Northern Main Line

The Northern Main Line (Swedish: Norra stambanan) is a 268-kilometre (167 mi) long electrified railway in Sweden, between Gävle or Storvik and Ånge. The railway consists of single track except the parts between Mo grindar and Holmsveden, Kilafors and Bollnäs, and Ramsjö and Ovansjö, a total of 91 kilometres (57 mi) double track.

Southern Main Line
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Northern Main Line, railway line in Sweden
Overview
OwnerSwedish state
Termini
History
Opened1881 (1881)

The railway passes Gävle or Storvik, Ockelbo, Ljusdal and Ånge.

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