Bergamo–Brescia railway

The Bergamo–Brescia railway is a railway line in Lombardy, Italy.

Bergamo–Brescia railway
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Overview
Statusin use
OwnerRFI
LocaleLombardy, Italy
TerminiBergamo
Brescia
Stations12
Service
Typeheavy rail
ServicesR1
Route number186
Operator(s)Trenord
History
Opened1854
Technical
Line length49 km (30 mi)
Number of tracks1
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge
Electrification3 kV DC
overhead line
Route map

km
21.882
Bergamo
Bergamo FVS-FVB
(opened 1857)
/ Bergamo FS TEB
248 m
link
FVS to Clusone and Ponte Selva (closed 1967)
TEB to Albino (opened 2009) and
FVB line to Piazza Brembana (closed 1966)
26.041
Seriate
249 m
29.515
Albano Sant'Alessandro
241 m
33.106
Montello-Gorlago
229 m
36.875
Chiuduno
215 m
39.115
Grumello del Monte
203 m
A4E64
43.472
Palazzolo sull'Oglio
185 m
47.772
Cologne
(since 1909)[1]
176 m
51.507
Coccaglio
161 m
Left arrowfrom Milan
Right arrowFN line from Iseo
(start of double line)
53.594
65.827
Rovato opened 1878 / Rovato Borgo (FN)
161 m
RFI-FN link
SNFT line to Cremona (closed in 1956)
71.653
Ospitaletto-Travagliato
148 m
A4E64
79.797
Mella junction
80.471
Brescia goods yard
82.842
Brescia
139 m
km
Source: Italian railway atlas[2]

The railway from Bergamo to Brescia was opened between 1854 and 1857 as a part of the original connection between Milan and Venice.[3]

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FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Donni, Gianni; Fappani, Antonio (1998). "La viabilità". In Barretta, Andrea (ed.). Corte Franca. Borgonato, Colombaro, Nigoline, Timoline (in Italian). Brescia: La Rosa. pp. 95–102.
  2. ^ Railway Atlas 2017, pp. 21, 22, 125, 134, 135.
  3. ^ Prospetto cronologico 1926.

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