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Torņakalns – Tukums II Railway
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Tukums
Ito Jelgava65 Tukums
Tukums
IIto VentspilsThis diagram:view talk editThe Torņakalns– Tukums
Tukums
II Railway is a 65 kilometres (40 mi) long,[2] 1,524 mm (5 ft) gauge railway built in the 19th century to connect Riga
Riga
and Tukums.[1] References[edit]^ a b "Latvijas dzelzceļu līnijas" [Latvian railway lines] (in Latvian). Latvian Railway History Museum. Retrieved 2010-10-09.  ^ a b "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 38
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Riga
Riga
Riga
(/ˈriːɡə/; Latvian: Rīga [ˈriːɡa] ( listen)) is the capital and largest city of Latvia. With 641,481 inhabitants (2016),[3] it is also the largest city in the three Baltic states, home to one third of Latvia's population and one tenth of the three Baltic states' combined population.[6] The city lies on the Gulf of Riga, at the mouth of the Daugava
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Track Gauge
North America · South America · Europe · Australiav t ePart of a series onRail transportOperations Track Maintenance High-speed railways Track gauge Stations Trains Locomotives Rolling stock Companies History Attractions Terminology (AU, NA, NZ, UK) By country Accidents Railway couplings Couplers by country Coupler conversion Track gauge Variable gauge Gauge conversion Dual gauge Wheelset Bogie
Bogie
(truck) Dual coupling Rail subsidiesModellingv t eIn rail transport, track gauge is the spacing of the rails on a railway track and is measured between the inner faces of the load-bearing rails. All vehicles on a rail network must have running gear that is compatible with the track gauge, and in the earliest days of railways the selection of a proposed railway's gauge was a key issue
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Riga Central Station
Riga Central Station (Latvian: Rīgas Centrālā dzelzceļa stacija) is the main railway station in Riga, Latvia. It is a terminus for five railway lines: Riga–Skulte, Riga–Lugaži, Riga–Daugavpils (Zilupe), Riga–Jelgava (Liepāja), Riga–Tukums as well as international trains to Russia and Belarus. It is known as the main point of Riga due to its central location, and most forms of public transport stops in this area. A part of the building is a shopping centre.Contents1 History 2 Other facilities 3 Public transport 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The station was built in 1861 with the project of architect Johann Felsko. It was expanded in 1885 following the project of Heinrich Scheel. Two separate stations were in operation in 19th century — one serving the line to Daugavpils and the other towards Jūrmala. They were joined and reconstructed in 1914 and functioned until the 1960s
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
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Latvia
Latvia, (/ˈlætviə/ ( listen); Latvian: Latvija [ˈlatvija]), officially the Republic
Republic
of Latvia
Latvia
(Latvian: Latvijas Republika), is an independent republic in the Baltic region
Baltic region
of Northern Europe.[13] Since its independence, Latvia
Latvia
has been referred to as one of the Baltic states. It is bordered by Estonia
Estonia
in the northern region, Lithuania
Lithuania
in the southern, to the east is Russia, and Belarus
Belarus
to the southeast, as well as sharing a maritime border with Sweden
Sweden
to the west
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Latvian Railway History Museum
The Latvian Railway History Museum is a railway museum in Riga, Latvia. It was established on August 30, 1994 and contains more than a thousand items, documents and photographs related to railway communications and signalling equipment, tools and instruments, uniforms and badges. External links[edit]Official site (English)This article related to a museum in Latvia is a stub
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Tukums
Tukums
Tukums
( pronunciation (help·info); German: Tuckum; Livonian: Tukāmō) is a town in Latvia. Three regions of Latvia
Latvia
meet in the vicinity of Tukums
Tukums
– Vidzeme, Zemgale
Zemgale
and Courland.Contents1 History 2 Places near Tukums 3 Places in Tukums3.1 Museums4 Notable people 5 International relations5.1 Twin towns – Sister cities6 Newspapers 7 External linksHistory[edit] The historical center of Tukums
Tukums
developed between trade routes leading from the mouth of the Daugava River
Daugava River
to Prussia. The oldest part is today's Talsi
Talsi
Street that originated at the river named Zvirgzdupite where there used to be a castle mound with a wooden castle. Since 1253 Tukums
Tukums
was ruled by the Livonian Order
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5 Ft And 1520 Mm Gauge Railways
North America · South America · Europe · Australiav t eRailways with a railway track gauge of 5 ft (1,524 mm) were first constructed in the United Kingdom and the United States. This gauge is also commonly called Russian gauge because this gauge was later chosen as the common track gauge for the Russian Empire
Russian Empire
and its neighbouring countries.[1] The gauge was redefined by Soviet Railways to be 1520 mm (4 ft 11 27⁄32 in).[2] The primary region where Russian gauge is used is the former Soviet Union (CIS states, Baltic states
Baltic states
and Georgia), Mongolia
Mongolia
and Finland, with about 225,000 km (140,000 mi) of track
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Lielupe River
The Lielupe (in Latvian literally: Large River, Lithuanian: Lielupė, German: Kurländische Aa) is a river in central Latvia. Its length is 119 km (the length would reach 310 km if the Mēmele River were counted as part of the Lielupe). The surface area of its drainage basin is 17,600 km².[1] The average fall of the Lielupe is about (.1 meter/kilometer) and its average flow is 106 m³/s, although a maximum of 1380 m³/s has been reached during floods. Physical geography[edit]Lielupe near Jelgava, Latvia.The Lielupe begins at the confluence of the Mēmele and Mūsa rivers near Bauska. For the upper part of its course, the river flows through a dolomite valley with a few small rapids, until it reaches Mežotne, where it widens and deepens over the flat Zemgale Plain. For many years the Lielupe would frequently overflow its shallow banks and flood surrounding fields and villages, particularly during the spring thaw
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Ventspils I – Tukums II Railway
The Ventspils I–Tukums II Railway is a 108 kilometres (67 mi)-long,[1] 1,524 mm (5 ft)-gauge railway built in the 20th century to connect the Latvian towns of Ventspils and Tukums.[2] References[edit]^ a b c "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 32. Retrieved 2010-10-11.  ^ "Latvijas dzelzceļu līnijas" [Latvian railway lines] (in Latvian). Latvian Railway History Museum. Retrieved 2010-10-11. This article about transport in Latvia is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis European rail transport related article is a stub
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Tukums II – Jelgava Railway
The Tukums II–Jelgava Railway is a 56 kilometres (35 mi) long,[1] 1,524 mm (5 ft) gauge railway built in the 20th century to connect Tukums and Jelgava.[2] References[edit]^ a b "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 32. Retrieved 2010-10-10.  ^ "Latvijas dzelzceļu līnijas" [Latvian railway lines] (in Latvian). Latvian Railway History Museum. Retrieved 2010-10-10. This article about transport in Latvia is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis European rail transport related article is a stub
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Latvian Railways
Latvian Railways
Latvian Railways
(Latvian: Latvijas dzelzceļš or LDz) is the main state-owned railway company in Latvia
Latvia
with more than 12,400 employees. It owns 1,933.8 kilometres (1,201.6 mi) of 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 27⁄32 in) Russian gauge
Russian gauge
railway lines and 33.4 kilometres (20.8 mi) of 750 mm (2 ft 5 1⁄2 in) narrow gauge railway lines in Latvia.[1] It has 6 daughter companies:AS "LatRailNet" SIA "LDZ Apsardze" (security) LDz infrastruktūra (infrastructure) LDz Cargo (transportation) LDz Ritošā sastāva servissContents1 Domestic routes 2 International routes 3 Freight services 4 Other services 5 Rolling stock5.1 Diesel locos 5.2 EMUs 5.3 DMUs6 See also 7 References 8 External linksDomestic routes[edit]Frequency of commuter trains, 2016Passenger services are operated by Pasažieru vilciens
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Tukums II Station
Tukums II Station is a railway station on the Ventspils I – Tukums II, Tukums II – Jelgava and Torņakalns – Tukums II railways.[1] References[edit]^ "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 32. Retrieved 2010-10-11. v t eStations on the Ventspils I – Tukums II RailwayVentspils I Ventspils II Elkšķene Puze Ugāle Usma Spāre Līči Stende Sabile Līgciems Kandava Pūre Zvāre Tukums IIv t eStations on the Tukums II – Jelgava RailwayTukums II Praviņi Slampe Džūkste Apšupe Līvbērze Brakšķi Jelgavav t eStations on the Torņakalns – Tukums II RailwayTorņakalns Zasulauks Depo Zolitūde Imanta Babīte Priedaine Lielupe Bulduri Dzintari Majori Dubulti Jaundubulti Pumpuri Melluži Asari Vaivari Sloka Kūdra Ķemeri Smārde Milzkalne Tukums I Tukums IIThis article about a Latvian railway station is a stub
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Torņakalns Station
Torņakalns Station is a railway station on the Riga – Jelgava and Torņakalns – Tukums II railways.[1] References[edit]^ "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 36. Retrieved 2010-10-10. v t eStations on the Riga – Jelgava RailwayRiga Torņakalns Atgāzene Turība Tīraine Baloži Jaunolaine Olaine Dalbe Cena Ozolnieki Cukurfabrika Jelgavav t eStations on the Torņakalns – Tukums II RailwayTorņakalns Zasulauks Depo Zolitūde Imanta Babīte Priedaine Lielupe Bulduri Dzintari Majori Dubulti Jaundubulti Pumpuri Melluži Asari Vaivari Sloka Kūdra Ķemeri Smārde Milzkalne Tukums I Tukums IIThis article about a Latvian railway station is a stub
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Tukums I Station
Tukums I Station is a railway station on the Torņakalns – Tukums II Railway.[1] References[edit]^ "Publiskās lietošanas dzelzceļa infrastruktūras pārskats 2011" [2011 Public Railway Infrastructure Overview] (PDF) (in Latvian). Latvian Railways. 2010-06-05. p. 38. Retrieved 2010-10-17. v t eStations on the Torņakalns – Tukums II RailwayTorņakalns Zasulauks Depo Zolitūde Imanta Babīte Priedaine Lielupe Bulduri Dzintari Majori Dubulti Jaundubulti Pumpuri Melluži Asari Vaivari Sloka Kūdra Ķemeri Smārde Milzkalne Tukums I Tukums IIThis article about a Latvian railway station is a stub
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