Cadenazzo–Luino railway

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Cadenazzo–Luino railway
San Nazzaro treno S30.jpg
Overview
TypeHeavy rail
Statusin use
LocaleSwitzerland, Italy
TerminiCadenazzo
Luino
Operation
OpenedDecember 4, 1882 (1882-12-04)
OwnerSwiss Federal Railways
Operator(s)TiLo
Technical
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification15 kV 16.7 Hz AC, overhead line
Route map
159.48
Cadenazzo
Cadenazzo Ovest
SBB line to Locarno S 20
163.96
Quartino
166.96
Magadino-Vira
170.54
San Nazzaro
172.83
Gerra
173.69
Ranzo-Sant'Abbondio
175.87
65.57
Switzerland
Italy
Pino (359m)
63.70
Pino-Tronzano
Ronco Scigolino (411m)
Ronco Valgrande (23m)
Maccagno superiore (711m)
56.70
Maccagno
Maccagno inferiore (646m)
Rio Rizzolo (132m)
Colmagna (412m)
Colmegna
(since 1983)[1]
Sabbioncella (507m)
Asino (88m)
Luino (686m)
50.72
Luino
FS line to to Milan
Source: Swiss railway atlas[2]

The Cadenazzo–Luino railway is a railway line that joins Switzerland and Italy.

History[edit]

The line was opened on 4 December 1882 by the Gotthardbahn. On 1 May 1909 it became part of the Swiss Federal Railways. It was electrified on 11 June 1960.

Service[edit]

The railway is served by the line S30 of Ticino rapid transit network, operated by TiLo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Notizie flash". I Treni Oggi (in Italian) (34): 8. December 1983.
  2. ^ Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz (Swiss railway atlas). Schweers + Wall. 2012. p. 59. ISBN 978-3-89494-130-7.

External links[edit]

Media related to Cadenazzo–Luino railway line at Wikimedia Commons