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Adolf Törngren (27 April 1824 – 3 March 1895) was a Finnish jurist and industrialist.
A dual gauge railway is a track that allows the passage of trains of two different track gauges.
The ELSA-rata or tunnin juna (hour train) is a proposed railway line in the planning stage to provide a more direct connection between Helsinki and Turku, Finland than the current Rantarata railway line which follows the southern coast.
Eno is a former municipality of Finland, now part of Joensuu.
The signalling system used on the railway network in Finland comprises color-light signals and fixed signs, used together with the Automatic Train Control system ATP-VR/RHK (an EBICAB 900 system better known as JKV, junakulunvalvonta).
The Finnish Transport Agency (Liikennevirasto, Trafikverket), shortened to FTA, is a Finnish government agency responsible for the maintenance of Finland's road, rail, and waterway systems.
Latvian map showing a tunnel from Helsinki to Tallinn which could connect to Rail Baltica. The Helsinki to Tallinn Tunnel is a proposed rail undersea tunnel that would span the Gulf of Finland and connect the Finnish and Estonian capitals.
A heritage railway is a railway operated as living history to re-create or preserve railway scenes of the past.
The history of rail transport in Finland began on January 31, 1862, with the opening of the railway line between Helsinki and Hämeenlinna.
JKV may refer to.
The Kerava-Lahti railway line or Lahden oikorata (Lahti direct line) is a railway line in southern Finland between the towns of Kerava and Lahti, which opened on 3 September 2006.
The Kirkenes–Bjørnevatn Line (Kirkenes–Bjørnevatnbanen), or the Sydvaranger Line (Sydvarangerbanen), is a long railway line between Kirkenes and Bjørnevatn in Sør-Varanger, Norway.
Kokemäki (Kumo) is a town and municipality in the Satakunta Region of Finland.
Kone- ja Siltarakennus Oy ("Kone ja Silta";; "Maskin o. Bro") is a Finnish former engineering company based in Sörnäinen, Helsinki.
The Lentorata (airport railway) is a planned railway line in Finland, designed to link Helsinki Airport to the long-distance Finnish railway network and to complement the current airport connection via the Ring Rail Line.
This is a list of locomotives and multiple units that have been used in Finland.
This is a list of Finnish municipalities without passenger rail services.
This article provides a list of operated high-speed rail networks, listed by country or region.
This is a list of the power supply systems that are, or have been, used for tramway and railway electrification systems.
This is a list of railway lines on the Finnish rail network, including lists of stations on the most important lines.
The UIC Country Code is a two digit-number identifying countries in which members of the International Union of Railways (UIC) are active.
Metre-gauge railways are narrow-gauge railways with track gauge of or 1 metre.
The North Bothnia Line (Norrbotniabanan) is a proposed high-speed railway line between Umeå Central Station and Luleå Central Station in Sweden.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Finland.
Pieksämäki is a town and municipality of Finland.
Rail freight transport is the use of railroads and trains to transport cargo as opposed to human passengers.
This page provides an index of articles on rail transport by country.
The Norwegian railway system comprises 4,087 km of (standard gauge) track of which 2,622 km is electrified and 242 km double track.
The Russian railways are ranked second longest globally, behind the railways of the United States.
Rail transport in Sweden uses a network of 13,000 km of track, the 21st largest in the world.
A coupling (or a coupler) is a mechanism for connecting rolling stock in a train.
The SA3 coupler is a type of railway coupling used mainly, but not exclusively, in Russia and other states of the former Soviet Union.
Salla (Kuolajärvi until 1936) is a municipality of Finland, located in Lapland.
Toppila is a district of Oulu, Finland.
In rail transport, track gauge is the spacing of the rails on a railway track and is measured between the inner faces of the load-bearing rails.
Trams in Finland date from a horse-drawn Turku tramway network, which opened in 1890.
Vyborg, in Finland until 1940, and since then in Russia, had an electric tramway network from 1912 to 1957.
Vanhatulli is a district of the city centre area of Oulu, Finland.
VR (formally VR Group) is a government-owned railway company in Finland.
Vuosaari metro station is the ground-level terminus station of the M1 line of the Helsinki Metro.
William Crichton (29 November 1827 – 10 April 1889) was a Scottish engineer and shipbuilder who spent most of his career in Turku, located in the Grand Duchy of Finland.
Ylivieska is a town and municipality of Northern Ostrobothnia region, Finland.
Two foot and 600 mm gauge railways are narrow gauge railways with track gauges of and, respectively.
Railways with a railway track gauge of were first constructed in the United Kingdom and the United States.
narrow-gauge railways are very similar to and gauge.
narrow-gauge railways are generally found in Europe.