Rail transport in Sweden
Rail transport in Sweden uses a network of 13,000 km of track, the 21st largest in the world. Construction of the first railway line in Sweden began in 1855. The major operator is the state-owned...
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History of rail transport in Sweden
The history of Sweden's railways has included both state-owned and private railways.
In 1845 the Swedish count Adolf Eugene von Rosen received permission to build railways in Sweden. He started bu...
History of rail transport in Sweden - Wikipedia
High-speed rail in Sweden
In Sweden many trains run at 200 km/h. Train types which currently attain this speed include the X2 tilting trains for long distances, the Regina widebody trains, the X40 double-decker regional t...
High-speed rail in Sweden - Wikipedia
Värmlandstrafik
Värmlandstrafik AB is the public transport authority for Värmland, Sweden.
Värmlandstrafik - Wikipedia
Stockholm commuter rail
Stockholm commuter rail (Swedish: Stockholms pendeltåg) is the commuter rail system in Stockholm County, Sweden. The system is an important part of the public transport in Stockholm, and is contro...
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Risten-Lakviks Museum Railway
The Risten-Lakvik Museum Railway (Swedish: Risten-Lakviks Järnväg) is a 600mm narrow gauge heritage railway located in southern Östergötland, between Norrköping and Åtvidaberg in Sweden.Centred on Lak...
BK Tåg
BK Tåg AB, trading as BK Tåg, is a former Swedish railway company. It operated passenger trains on public service obligation with various counties and the ministry. Owned by Karlsongruppen, it filed f...
Engelsberg-Norberg Railway
Engelsberg-Norbergs Järnväg, the Engelsberg-Norberg Railway, is a 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 ⁄2 in) standard gauge railway between Ängelsberg and Kärrgruvan in the province of Väs...
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Trams in Norrköping
The Norrköping tramway network is a system of trams forming a principal part of the public transport services in Norrköping, Sweden. It has been in service since 1904, and is, along with the larger Go...
Trams in Norrköping - Wikipedia
Skansens bergbana
The Skansens Bergbana is a funicular railway in the Skansen open air museum and zoo, located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden.The Bergbana was built on the northwest side of the Skanse...
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Swedish Transport Administration
The Swedish Transport Administration (Swedish: Trafikverket) is a government agency in Sweden. It is responsible for long-term infrastructure planning for all kinds of transport: road, rail, ship...
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EBICAB
EBICAB is a trade mark registered by Bombardier for the equipment on board a train used as a part of an Automatic Train Control system. EBICAB was originally derived from Ericsson's SLR system in Swe...
EBICAB - Wikipedia
Östra Södermanlands Järnväg
Östra Södermanlands Järnväg (Ö.Sl.J.), Eastern Södermanland Railway is a 600 mm (1 ft 11 ⁄8 in) narrow gauge railway in Mariefred, Sweden. Steam-hauled passenger traffic...
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Gothenburg commuter rail
Gothenburg commuter rail or Göteborgs pendeltåg is the commuter rail system associated with Gothenburg, Sweden. The trains go on the main-line tracks, shared with long-distance trains and freight trai...
Gothenburg commuter rail - Wikipedia