Post no. 100 – Danish Railway

The rail transport system in Denmark consists of 2,633 km of railway lines.

Only the Copenhagen S-trainnetwork and the main line Helsingør-Copenhagen-Padborg (at the German border) are electrified. Most traffic is passenger trains, although there is considerable transit goods traffic between Sweden and Germany.

Maintenance work on most Danish railway lines is done by Banedanmark, a state-owned company that also allocates tracks for train operators. The majority of passenger trains are operated by DSB, with Arriva operating on some lines in Jutland. Goods transport is mainly performed by DB Schenker Rail, although other operators take care of a significant portion of the non-transit traffic.

Several new images in the “Train” category has been added to the webshop.

Here are some of the newly added images.