The railway from Marseille to Ventimiglia is a French and Italian 259-kilometre long railway line. It is used for passenger (express, regional and suburban) and freight traffic. The railway was opened in several stages between 1858 and 1872.
- Les Arcs-Draguignan
The Marseille–Ventimiglia railway was built and used by the Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée. The first section that was opened in 1858 led from Marseille to Aubagne. The line was extended to Toulon in 1859, and to Les Arcs in 1862. Cagnes-sur-Mer was reached in 1863, and Nice in 1864. The line was extended to Monaco in 1868, and to Menton in 1869. Finally in 1872 the section from Menton to Ventimiglia was opened.
- "RFF - Map of electrified railway lines" (PDF).
- "RFF - Network map" (PDF).
- Direction Générale des Ponts et Chaussées et des Chemins de Fer (1869). Statistique centrale des chemins de fer. Chemins de fer français. Situation au 31 décembre 1869 (in French). Paris: Ministère des Travaux Publics. pp. 146–160.
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