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Northwest Line (Denmark)

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Native name  Nordvestbanen
System  Danish railways
Termini  Roskilde Kalundborg
Owner  Banedanmark
Stations  13
Type  Railway
Status  13
Character  Regional railway
Operator  DSB
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The Northwest Line (Danish: Nordvestbanen), also referred to as the Kalundborg Line (Danish: Kalundborgbanen), is a 79.3 km (49.3 mi) long, state-owned double track passenger railway line between roskilde and Kalundborg in the western part of the island of Zealand. The railway is owned by Banedanmark and the service is operated by DSB between Copenhagen Central Station and Kalundborg.

History

The railway was established as a result of the Railway Act of 29. February 1869. The rail line opened in 30 December 1874..

References

Northwest Line (Denmark) Wikipedia


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