italian railways

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italian railways

Postby jolynn » 31 Aug 2007, 15:19

hello, can anyone tell me which italian railway routes were in operation during 1902, thankyou, john
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Postby Cathynap » 02 Sep 2007, 14:41

There was railway expansion during this time frame. Do you have a region or province you are concerned with? I know of a few websites that discuss this (all are in Italian) in Calabria, but I do not know if you want to know about Calabria.
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Postby jolynn » 02 Sep 2007, 14:51

hello cathy, the routing would have been from cassino to the french border, then on to the french or belgium ports to england, thanks, kind regards, john
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