State border–Lendava Railway
|state border–Lendava railway|
Lendava railway station
|Line number:||43 (SŽ)|
|Line length:||5.2 km (3.2 mi)|
|Track gauge:||1435 mm|
|Maximum speed:||60 km/h (37.3 mph)|
The state border–Lendava railway is a 5.216-kilometre (3.241 mi) long railway line in and Slovenia that connects the Croatian L101 railway, linking Čakovec and Lendava[maps 1] with each other and is connected to further railway lines in Čakovec. The route is non-electrified and single-tracked. The route was built in 1889 as Zalaegerszeg-Čakovec railway, but in 1945, after World War II, the route was dismantled between Lendava and Rédics. Slovenian Railways plans to rebuild the section between Lendava and Rédics.