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Toksan Line

The Tŏksan Line was a former non-electrified railway line of the Korean State Railway in Kangdong County, Pyŏngyang, North Korea, which ran from Songga on the Pyŏngdŏk Line to Tŏksan.

                                               

Toksong Line

The Tŏksŏng Line is a non-electrified standard-gauge secondary line of the Korean State Railway in South Hamgyŏng Province, North Korea, running from Sinbukchŏng on the Pyŏngra Line to Sangri.

                                               

Tongnam Line

The Tŏngnam Line is an electrified railway line of the Korean State Railway in Tŏkchŏn-si, South Pyŏngan Province, North Korea, running from South Tŏkchŏn on the Pyŏngdŏk Line to Tŏngnam.

                                               

Tongpo Line

The Tongpo Line was a non-electrified 15.6 km long railway line of the Korean State Railway in North Korea, connecting Chongsŏng on the Hambuk Line with Tongpo.

                                               

Tukchang Line

The Tŭkchang Line is an electrified railway line of the Korean State Railway in South Pyŏngan Province, North Korea, running from Pukchang on the Pyŏngdŏk Line to Sŏksan.

                                               

Tuon Line

The Tuŏn Line is an electrified 11.9 km long freight-only railway line of the Korean State Railway in Tanchŏn, South Hamgyŏng Province, North Korea, running between Omongri on the Pyŏngra Line and Yŏhaejin at the junction of the Pyŏngra and Hambu ...

                                               

Unbong Line

The Unbong Line is a secondary railway line of the Korean State Railway located entirely within Unbong-rodongjagu, Chasŏng County, Chagang, North Korea, running from Sangpunggang on the Pukbunaeryuk Line to Kuunbong.

                                               

Unha Line

The Unha Line is an electrified railway line of the Korean State Railway in Manpo city, Chagang Province, North Korea, running from Manpo on the Manpo Line to Unha.

                                               

Unnyul Line

The Ŭnnyul Line is a non-electrified standard-gauge secondary line of the Korean State Railway in the North and South Hwanghae provinces of North Korea, running from Ŭnpa to Chŏlgwang. It is an important line in economic terms, connecting the agr ...

                                               

Unsan Line

for the standard gauge line, see Ŭnsan Line Line Unsan former non-electrified narrow gauge line of the Korean national railroad in the Northern province Pyŏngan, North Korea, running from Puksinhyŏl-Lee County Hyangsan on Manpo line was Samsal-Li ...

                                               

Ŭnsan Line

The Ŭnsan Line is an electrified standard-gauge freight-only secondary line of the Korean State Railway in South Pyŏngan Province, North Korea, running from Ŭnsan on the Pyŏngra Line to Taegŏn.

                                               

Wonsanhang Line

The Wŏnsanhang Line, or Wŏnsan Port Line, is a non-electrified freight-only secondary railway line of the Korean State Railway in Wonsan Municipal City, North Korea, running from Kalma to Wŏnsan Port.

                                               

Bujeon Line

The Bujeon Line is a short railway line serving Busan, South Korea. The line connects Gaya on the Gaya Line to Bujeon on the Donghae Nambu Line, without intermediary stops. It is roughly 2.2 kilometers in length.

                                               

Gaya Line

The Gaya Line is a railway line of Korail in Busan Metropolitan City, South Korea, connecting Sasang on the Gyeongbu Line with Beom-il on the Donghae Line via Gaya, where the line also connects to the Bujeon Line.

                                               

Gunsan Hwamul Line

The Gunsan Hwamul Line is a cargo railway line serving North Jeolla Province in South Korea. Before January 1, 2008, this line was called Gunsan Line which connected the major railway junction of Iksan to the city of Gunsan. As of January 2008, n ...

                                               

Indeogwon–Dongtan Line

The Indeogwon–Dongtan Line Korean: 인덕원–동탄 복선전철, Hanja: 仁德院–東灘複線電鐵, also known as Indeogwon–Suwon Line is a double track subway line opened in 2021.

                                               

Daegok–Sosa Line

The Seohae Line is a dual-track, electrified rail line in western Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. Seohae line is built in four sections at the same time. The first section will run 23.3 km 14.5 miles South from the existing Sosa in Bucheon, Siheung cro ...

                                               

Taebaek Line

Taebaek Line is a single-track electrified railway mainline connecting Jecheon Station to Baeksan Station in South Korea. At its two ends, the Taebaek Line connects to the Jungang Line and Yeongdong Line. The line was originally two spur lines, w ...

                                               

Trans-Korean Main Line

The Trans-Korean Main Line is a project to build railway infrastructure in North Korea, and allow rail freight to travel between South Korea and Russia, it is hoped to halve the time taken to transport freight from eastern Asia to Europe and earn ...

                                               

Vientiane - Vũng Ang Railway

The Vientiane - Vũng Ang Railway is a 1.435 mm standard gauge that runs for 555 kilometres between the capital of Laos, Vientiane and Vũng Ang port in Hà Tĩnh Province via Mu Gia Pass on the border between Laos and Vietnam, that will be connected ...

                                               

CFL Line 10

Line 10 is a Luxembourgian railway line connecting Luxembourg City to the centre and north of the country, and on to Liege, in Belgium. The terminus at the southern end is Luxembourg railway station, whilst the terminals at the northern end are D ...

                                               

CFL Line 30

Line 30 is a Luxembourgian railway line connecting Luxembourg City to Wasserbillig, where it runs on the Trier West Railway, connecting to Trier in western Germany. The terminus at the western end is Luxembourg railway station. It is designated a ...

                                               

CFL Line 50

Line 50 is a Luxembourgian railway line connecting Luxembourg City to the west of the country, leading to Kleinbettingen and on to Arlon, in south-eastern Belgium. The terminus at the eastern end is Luxembourg railway station. It is designated, a ...

                                               

CFL Line 60

Line 60 is a railway line connecting Luxembourg City to the Red Lands of the south of Luxembourg, and on to France. The terminus at the northern end is Luxembourg railway station, whilst the terminals at the south are Rumelange, Petange, and the ...

                                               

CFL Line 70

Line 70 is a railway line connecting Luxembourg City to the south-west of Luxembourg, and on to Belgium and France. The terminus at the north-eastern end is Luxembourg railway station, whilst the terminals at the south are the French town of Long ...

                                               

CFL Line 80

Line 80 is a Luxembourgian railway line connecting Rodange to Belgium. It is designated Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois, but predominantly operated by NMBS/SNCB. The services overlap with those designated as Line 70. On the Belgian side of the bord ...

                                               

CFL Line 90

Line 90 is a railway line connecting Luxembourg City to France. The terminus at the north end is Luxembourg railway station, whilst the terminals at the south are the French towns of Metz and Nancy. It is designated Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois ...

                                               

Kerteh–Kuantan Port railway line

The Kerteh–Kuantan Port railway line is the only railway line in the East Coast of Peninsula Malaysia. This 77 km long 1.000 mm gauge railway line connects the Petronas oil refinery in Kerteh, Terengganu, to Kuantan Port in Kuantan, Pahang. This ...

                                               

KTM East Coast railway line

The East Coast railway line is the single track metre gauge runs between Gemas railway station, in Negeri Sembilan and Tumpat railway station, in Kelantan of Malaysia. Gemas is the rail junction between the West Coast line and East Coast railway ...

                                               

Train routes in the Netherlands

This list of train routes in the Netherlands focuses on the routes taken by trains travelling on railway lines in the Netherlands. A list including all stops on the train routes can be found at Dutch railway services.

                                               

Breda–Rotterdam railway

The Breda–Rotterdam railway is a heavily used railway line in the Netherlands running from Breda to Rotterdam, passing through Dordrecht. It is also called the Staatslijn I in Dutch. The line was opened between 1866 and 1877.

                                               

Eindhoven–Weert railway

The Eindhoven–Weert railway is a railway line in the Netherlands running from Eindhoven to Weert. The line was opened in 1913. It is an important link between the cities in the western and northern part of the Netherlands, and the Limburgish citi ...

                                               

Lelystad–Zwolle railway

The Lelystad–Zwolle railway, also known as the Hanzelijn, is a Dutch railway line, finished in 2012. It connects Lelystad, capital of the province of Flevoland, with Zwolle, capital of the neighbouring province of Overijssel, and provides a direc ...

                                               

Maastricht–Venlo railway

The Maastricht–Venlo railway is a railway line in the Netherlands running from Maastricht to Venlo, passing through Sittard and Roermond. The line was opened in 1865. It is part of the Staatslijn "E".

                                               

Meppel–Groningen railway

The Meppel–Groningen railway is an important railway line in the Netherlands running from Meppel to Groningen, passing through Hoogeveen and Assen. The line was opened in 1870. It is also known as the Staatslijn "C".

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in the Netherlands

Numerous industrial narrow-gauge lines were built for peat extraction, clay extraction for brickworks and construction sites. The dominant gauge for industrial lines was 700 mm, contrary to the 600 mm gauge used in neighbouring countries. Current ...

                                               

Nijkerk–Ede-Wageningen railway

The Nijkerk–Ede-Wageningen railway is a railway line in the Netherlands currently running from Barneveld to Ede-Wageningen. The part between Nijkerk and Barneveld has been demolished. It was previously nicknamed the Kippenlijn in Dutch, but since ...

                                               

Nijmegen–Venlo railway

The Nijmegen–Venlo railway, also called Maaslijn, is a railway line in the Netherlands running from Nijmegen to Venlo, passing through Boxmeer and Venray. The line was opened in 1883. Between 2006 and 2016, passenger transport on the line was exp ...

                                               

RandstadRail

RandstadRail is the official name of a public transportation rapid transit network in the southern part of the Rotterdam–The Hague metropolitan area in the west of the Netherlands, connecting The Hague, Zoetermeer and Rotterdam. The network mainl ...

                                               

RijnGouweLijn

The RijnGouweLijn, or RGL, was a proposed light rail project in South Holland, Netherlands, that used some new tracks and some existing tracks from the Gouda–Alphen aan den Rijn railway and the Woerden–Leiden railway. However, the new section mig ...

                                               

Ringspoorbaan

Ringspoorbaan or ring railway is a railway line in Amsterdam, Netherlands, consisting of a south-eastern branch Zuidtak, and a western branch Westtak. A number of metro lines also connect stations on the Ringspoorbaan.

                                               

Roosendaal–Vlissingen railway

The Roosendaal–Vlissingen railway is a railway line in the Netherlands running from Roosendaal to Vlissingen passing through the provinces of North Brabant and Zeeland. It is also known as Staatslijn F.

                                               

Sittard–Herzogenrath railway

The Sittard–Herzogenrath railway is a railway line running from Sittard in the Netherlands to Herzogenrath in Germany, passing through Heerlen. The line was opened in 1896.

                                               

Tilburg–Nijmegen railway

The Tilburg–Nijmegen railway is an important railway line in the Netherlands running from Tilburg to Nijmegen, passing through s-Hertogenbosch. The line was opened in 1881.

                                               

Venlo–Eindhoven railway

The Venlo–Eindhoven railway is an important railway line in the Netherlands running from Venlo to Eindhoven, passing through Helmond and Deurne. The line was opened in 1866. It is part of the Staatslijn "E".

                                               

Zaandam–Enkhuizen railway

The Zaandam–Enkhuizen railway is a railway line in the Netherlands running from Zaandam to Enkhuizen, passing through Purmerend and Hoorn. The line was opened between 1884 and 1885 by the Hollandsche IJzeren Spoorweg-Maatschappij.

                                               

Zwolle–Almelo railway

The railway was part of the third national construction period of railways in the Netherlands. This last phase of railway construction saw mostly the appearance of local and regional railways. With the Zwolle–Almelo railway, Zwolle and the northe ...

                                               

Canterbury Interior Main Line

The Canterbury Interior Main Line was a proposed railway line that would have linked many of the branch lines in the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. Although it was never built in full, its most northerly portion was constructed.

                                               

Eastern Line, Auckland

The Eastern Line is the name of the suburban rail service in Auckland, New Zealand between Britomart and Manukau via the North Island Main Trunk and Manukau Branch. Services are operated by Transdev under the AT brand.

                                               

Kapiti Line

Metlinks Kapiti Line is the electrified southern portion of the North Island Main Trunk Railway between New Zealands capital city, Wellington, and Waikanae on the Kapiti Coast, operated by Transdev Wellington on behalf of Greater Wellington Regio ...