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The Košice–Bohumín Railway (Czech: Košicko-bohumínská dráha, Slovak: Košicko-bohumínska železnica, Polish: Kolej koszycko-bogumińska, German: Kaschau-Oderberger Bahn, Hungarian: Kassa-Oderbergi Vasút) can refer to:
- originally: A private railway company established in 1869 in Austria-Hungary. In 1924 the company was nationalised and put under the Czechoslovak State Railways.
- nowadays: The main track of this company (between Košice and Bohumín). The Košice-Bohumín track connected the industrial area of Silesia with the city of Košice in what is now eastern Slovakia. It was completed in 1872.
Tracks of the company
- Košice - Bohumín (350 km, construction started in 1869, completed in 1869-1872).
- Bohumín - Český Těšín completed on 5 May 1869
- Český Těšín - Žilina completed on 8 January 1871
- Žilina - Poprad completed on 8 December 1871
- Poprad - Spišská Nová Ves completed on 12 December 1871
- Spišská Nová Ves - Kysak completed on 12 March 1872
- (Košice) - Kysak - Prešov (completed on 1 September 1870).
- Štrbské Pleso - Štrba rack railway (gauge 1000 mm, completed in 1896).
- Tatra Electric Railway (gauge 1000 mm, completed in 1912).
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