in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It connects Rayadurg in Andhra Pradesh with Tumkur in Karnataka.


Nalhati–Azimganj branch line

In 1863, the Indian Branch Railway Company, a private company opened the Nalhati–Azimganj branch line. The 27 kilometres 17 mi track was initially a 4 gauge line. The track was subsequently converted to 5 6" broad gauge. The Indian Branch Railway ...


Rajkot–Somnath line

The initial section from Veraval to Junagadh was started in 1880 by Junagadh Railway and opened to traffic in 1888. The line between Rajkot to Jetalsar was started in 1880 by Rajkot–Jetalsar Railway and opened to traffic in 1890. Rajkot-Junagadh- ...


Thiruvananthapuram–Nagercoil–Kanyakumari line

The Thiruvananthapuram–Nagercoil–Kanyakumari line is a line in the Southern Railway zone of Indian Railways. It connects the cities Thiruvananthapuram and Nagercoil. The railway opened on 15 April 1979.


Mumbai Suburban Railway lines


Narrow-gauge railways in India

This is list of former and actual narrow-gauge railways in India. These are operated by Indian Railways, the countrys state-owned rail operator, which has a plan to convert almost all narrow-gauge railways in the country to Indian Gauge, known as ...


2 ft gauge railways in India


2 ft 6 in gauge railways in India


Metre gauge railways in India


4 ft gauge railways in India


Eastern Railway (Israel)

The Eastern Railway refers to a railroad in central Israel stretching from Lod to Hadera. The section between Kfar Saba and Lod, as well as a short section just north of Hadera are currently in use but the rest of the railway has not been operati ...


Yarkon Railway

Yarkon Railway is a double-track railroad following the course of Yarkon River in the central area of Israel, about 15 km in length, currently serving as the only connection between the Coastal Railway and the Eastern Railway.


Narrow-gauge railways in Italy

Most narrow-gauge railways in Italy were built with Italian metre gauge, which is actually 950 mm because historically the Italian track gauge was defined from the centres of the rail instead of the internationally accepted method of measuring th ...


760 mm gauge railways in Italy


850 mm gauge railways in Italy


950 mm gauge railways in Italy


Metre gauge railways in Italy


1100 mm gauge railways in Italy


1200 mm gauge railways in Italy


Tarvisio–Udine railway


Domodossola–Milan railway

The Domodossola–Milan railway line is a major Italian railway route and an important part of the European rail network. It is one of Italys busiest lines for both passenger and freight trains. The line connects Milan and Domodossola with Brig, an ...


Milan belt railway

The Milan belt railway is a semicircular railway linking the railway lines converging on Milan, Italy, with each other and the Milano Centrale station. The belt railway was built during the reorganisation of the Milan railway junction, completed ...


2 ft 6 in gauge railways in Japan

Tōbu Yaita Line converted to 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in gauge) defunct Uchiko Line converted to 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in gauge) operating Tomakomai Light Railway converted to 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in gauge) operating Sakagawa Line defunct Ryūgasaki Line converted to ...


Tobu Kinugawa Line

The Tobu Kinugawa Line is a 16.2 km long Japanese railway line from Shimo-Imaichi Station to Shin-Fujiwara Station in Nikkō, Tochigi. It is owned and operated by the private railway operator Tobu Railway. At Shimo-Imaichi Station it connects with ...


Tōbu Yaita Line

The Tōbu Yaita Line was a 23.5 km railway line in Japan operated by Tobu Railway, which connected Shin-Takatoku on the Tōbu Kinugawa Line to Yaita on the Tōhoku Main Line in Tochigi Prefecture. The line opened on 1 March 1924, and closed on 30 Ju ...


Aichi Loop Line

The Aichi Loop Line is a Japanese railway line connecting Okazaki Station in Okazaki and Kōzōji Station in Kasugai, operated by the Aichi Loop Railway. The company or the line is abbreviated as Aikan. This is the only line the company operates. D ...


Ainokaze Toyama Railway Line


Aizu Line

The Aizu Railway Aizu Line is a 57.4 km railway line from Nishi-Wakamatsu Station in Aizuwakamatsu to Aizukōgen-Ozeguchi Station in Minamiaizu, Fukushima, Japan. It is owned and operated by Aizu Railway.


Chūō Line (Rapid)

The Chūō Line is the name given to rapid services on the eastern section of the Chūō Main Line operated by the East Japan Railway Company between Tokyo and Takao stations. The official map shows services travel as far as Otsuki.


Gose Line

The Gose Line is a railway line of Kintetsu Corporation in Nara Prefecture, Japan connecting Shakudo Station in Katsuragi and Gose Station in Gose. The line has four stations including the terminal Gose and the transfer station Shakudo. It is mai ...


Inbi Line

The Inbi Line is a railway line operated by the West Japan Railway Company between Tottori, Tottori Prefecture and Tsuyama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan.


IR Ishikawa Railway Line


Jōhana Line

The Jōhana Line is a railway line operated by West Japan Railway Company in Toyama Prefecture, Japan. It connects Takaoka with Johana.


JR Kyoto Line

The JR Kyoto Line is a commuter rail line in the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto Metropolitan Area owned and operated by West Japan Railway Company. The name applies to the section of the Tōkaidō Main Line between Kyōto Station and Ōsaka Station. The Kyoto Line ...


Kisei Main Line

The Kisei Main Line is a railway line that parallels the coastline of the Kii Peninsula in Japan between Mie Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture. The name takes the kanji characters from the names of the old provinces of Kii and Ise. The line is o ...


Kitakami Line

The Kitakami Line is a rail line in Japan. Part of the East Japan Railway Company system, it connects Kitakami Station in Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture to Yokote Station in Yokote, Akita Prefecture, acting as a connecting line between the Ōu Main Li ...


Koya Line

The Koya Line 高野線, Kōya sen is a railway line in Osaka Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, owned and operated by the Nankai Electric Railway, a private railway operator. It connects Osaka and Koyasan, the capital of the Japanese Buddhis ...


Meishō Line

The Meishō Line is a railway line of Central Japan Railway Company in Mie Prefecture, Japan, connecting Matsusaka and Ise-Okitsu stations. The line takes its name from the kanji characters of the cities of Nabari 名 張 and Matsusaka 松 阪. Althou ...


Meitetsu Kakamigahara Line

The Meitetsu Kakamigahara Line is a 17.6 km railway line in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad, connecting Meitetsu-Gifu Station in the city of Gifu with Shin-Unuma Station in Kakamigahara.


Meitetsu Komaki Line

The Meitetsu Komaki Line is a 20.6 km railway line in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad, connecting Kamiiida Station in Nagoya with Inuyama Station in Inuyama. The track from Kamiiida to Ajima is mo ...

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