Rail Network

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British Railway Technical Manuals - Documents of Relevance To Passengers
... and distributed by National Rail Enquiries The National Rail Conditions of Carriage, which set out the customer's rights and responsibilities when travelling on the National Rail network ... It is produced by the Rail Settlement Plan, part of the ATOC ... contains all available fares on the network, primarily of use for tracking cheaper ticket combinations ...
Railways Of Greece - Current Status - OSE
... Major rail network The main line from Piraeus to Thessaloniki (with its branches at Inoi-Chalkis and Lianokladi-Lamia-Stylis) ... to Corinth–Kiato (Line is mainly used by the Proastiakos commuter rail service) ... Minor rail network The standard gauge single track line from Platy (branching off from the Athens-Thessaloniki mainline) to Florina and Kozani, forming the Kozani-Amyntaio railway line ...
Trans-European High-speed Rail Network
... The Trans-European high-speed rail network (TEN-R), together with the Trans-European conventional rail network, make up the Trans-European Rail network, which in turn is one of a number of the European Union's Trans ...
List Of Railway Stations In Greater Manchester
... a metropolitan county in North West England, has a rail network of 130 route miles (209 km) and 91 stations ... The Northern Rail train operating company provides most of these services ... The network is effectively divided into two operating halves based on these stations, although the opening of a connecting line in 1988 improved ...

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