History of rail transport in the Czech Republic

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Horse railway bridge between České Budějovice and Linz, Austria.

The history of rail transport in the Czech Republic began in the 1820s. Railways were built primarily for the transport of freight. Periods when they were built and operated by commercial operators have alternated with periods of nationalization, public investment or government support. In 2009 the country had 9,420 km of standard gauge track, 3,153 km of which is electrified.[1]

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  1. ^ České dráhy Group, Statistical Yearbook 2009, available online on www.cd.cz

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