The Bothnia Line (Swedish: Botniabanan) is a high-speed railway line in northern Sweden. The 190 km (120 mi) long route, from Kramfors airport via Örnsköldsvik to Umeå, was opened in 2010 and will carry trains at speeds up to 250 km/h (160 mph).
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... The North Bothnia Line (Norrbotniabanan) is a planned extension of the Bothnia Line north of Umeå to Luleå ... The distance is about 270 km, longer than the Bothnia Line ... Both the North Bothnia Line and the Bothnia Line will have the advantage of immediately reducing the cost of the frequent and heavy freight traffic when finished ...
... The Main Line Through Upper Norrland (Swedish Stambanan genom övre Norrland) is a 626-kilometre (389 mi) long railway line between Bräcke, Jämtland County and Luleå, Norrbotten ... The line has several branches to settlements on the coast, the ones to Umeå and Luleå being considered part of the line itself ... Today the three largest settlements along the line is Boden (pop 18800), Älvsbyn (pop 5500) and Vännäs (pop 4100) ...
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