Arona–Novara railway

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Arona–Novara railway
Overview
Type Heavy rail
Status in use
Locale Piedmont, Italy
Termini Arona
Novara
Operation
Opened 14 June 1855 (1855-06-14)
Owner RFI
Operator(s) Trenitalia
Technical
Line length 105 km (65 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Route map
Domodossola–Milan railway
from Domodossola
100.769 Arona 205 m
Domodossola–Milan railway
to Milan
97.515 Dormelletto Paesesince 1935 [1] 227 m
Santhià–Arona railway
to Santhià
92.540 Borgo Ticino 270 m
89.687 Varallo Pombia 292 m
85.151 Marano Ticino 258 m
Luino–Oleggio railway
from Luino
81.616 Oleggio 235 m
78.121 Bellinzago 216 m
76.871 P.M. Cameri
Domodossola–Novara railway
from Domodossola
;
Varallo–Novara railway
from Varallo
68.303 Vignale 160 m
Turin–Milan high-speed railway
Biella–Novara railway
from Biella
;
Turin–Milan railway
from Turin
65.028 Novara 151 m
Novara–Alessandria railway
to Alessandria
/
Turin–Milan railway
to Milan

The Arona–Novara railway is a railway line in Piedmont, Italy. It was opened on 14 June 1855.[2]

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Bibliography[edit]

  • RFI - Fascicolo linea 133

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Media related to Arona–Novara railway at Wikimedia Commons