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Railway termini in Paris

                                               

Reseau Express Regional

The Reseau Express Regional, commonly abbreviated RER, is a hybrid suburban commuter and rapid transit system serving Paris and its suburbs. The RER combines the operations and roles of a local city-centre underground rail system and suburbs-to-c ...

                                               

Reseau Express Regional stations

                                               

Paris RER stubs

                                               

Comeng (train)

The Comeng train is a type of electric train that operates on the suburban railway network of Melbourne, Australia. They first appeared on the network in VicRail teacup livery in 1981 to replace the last of the 60-year-old Tait trains. More were ...

                                               

Hitachi (Australian train)

For other trains known as Hitachis, see Hitachi disambiguation#Trains. The Hitachi was an electric multiple unit that operated on the Melbourne suburban railway network between 1972 and 2014. Electrical equipment was supplied by Commonwealth Engi ...

                                               

Swing Door (train)

Swing Door trains, commonly known as Dogboxes or Doggies ", were wooden-bodied electric multiple unit trains that operated on the suburban railway network of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Swing Door cars had outward-opening doors. They were rea ...

                                               

Tait (train)

The Tait trains were a wooden bodied Electric Multiple Unit train that operated on the suburban railway network of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. They were introduced in 1910 by the Victorian Railways as steam locomotive hauled cars, and convert ...

                                               

XTrapolis 100

The XTrapolis 100 is a single deck electric multiple unit. It is part of Alstoms XTrapolis family of trains, and is operated in Melbourne, Australia and Valparaiso, Chile.

                                               

Britannia railway station, Melbourne

Britannia was not strictly a railway station as such, but a named siding on the Warburton line in Melbourne, Australia, approximately 1 km east of Yarra Junction. Originally named Richardss Siding, it was built for the use of the nearby Britannia ...

                                               

Melton railway line

The Melton railway line is the greater-metropolitan section of the Ballarat line in Victoria, Australia. It is incorporated into Melbournes suburban railway network. Services are provided by V/Line as part of the Ballarat regional line service. T ...

                                               

Disused railway stations in Melbourne

                                               

Premium Melbourne railway stations

                                               

Anting North railway station

Anting North railway station is a railway station on the Shanghai–Nanjing Intercity High-Speed Railway line located in Shanghai, China.

                                               

Huaqiao railway station

Huaqiao) is a railway station on the Shanghai-Nanjing Intercity Railway located in Kunshan, Suzhou, China.

                                               

Meilong railway station

Meilong railway station was a railway station in Shanghai which has now been abolished in favor of the new Shanghai South railway station. It was located near Jinjiang Action Park, serving regular trains to and from Hangzhou.

                                               

Nanxiang North railway station

Nanxiang North railway station is a railway station on the Shanghai–Nanjing Intercity Railway located in the Jiading District of Shanghai, China.

                                               

Shanghai railway station

Shanghai station is one of the four major railway stations in Shanghai, China, the others being Shanghai South, Shanghai Hongqiao, and Shanghai West. The station is located on Moling Road, Jingan District, to the North of the city centre. It is g ...

                                               

Songjiang South railway station

Songjiang South railway station is a railway station of the Shanghai–Hangzhou Passenger Railway located in Shanghai.

                                               

Xinzhuang railway station (Shanghai)

Xinzhuang is a commuter rail station, adjacent to the Xinzhuang Station an interchange station on the Shanghai Metro. This station is the second station on Jinshan railway.

                                               

Stations on the Pudong Railway

                                               

Light rail stations in Sydney

                                               

Sydney Light Rail succession templates

                                               

Sydney Light Rail templates

                                               

Rail Clearways Program

The Rail Clearways Programme was conceived in 2004 with the aim of easing congestion of Sydneys suburban railway network, by reducing the amount of infrastructure shared by multiple services. The disparate projects at pinch points throughout the ...

                                               

South West Rail Link

The South West Rail Link is a railway line serving the developing suburbs of south-western Sydney, Australia. Services form part of the Sydney Trains commuter rail network. It opened on 8 February 2015.

                                               

Western Sydney Freight Line

The Western Sydney Freight Line is a proposed freight railway line between the Main Western railway line at St Marys and the Southern Sydney Freight Line at Villawood, via a new intermodal terminal near Eastern Creek. The NSW Government committed ...

                                               

Harris Park railway station

Harris Park railway station is located on the Main Western line, serving the Sydney suburb of Harris Park. It is served by Sydney Trains T1 Western Line T2 Inner West & Leppington Line and T5 Cumberland Line services.

                                               

Disused railway stations in Sydney

                                               

Easy Access railway stations in Sydney

                                               

Cemetery Station No. 2 railway station

The station opened as Roman Catholic Platform on 31 December 1901. The name was changed to Cemetery Station No. 2 on 15 June 1908. The station was closed on 29 December 1948.

                                               

Cemetery Station No. 3 railway station

The station opened as Mortuary station on 26 May 1897. The name was changed to Mortuary Terminus on 26 July 1897, then to Cemetery Station No. 3 on 15 June 1908. The station was closed on 29 December 1948. Its location is adjacent to the current ...

                                               

Clyburn railway station

Clyburn railway station is a demolished railway station in Sydney, Australia. It was a railway employee only island platform located between the Up and Down Suburban Lines, between Clyde and Auburn stations on the Main Western line. It served Cly ...

                                               

Northern Line (Sydney)

The Northern Line is a commuter rail line operated by Sydney Trains in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It serves Sydneys Northern Suburbs and North Shore. It was spun off from the old T1 North Shore, Northern & Western Line as a separate line ...

                                               

Sydney Trains fleet

The Sydney Trains fleet serves the metropolitan lines within Sydney, Australia. All of the rolling stock are double-deck electric multiple units and operate mainly as eight carriage sets.

                                               

Sydney Trains templates

                                               

Union Station Rail Corridor

The Union Station Rail Corridor is a corridor of railway tracks that exist through and adjacent to Union Station in downtown Toronto. It is 6.4 kilometres long, approximately stretching from Bathurst Street in the west to the Don River in the eas ...

                                               

A-class Melbourne tram

The A-class Melbourne tram is a class of bogie trams that operate on the Melbourne tram network. Seventy were built by Comeng, Dandenong between 1984 and 1987 in two batches, 28 A1s and 42 A2s, with only minor differences. They are the smallest t ...

                                               

A-class Melbourne tram (first)

The A-class was a class of 20 trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the A-class retainin ...

                                               

B-class Melbourne tram

The B-class Melbourne tram is a class of two-section, three-bogie articulated class trams that operate on the Melbourne tram network. Following the introduction of two B1-class prototype trams in 1984 and 1985, a total of 130 B2-class trams were ...

                                               

B-class Melbourne tram (first)

The B-class was a class of 12 trams built by James & Moore & Sons for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. Numbered 21-24 and 84-91, the former four taking numbers vacated when O class trams were sold to the Hawthorn Tramways Trust in 1916. All ...

                                               

C-class Melbourne tram (first)

The C-class was a class of 11 trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the C-class retainin ...

                                               

D-class Melbourne tram (first)

The D-class was a one off tram built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. It passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the D-class retaining its ...

                                               

E-class Melbourne tram (first)

The E-class was a class of nine trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the E-class retain ...

                                               

F-class Melbourne tram

The F-class was a class of two trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. Both passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the F-class retain ...

                                               

G-class Melbourne tram

The G-class was a class of six trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the G-class retaini ...

                                               

H-class Melbourne tram

The H-class was a class of ten trams built by Duncan & Fraser, Adelaide for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the H-class retaini ...

                                               

Spiny grevillea

Grevillea spinosa, also known as the spiny grevillea, is an evergreen shrub of the genus Grevillea native to an area in the east of the Mid West, northern Goldfields-Esperance and southern Pilbara regions of Western Australia.

                                               

J-class Melbourne tram

The J-class was a class of twenty trams built by the Meadowbank Manufacturing Company, Sydney for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becomi ...

                                               

K-class Melbourne tram

The K-class was a class of nine trams built by James Moore & Sons for the Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust. All passed to the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board on 2 February 1920 when it took over the PMTT becoming the K-class retaining the ...

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