Enns Valley Railway

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Bischofshofen–Selzthal
Line length: 98.6 km
Track gauge: 1435 mm
Voltage: 15 kV 16.7 Hz AC
Maximum incline: 2.4  %
Minimum radius: 233 m
Maximum speed: 110 km/h
Salzburg-Tyrol Railway to Wörgl Hbf
0,238 Bischofshofen
Salzburg-Tyrol Railway from Salzburg Hbf
Kreuzberg Tunnel 711.1 m AA
4,247 Pöham 610 m (AA)
Alpfahrt Tunnel (59,70 m)
Hüttau Tunnel (98,40 m)
10,079 Hüttau Terminal 722 m (AA)
12,237 Niedernfritz-Sankt Martin 758 m (AA)
17,085 Eben im Pongau 856 m (AA)
21,018 Altenmarkt im Pongau(passing loop) 843 m (AA)
24,070 Radstadt 832 m (AA)
28,717 Ennswald-Forstau( closed 02.06.1996)
32,275 Mandling 812 m (AA)
Salzburg/Styria state border
36,760 Pichl 769 m (AA)
41,565 Schladming 739 m (AA)
47,630 Oberhaus-Markt Haus( closed 02.06.1996)
51,722 Haus 698 m (AA)
53,342 Aich-Assach 693 m (AA)
57,807 Pruggern 690 m (AA)
59,879 Gröbming 676 m (AA)
63,351 Stein an der Enns 667 m (AA)
67,798 Öblarn 663 m (AA)
70,999 Niederöblarn 656 m (AA)
73,066 Sankt Martin am Grimming 649 m (AA)
Salzkammergut Railway to Attnang-Puchheim
80,372 Stainach-Irdning 645 m (AA)
83,707 turnout Liezen 1 642 m (AA)
83,829 Wörschach-Schwefelbad(ehem. Bhf) 644 m (AA)
90,000 Gypsum factory siding (passing loop)
90,392 siding (passing loop)
92,700 Liezen 642 m (AA)
94,572 siding
Schleife Selzthal (planned) , Selzthal Süd turnout
Rudolfs Railway from St. Michael
98,912 Selzthal 639 m (AA)
Pyhrn Railway to Linz Hbf
Rudolfs Railway to Sankt Valentin
2-Gleisige Strecke

The Enns Valley Railway (German: Ennstalbahn) is an electrified, standard gauge main line railway in the Styria and the state of Salzburg, which was originally built and operated by the Imperial and Royal Privileged Empress Elisabeth Railway Company. The line is an important link for the Styria to Salzburg, West Austria and Germany.


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