Căile Ferate Române Line 300

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Căile Ferate Române Line 300
RO PH Sinaia railway station 1.JPG
Sinaia railway station
Overview
Locale Braşov, Mureş, Alba, Cluj, Bihor
Stations 35
Operation
Operator(s) Căile Ferate Române
Technical
Line length 647 km (402 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Route map

Harta CFR 300.svg

0.0 Bucharest North
1 Basarab
Line 900 to Craiova
Line 800 to Constanța
4 Carpați
6 Pajura
8 Depoul București Triaj
Line 700 to Galați
9.5 Chitila
Line 901 to Pitești
Bucharest ring line
16.9 Buftea
21.0 Dârza
30.2 Periș
35.5 Scroviștea
39.7 Crivina
44.6 Prahova
51.5 Brazi
Ploiești ring line
56.0 Ploiești Triaj
Ploiești ring line
Line 500 to Bacău
62.5 Ploiești West
Line 302 to Târgoviște
69.4 Buda
Line 306 to Slănic
81.2 Florești Prahova
89.9 Bobolia
Line 301 from Telega
95.4 Câmpina
101 Breaza
105.2 Nistoreşti
106.2 Gura Beliei
109 Comarnic
114.1 Posada
119.3 Valea Largă
123.1 Sinaia South
124.7 Sinaia
129.4 Poiana Ţapului
132.3 Bușteni
136.2 Azuga
143.6 Predeal
Tunelul Mare
153.6 Timișu de Sus
158.8 Timișu de Jos
163.7 Dârste
Line 400 from Miercurea Ciuc
169.9 Brașov
Line 200 to Sibiu
176.5 Stupini
183.0 Bod
191.9 Feldioara
194.6 Rotbav
198.5 Vadu Roşu
201.6 Măieruș
207.7 Apața
213.8 Ormeniș
220.1 Augustin
River Olt
230.8 Racoș
234.9 Mateiaş
244.8 Rupea
253.4 Cața
258.8 Paloş Ardeal
263.4 Beia
268.0 Dârjiu
272.1 Archita
281.7 Mureni
Line 308 from Odorheiu Secuiesc
288.6 Vânători
293.7 Albeşti Târnava
298.5 Sighișoara
308.9 Daneș
313.9 Luna
319.8 Dumbrăveni
327.0 Ațel
332.7 Brateiu
337.8 Mediaș
342.9 Târnava
348.2 Copșa Mică
Line 208 to Sibiu
353.3 Șeica Mică
358.5 Micăsasa
361.9 Lunca
366.1 Valea Lungă
371.0 Mănărade
375.9 Câmpu Libertății
Line 307 from Praid
378.5 Blaj
383.4 Crăciunel
388.2 Bucerdea
391.0 Cistei
394.6 Mihalț
River Mureș
396.2 Pod Mureș
Line 200A to Alba Iulia
399.6 Teiuș
405.9 Gârbova Alba
412.8 Aiud
419.4 Mirăslău
423.4 Decea
426.7 Unirea
429.6 Unirea halta
433.2 Războieni
Line 405 to Târgu Mureș
442.6 Călăraşi Turda
Line 305 to Turda
450.2 Câmpia Turzii
458.0 Cânepiști
465.2 Valea Florilor
473.1 Boju
478.9 Tunel
484.6 Cojocna
Line 401 to Dej
489.6 Apahida
492 Dezmir
496 Cluj-Napoca East
501.9 Cluj-Napoca
506.7 Baciu Triaj
508.0 Baciu
511.2 Suceagu
513.9 Mera
516.0 Nădăşelu
522.1 Gârbău
526.1 Macău
527.9 Dorolțu
529.8 Aghireşu
532.4 Aghireşu halta
535.8 Gălăşeni
540.7 Stana
547.3 Jebucu
551.3 Huedin
560.1 Brăişoru
563.8 Bologa
566.7 Poieni
573.8 Ciucea
580.2 Lacu Crișului
584.5 Piatra Craiului
588.5 Bulz
590.3 Stâna de Vale
594.5 Bratca
596.7 Bălnaca
600.7 Șuncuiuș
603.1 Peștera
605.3 Vadu Crișului halta
607.6 Vadu Crișului
612.5 Butani
617.1 Aleșd halta
619.7 Aleșd
622.6 Țețchea
626.5 Telechiu
630.9 Tileagd
636.3 Săbolciu
638.5 Săcădat
644.5 Oșorhei
Line 314 from Holod
650.4 Oradea East
River Crișul Repede
654.0 Oradea
Line 310 to Arad
659.7 Episcopia Bihor
Line 402 to Satu Mare
border Romania/Hungary
to Püspökladány
Ploiesti – Braşov railway near Breaza

Line 300 is one of CFR's main lines in Romania, having a total length of 647 km.[1] The main line, connecting Bucharest with the Hungarian border near Oradea, passes through Ploiești, Brașov, Sighișoara, Teiuș and Cluj-Napoca. The section between Bucharest and Ploiești is shared with CFR line 500.

The section between Câmpina and Predeal was upgraded between 2007 and 2011, bringing several improvements to the infrastructure along the route.[2]

Secondary lines[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Compania Naţională de Căi Ferate “CFR” SA (25 April 2006). "Documentul de Referinţă al Reţelei" (PDF) (in Romanian). Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Lucrare publică din România, premiată de UE". Societate (in Romanian). 4 January 2012.