Western Railway


Western Railway

There are various Western Railways in the world.

See:

* Austrian Western Railway
* Great Western Railway of England
* West Coast Wilderness Railway of Tasmania
* Western Railway (India)
* Western Railway Museum of California

See also:
* Western Railroad


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Western Railway (India) — The Western Railway is one of the 16 zones of Indian Railways, and is among the busiest railway networks in India. Major railway lines of which Indian Railways which come under Western Railways are: Ratlam Mumbai Central, Ahmedabad Vadodara and… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Railway Corridor — IntroductionThe Western Railway Corridor (WRC), or Bealach Iarnród an Iarthair (BII), in the Republic of Ireland is a recent term for a mostly disused railway line running through the West of Ireland. Currently only two sections from Limerick to… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Railway of Alabama — Le Western Railway of Alabama (sigle de l AAR:WRA) était un chemin de fer américain de classe I en activité dans l Alabama et la Géorgie. Il exploita la West Point Route avec l Atlanta and West Point Rail Road. Ils rejoignirent le Family Lines… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Western Railway Museum — The Western Railway Museum, in Solano County, California is located on Highway 12 between Rio Vista and Suisun. The museum is built along the former mainline of the Sacramento Northern Railway. Their collection focuses on trolleys, as it is… …   Wikipedia

  • Western railway line, Sydney — Public transport infrastructure in Sydney logo= name=Western Line transport mode=Commuter rail line line owner=CityRail operation area=Western Sydney map colour=Yellow stations number=34 interchange names=Central Strathfield Blacktown Penrith… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Railway of Alabama — The Western Railway of Alabama (WRA) was created by the owners of the Montgomery and West Point Railroad in 1854. It was built to further the M WP s development West from Montgomery, Alabama to Selma, Alabama. When the line was finally… …   Wikipedia

  • Great Western Railway — The Great Western Railway (GWR) was a British railway company and a notable example of civil engineering, linking London with the West Country, South West England and South Wales. It was founded in 1833, kept its identity through the 1923… …   Wikipedia

  • Locomotives of the Glasgow and South Western Railway — The locomotives of the Glasgow and South Western Railway (G SWR). The G SWR had its headquarters in Glasgow with its main locomotive works in Kilmarnock. Engines inherited from constituent companies The G SWR was formed in 1850 from a merger of… …   Wikipedia

  • Norfolk and Western Railway — This article is about the former US class I railroad. For the indie folk rock band, see Norfolk Western (band) . Norfolk and Western Railway Reporting mark NW …   Wikipedia

  • Locomotives of the Great Western Railway — The Great Western Railway had an uninterrupted life of over a century to develop its locomotive designs as it was barely affected by the Grouping of 1923. As a result its locomotive history is a long and interesting one. BackgroundNumbering and… …   Wikipedia