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2012 In Rail Transport - Events
... Marina Bay Extension of the Circle MRT Line opens for service. 25 March – The north shore connector extension of the Pittsburgh Light Rail system opens 23 April – Boston's MBTA Commuter Rail Providence/Stoughton Line extension to Wickford Junction (MBTA station ... The line runs from downtown LA to Culver City ...
Rail Transport In Western Australia - History - Timeline
1871 - Private timber railway opens from Lockville to Yoganup, south of Perth 1879 - Government railway 1067 mm gauge line opens between Geraldton and Northampton 1881 - Line opens from Fremantle to Perth and ... (Lines east of Northam converted to Standard Gauge, including Kalgoorlie to Esperance. 1986 - Electrification of Perth suburban lines from with a 25 kV AC overhead power supply commences 1993 - Northern Suburbs Transit System commences operation with a new ...
Independent Subway System - History - 1940 Unification
... On December 15, 1940, the local tracks of the Sixth Avenue Line opened from its connection to the Eighth Avenue Line at 59th Street – Columbus ... December 30, 1946 The Fulton Street Line opens from Rockaway Avenue to Broadway – East New York (now Broadway Junction) ... June 1, 1946 The Fulton Street Line local spur from Court Street (IND Fulton Street Line) closes ...

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