List of railway lines in Finland

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Major railroads in Finland in 2010.
  Passenger and freight traffic
  Freight traffic only
  Discontinued

This is a list of railway lines on the Finnish rail network, including lists of stations on the most important lines. The lines and the stations are owned by the Finnish Transport Agency. VR Group has a monopoly on passenger transport. As of 2011, it is the only operator of freight trains as well even though freight transport is open for private companies.

Passenger lines[edit]

Line 1: Helsinki–Turku (Rantarata/Kustbanan)[edit]

Main article: Rantarata
Karis railway station, operational since 1873
Image Station name Opened km
Visit-suomi-2009-05-by-RalfR-252.jpg Helsinki Central 1860 0+159
Pasila railway station from YLE tower.jpg Pasila 1862 3+230
Espoon juna-asema2.jpg Espoo Central 1903 20+600
Kirkkonummen asema.jpg Kirkkonummi 1903 37+503
Karjaan rautatieasema.jpg Karis 1873 157+817
Salorailwaystation1.jpg Salo 1898 143+981
Turku kupittaa 001.JPG Kupittaa 1914 196+372
Turun rautatieasema.jpg Turku Central 1876 199+674
Åbo hamns järnvägsstation 2008.jpg Turku Harbour 1876 202+510

Line 4: Helsinki–Pori[edit]

Line 5: Helsinki–Vaasa[edit]

Line 7: Helsinki–Kemijärvi[edit]

Line 9: Turku–Pieksämäki[edit]

Line 10: Helsinki–Iisalmi[edit]

Line 13: Helsinki–Kajaani[edit]

Line 14: Helsinki–Joensuu[edit]

Line 15: Kouvola–Kotka[edit]

Line 16: Savonlinna–Parikkala[edit]

International line A: Helsinki–Moscow[edit]

Other lines[edit]

References[edit]

Literature

See also[edit]