Cancello–Avellino railway

The Cancello–Avellino railway is a railway line in Campania, Italy.

Cancello–Avellino railway
Stazione Castel S.Giorgio.jpg
The platform and track at Castel San Giorgio-Roccapiemonte in 2010
Overview
Statusin use
OwnerRFI
LocaleCampania, Italy
Termini
Service
TypeHeavy rail
Operator(s)Trenitalia
History
Opened1846 (1846)
Technical
Line length74 km (46 mi)
Number of tracks1
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge
Electrification3 kV DC (Cancello–Codola)
Route map

km
4.195
Nocera Inferiore
3.080
Nocera Inferiore Mercato
0.000
35.402
Codola [it]
36.740
Lanzara-Fimiani
opened
1936
[1]
37.916
Castel San Giorgio-Roccapiemonte
40.293
Valle di Mercato San Severino
43.664
Mercato San Severino

The first section of the line, between Cancello and Nola, was opened in 1846 while the last section between Montoro Inferiore and Avellino was completed in 1879.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ordine di Servizio n. 125 del 1936
  2. ^ (in Italian) Italian railways opening date

BibliographyEdit

  • RFI - Fascicolo linea 128