Pavia–Mantua railway

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Pavia–Mantua railway
Overview
Type Heavy rail
Status in use
Locale Lombardy, Italy
Termini Pavia
Mantua
Operation
Opened 1874 (1874)
Owner RFI
Operator(s) Trenord
Technical
Line length 136 km (85 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification 3 kV DC
(from Codogno to Mantua)
Route map
from Alessandria, from Genoa, from Stradella and from Vercelli
0.000 Pavia
to Milan
2.407 Pavia Porta Garibaldi
6.656 Motta San Damiano
10.008 Albuzzano
14.433 Belgioioso
19.094 Corteolona
Olona
21.110 Santa Cristina e Bissone
24.950 Miradolo Terme
28.447 Chignolo Po
31.084 Lambrinia
Lambro
32.923 Orio Litta
34.880 Ospedaletto Lodigiano
Milan–Bologna high-speed railway
from Milan
41.605
163.832
Casalpusterlengo
158.959
0.000
Codogno
to Bologna
5.447 Maleo
7.713 Pizzighettone
Adda
8.767 Ponte d’Adda
16.595 Acquanegra Cremonese
Cremona–Iseo railway (until 1956)
22.159 Cava Tigozzi
from Fidenza and from Piacenza
27.330 Cremona
to Brescia and to Treviglio
34.832 Villetta Malagnino
40.958 Gazzo-Pieve San Giacomo
48.582 Torre de’ Picenardi
52.784 Scalo Pontirolo
from Brescia
55.286 Piadena
to Parma
63.795 Bozzolo
Oglio
69.160 Marcaria
72.292 San Michele in Boscosince 1938 [1]
74.910 Ospitaletto Mantovano
78.659 Castellucchio
from Modena / from Monselice
89.557 Mantova
to Verona

Pavia–Mantua railway is a railway line in Lombardy, Italy.

History[edit]

The section from Pavia to Cremona was opened on 15 December 1866. The section from Cremona to Mantua was opened after the Second Italian War of Independence in 1874.[2]

Notes[edit]

See also[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • RFI - Fascicolo linea 34

External links[edit]

Media related to Pavia–Mantua railway at Wikimedia Commons