Ideal for backpackers, InterRailers and enthusiasts planning their journeys across Europe from the Atlantic coast to the Russian border…
This atlas is intended for general travellers who may not have a special interest in trains and railways as such but who want to travel Europe by train. It shows almost all national network passenger railways, but city metro systems are excluded as are a few inner urban lines and all freight and heritage railways.
Each country is shown over one or two pages (Germany is over four) which allows the reader to quickly get a feel for the overall geography of each network. Some 8,000 selected stations are listed and indexed and the more important locations and picked out in red to make them stand out.
The maps distinguish high speed lines, main lines, secondary lines, narrow gauge and lines under construction.
This atlas shows:
- National network passenger railways (metros, heritage railways and freight lines are excluded)
- Purpose built high speed lines
- Main lines
- Secondary lines
- Narrow gauge lines
- 8,000 selected stations with the more important ones picked out in red
- A full index
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