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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
This list is based on the timetable – ''Fahrpläne Österreich'' – dated from 11 December 2016 until 9 December 2017, unless otherwise shown. Standard abbreviations used are explained in [[General Information]].
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This list is based on the timetable – ''Fahrpläne Österreich'' – dated from 15 December 2019 until 12 December 2020, unless otherwise shown. Standard abbreviations used are explained in [[General Information]].
  
 
Map references for each route entry are given in parentheses ( ). References prefixed "ERA" refer to the European Railway Atlas Austria, Regional Series 2016, by M.G.Ball. In addition, the map reference for the line in the Schweers + Wall ''Eisenbahnatlas Österreich'' (2010 edition) is shown in ''italic''.
 
Map references for each route entry are given in parentheses ( ). References prefixed "ERA" refer to the European Railway Atlas Austria, Regional Series 2016, by M.G.Ball. In addition, the map reference for the line in the Schweers + Wall ''Eisenbahnatlas Österreich'' (2010 edition) is shown in ''italic''.
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==Obscure services==
 
==Obscure services==
 
===<div id="WM_SP_LH"></div>Wien Meidling – St. Pölten – Linz Hbf===
 
===<div id="WM_SP_LH"></div>Wien Meidling – St. Pölten – Linz Hbf===
[100, 110] (ERA 126A3 - 125C3; ''99B2 - 106C2'') AT17/1
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[100, 110] (ERA 126A3 - 125C3; ''99B2 - 106C2'') AT20/1
  
The ''Westbahn'' main line between Wien and Salzburg is being substantially upgraded. Fast lines, known as the ''Neue Westbahn'', are in use for much of the way from Wien Meidling to Linz.  For parts of the route they run adjacent to the old line, but there are substantial sections on entirely new alignments, including some long tunnels. The ''Neue Westbahn'' is in use thus:
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The ''Westbahn'' main line between Wien and Salzburg has been substantially upgraded. Fast lines, known as the ''Neue Westbahn'', are in use all the way from Wien Meidling to Linz, except for a short section of around 12km to the west of St Pölten, which is however bypassed by the ''Güterzugumfahrung'' (freight avoiding line).  For parts of the route they run adjacent to the old line, but there are substantial sections on entirely new alignments, including some long tunnels. The ''Neue Westbahn'' is in use as follows:
  
*'''Wien Meidling – Wien Hütteldorf:''' This section opened to passenger services in December 2014 and is entirely in tunnel. It is used by IC, ICE and Railjet services to Wien Hbf and Flughafen Wien. The connection from Wien Speising to Wien Inzerdorf currently has no booked services.
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*'''Wien Meidling – Wien Hütteldorf:''' This section opened to passenger services in December 2014 and is entirely in tunnel. It is used by ''IC'', ''ICE'', ''Railjet/Railjet Xpress'' and ''Nightjet'' services to and from Wien Hbf and beyond. The connection from Wien Speising to Wien Inzersdorf currently has no booked services.
  
*'''Wien Hütteldorf – St. Pölten:''' The section to Knoten Wagram, opened in December 2012, runs via a completely new route though Tullnerfeld.  Between Knoten Wagram and St. Pölten there are four tracks in use on the same lateral alignment. There is a grade-separated junction at Knoten Wagram where the fast lines are in the centre at lower level, with the slow lines on outside at higher level, to allow access to the freight facilities on the north side. The entire route is used by most trains running non-stop between Wien Hütteldorf and St. Pölten (although some overnight trains still use the old route) and by those stopping only at Tullnerfeld.
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*'''Wien Hütteldorf – St. Pölten:''' The section to Knoten Wagram, opened in December 2012, runs via a completely new route though Tullnerfeld.  Between Knoten Wagram and St. Pölten there are four tracks in use on the same lateral alignment. There is a grade-separated junction at Knoten Wagram where the fast lines are in the centre at lower level, with the slow lines on outside at higher level, to allow access to the freight facilities on the north side. The entire route is used by trains running non-stop between Wien Meidling or Wien Hütteldorf and St. Pölten and by those stopping only at Tullnerfeld.
  
* '''Markersdorf a d Pielach (Üst Prinzersdorf 2) – Ybbs a d Donau:''' Bypasses all intermediate stations except Pöchlarn, where there are connections between the old and new lines.  It is used by trains running non-stop between St Pölten and Ybbs a d Donau or calling intermediately only at Pöchlarn.
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Knoten Wagram.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
  
* '''Ybbs a d Donau Amstetten:''' Bypasses all intermediate stations and dives under the original route near Hubertendorf. It is used by trains not calling at any intermediate stations.
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*'''Knoten Wagram Knoten Rohr''' (''Güterzugumfahrung'' St. Pölten): This freight avoiding line, which runs to the south of St. Pölten, sees occasional use by relief services; for details, see entry [[#WAG_ROR|AT20/25]] under 'Lines used on an occasional basis'.
  
* '''Amstetten – St. Valentin:''' Parallels the old ''Westbahn'' to St. Peter Seitenstetten, but then runs via an entirely new route to St. Valentin except through St.Johann where the new and old tracks are adjacent.  There are connections between the old and new lines at St. Peter Seitenstetten and at St. Johann. This section of the ''Neue Westbahn'' is used by trains not stopping between Amstetten and St. Valentin.
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* '''Markersdorf a d Pielach (Üst Prinzersdorf 2) – Amstetten:''' Bypasses all intermediate stations except Pöchlarn and Ybbs a d Donau and dives under the original route near Hubertendorf. There are connections between the old and new lines at Pöchlarn, Ybbs a d Donau and Karlsbach. It is used by trains running non-stop between St. Pölten and Amstetten.
  
* '''St. Valentin – Linz:'''  The ''Neue Westbahn'' follows a separate route from St. Valentin to Asten-St. Florian and then parallels the old main line into Linz.  It is used by trains between St Valentin and Linz Hbf not booked to call at any of the intermediate stations.
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* '''Amstetten – St. Valentin:''' Parallels the old ''Westbahn'' to St. Peter-Seitenstetten, but then runs via an entirely new route to St. Valentin except through St. Johann-Weistrach, where the new and old tracks are adjacent.  There are connections between the old and new lines at St. Peter-Seitenstetten and at St. Johann-Weistrach. This section of the ''Neue Westbahn'' is used by trains not stopping between Amstetten and St. Valentin.
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* '''St. Valentin – Linz:'''  The ''Neue Westbahn'' follows a separate route from St. Valentin to Asten and then parallels the old main line into Linz.  It is used by trains between St Valentin and Linz Hbf not booked to call at any of the intermediate stations.
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===Süßenbrunn===
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At this location, north east of Wien, the Laaer Ostbahn (Wien - Mistelbach) crosses the Nordbahn (Wien - Břeclav).
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[[File:Sussenbrunn.jpg |thumb|left|700px]]
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<br style="clear: both" />
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Note that there are no scheduled services covering the entire north-south line between Süßenbrunn Nord and Süßenbrunn Mitte. However, northbound trains over the west-to-north curve (AT20/3) and Wien-bound trains over the east-to-south curve (AT20/2) together cover at least one of the two tracks for the whole length of the north-south section.
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There are no longer any services over the south-to-west curve at Süßenbrunn.
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====<div id="WS_SBN"></div>Stadlau Fbf – Abzw Süßenbrunn Ost====
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[901] (ERA 133C5; ''105C2'') AT20/2
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This line is used only by the hourly non-stop trains between Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 - 12) and Břeclav and beyond. As there is right-hand running, northbound trains use the direct curve at Süßenbrunn and southbound ones use the spur on to the flyover line from Mistelbach.
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Stadlau  Fbf (Frachtenbahnhof) is located 0.4 km north of Stadlau station and is deemed to be the divergence of the Mistelbach and Marchegg lines,
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====Süßenbrunn West – Süßenbrunn Nord====
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[902] (ERA 133C5; ''105C2'') AT20/3
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These west-to-north curves at Süßenbrunn are used by frequent ''S2'', ''S7'' and ''R'' services between Wien Hbf and Mistelbach or Laa an der Thaya via Floridsdorf. With right-hand running, the direct curve is used by trains heading towards Wien and the curve to the flyover line by those heading towards Mistelbach.
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===Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 to 12) – Wien Simmering ===
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[901, 910] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106D2-107B2A'') AT20/4
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All departures from Wien Hbf to the line via Wien Simmering use a diveunder at the east end of the Hauptbahnhof, to avoid conflicts with incoming trains on the <i>Ostbahn</i>. There are two separate inward ramps to the diveunder:
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* The ramp from the lower-numbered platforms is booked to be used by the half-hourly ''S80'' Wien Hütteldorf - Wien Aspern Nord ''S-Bahn'' service and the hourly ''REX'' services to Marchegg or Bratislava.
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* The ramp from the higher-numbered platforms is booked to be used by non-stop trains to Břeclav and beyond from platforms 9 to 12.
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Planned platform use can be derived from the [http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/en? ÖBB journey planner] but should be checked against departure screens on the day.
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In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Wien to Simmering.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
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===<div id="WIEN_SP_ME2"></div>Wien Matzleinsdorfer Platz – Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 and 4)===
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[900] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106B2-C2'') AT20/5
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The ''S80'' Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Wien Aspern Nord ''S-Bahn'' service, which runs half-hourly, uses this link to access platforms 3 and 4 at Wien Hauptbahnhof.
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Wien Matz to Wien Hbf 3 and 4.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
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===Wien Meidling – Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 4 to 12)===
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[100, 900 and others] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106B2-C2'') AT20/6
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The main running lines pass either side of Wien Matzleinsdorf rolling stock maintenance facility at surface level. However, to enable westbound trains to the Inzersdorf Ort line (for <i>Donauländebahn</i> and <i>Pottendorfer Linie</i>) from Hauptbahnhof platforms 4 to 7 to avoid conflicting with inbound trains to the higher numbered platforms, a flyover crosses above the maintenance facility. It rejoins the inbound alignment at surface at km 1.7, to reach Wien Meidling platforms 7 and 8. This flyover is used by:
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* the hourly ''S60'' Bruck an der Leitha - xx:11 Wien Hbf - Pottendorf-Landegg - Wiener-Neustadt S-Bahn service (table 511).
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* the hourly ''REX'' [Bratislava Petržalka -] xx:23 Wien Hbf - Deutschkreutz service (table 512). (Note that services are only two-hourly SSuO early mornings).
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In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.
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* the three outbound trains using the [[#INZ_O_KL|Inzersdorf Ort - Kledering]] line.
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Wien to Meidling.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
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===<div id="WIEN_SP_ME2"></div>Wien Speising (Stw Maxing) – Wien Meidling (via Flohberg Tunnel)===
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[900] (ERA 133A3, not shown correctly; ''106B2-C2'') AT20/7
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This is the more direct of the two routes between Speising and Meidling, and provides a link to the north side of Meidling station. It is used by the half-hourly ''S80'' Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Wien Aspern Nord ''S-Bahn'' service, and trains shown under [[#WIEN_PZ_SP|Wien Penzing – Wien Speising]].
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Wien Meidling to Speising.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
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===<div id="WIEN_PZ_SP"></div>Wien Penzing – Wien Speising (Abzw Wien Hütteldorf 1)===
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[110, 900] (ERA 133A3; ''106B1'') AT20/8
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This east to south curve which connects Wien Westbahnhof with the Wien southern ring line to Meidling and Kledering normally carries only a few peak hour passenger services, but since 20 April 2020 is used by a Government arranged two hourly WESTbahn service, until at least 4 September 2020.
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WESTbahn services depart from Wien Westbahnhof to Salzburg via Wien Meidling every two hours from 05:10 to 21:10 daily, or from Wien Meidling to Wien Westbahnhof every two hours from 08:20 to 00:20. Note normal OBB tickets are valid on this special service.
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{| class="ostable"
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|
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| SSuX
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| ''R2408''
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| Wien Westbahnhof - 14:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
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|-
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| SSuX
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| ''R2410''
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| Wien Westbahnhof - 15:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
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|-
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| SSuX
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| ''R2412''
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| Wien Westbahnhof - 16:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
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|-
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| SSuX
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| ''R2414''
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| Wien Westbahnhof - 17:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
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|-
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| SSuX
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| ''R2403''
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| Laa an der Thaya - 06:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof
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|-
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|
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| SSuX
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| ''R2407''
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| Laa an der Thaya - 08:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof
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|-
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|
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| SSuX
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| ''R2409''
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| Laa an der Thaya - 09:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof
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|}
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===<div id="WAM_GRA"></div>Wampersdorf – Gramatneusiedl===
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(ERA 126B2 & 133C1; ''36B3-2'') AT20/8A
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This line is used by a few evening peak ''REX'' services from Wien Hbf to Deutschkreutz. These depart Wien Meidling on Mondays to Fridays at 15:53 (''REX7642''), 16:53 (''REX7646'') and 17:53 (''REX7650''). They also use the [[#INZ_O_KL|Wien Meidling - Inzersdorf Ort - Kledering]] route (AT20/8B).
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The line is also used when the direct route between Wampersdorf and Wien Meidling via Achau [tables 511 and 512] is blocked by engineering works (which should be found from the [https://www.oebb.at/de/fahrplan/baustelleninformation.html ÖBB engineering work page]).
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===<div id="INZ_O_KL"></div>Wien Meidling – Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf via Oberlaa===
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[511,512] (ERA 133B3; ''106D3-107B3'') AT20/8B
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This line links Wien Meidling and the Ostbahn towards Gramatneusiedl via the Wien southern avoiding line through Oberlaa.
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Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
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[[File:Kledering area.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
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It is used by regular scheduled ''Pottendorfer Linie'' services between Wien Meidling and Wiener Neustadt or Deutschkreutz via Ebreichsdorf as far as the junction to the east of the former station at Inzersdorf Ort.
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The line through Oberlaa is used by the following services. These may either use the Inzersdorf Ort avoiding line to the north of the former station, or the connection between the former station and Inzersdorf Ort-Ost, depending on operating convenience:
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* Evening peak REX services from Wien Hbf to Deutschkreutz, departing Wien Meidling on Mondays to Fridays at 15:53 (REX7642), 16:53 (REX7646) and 17:53 (REX7650).
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* Trains between Ebenfurth and Wien which are diverted over the [[#WAM_GRA|Wampersdorf - Gramatneusiedl]] line because of engineering work on the ''Pottendorfer Linie'' and call at Wien Meidling
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* Since 1 August 2020, two daily RegioJet train pairs between Praha, Wien and Budapest. Note that the next stop towards Budapest from Wien Meidling is Hegyeshalom (HU).
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The three scheduled ''Innere Aspangbahn'' services to and from Wiener Neustadt that formerly ran via this route as far as Abzw Felixdorf now run via Wien Grillgasse.
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To reach the Ostbahn from Oberlaa there are two possible routes, a direct curve to the north of Kledering station and a new flying junction to the north of Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf station, reached via the loop line through Wien Zvbf Ost.
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The scheduled evening peak Deutschkreutz trains use the direct curve to Kledering.
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Diverted ''Pottendorfer Linie'' services may use either route. Persistence may be required to have both routes.
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It is not known which route RegioJet services use so any information would be welcomed by the compilers.
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===Wien Hütteldorf – Unter Purkersdorf===
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[110] (ERA 126A3 & 133A4; ''23D3'', ''106A1'') AT20/9
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There are two routes between these stations - a route in tunnel on the northern side of the formation via Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf, and a surface route via Wien Weidlingau.
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''REX'' services between Wien Westbahnhof and St. Pölten, which are not booked to call at intermediate stations between Purkersdorf Zentrum and Wien Hütteldorf, use the tunnel route whereas ''S50'' trains to/from Unter Purkersdorf or beyond use the surface route.
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The tunnel route joins the ''Neue Westbahn'' from Tullnerfeld at Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf. Services between the ''Neue Westbahn'' and Wien Westbahnhof (''Westbahn'' and semi-fast Amstetten trains) use the same eastern ramp at Wien Hütteldorf.
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=== Korneuburg – Ernstbrunn===
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(ERA 64/B4; ''24A2-14A3'') AT20/10
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One return trip, operated by ''Regiobahn'' and branded as ''Nostalgieexpress Leiser Berge'', runs on this branch every Saturday from 9 May to 31 October. Trains run through from Wien Praterstern, departing at 09:14, and return from Ernstbrunn at 16:45. Further details are on the [http://regiobahn.at/event/nostalgieexpress-leiser-berge Regiobahn] website.
  
 
===Tulln avoiding line: Tulln Donaubrücke – Tulln Stadt===
 
===Tulln avoiding line: Tulln Donaubrücke – Tulln Stadt===
[112, 903] (ERA 126A3; ''23B2'') AT17/2
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[903] (ERA 126A3; ''23B2'') AT20/11
  
 
This curve is used by the following services:  
 
This curve is used by the following services:  
Line 29: Line 192:
 
{| class="ostable"
 
{| class="ostable"
 
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|SSuX ||21182 || Wien Florisdorf – 05:46 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld.
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|SSuX ||''R21182'' || Wien Floridsdorf – 05:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
 
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| ||''21222'' || Wiener Neustadt – 06:46 Absdorf-Hippersdorf - Tullnerfeld
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| ||''R21222'' || Wiener Neustadt Hbf – 06:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf - Tullnerfeld
 
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|   
 
|   
|SSuX ||''21134'' || Stockerau – 07:46 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld.
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|SSuX ||''R21974'' || Stockerau – 07:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
 
|-   
 
|-   
 
|   
 
|   
| ||''21140'' || Stockerau – 16:46 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld.
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| ||''R21980'' || Stockerau – 17:00 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
 
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|SSuX ||''21142'' || Stockerau – 17:46 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld.
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|SSuX ||''R21982'' || Stockerau – 18:00 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
 
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|SSuX ||''21131'' || Tullnerfeld – 06:52 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
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|SSuX ||''R21971'' || Tullnerfeld – 06:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
 
|-     
 
|-     
 
|   
 
|   
| ||''21133'' || Tullnerfeld – 07:56 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
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| ||''R21973'' || Tullnerfeld – 07:56 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
 
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|SSuX ||''21141'' || Tullnerfeld – 16:52 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
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|SSuX ||''R21981'' || Tullnerfeld – 16:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
 
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|   
 
|   
| ||''21143'' || Tullnerfeld – 17:52 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
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| ||''R21983'' || Tullnerfeld – 17:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
 
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|SSuX ||''21145'' || Tullnerfeld – 18:52 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
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|SSuX ||''R21985'' || Tullnerfeld – 18:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
 
|}
 
|}
  
 
===St. Valentin avoiding line: Enns (Abzw St. Valentin 11) – St. Pantaleon (Abzw Mauthausen 1)===
 
===St. Valentin avoiding line: Enns (Abzw St. Valentin 11) – St. Pantaleon (Abzw Mauthausen 1)===
[100, 133] (ERA 124C2; ''19D3'') AT17/3
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This curve, opened in 2005, is used by trains shown in table 133 as running directly between (Linz -) Enns and Mauthausen.
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This curve, opened in 2005, is used by direct trains between Linz Hbf and St. Nikola-Struden, which run SSuX. These are shown in Table 133 as not calling at St. Valentin.
  
 
===Traun – Marchtrenk===
 
===Traun – Marchtrenk===
[101, 140] (ERA 124B2; ''19A3 - 18D3'') AT17/4
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[101, 140] (ERA 124B2; ''19A3 - 18D3'') AT20/13
  
This route provides an alternative to the Linz - Wels main line, allowing slower trains to be overtaken. Trains using this route can be identified in table 140.
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This route provides an alternative to the Linz - Wels main line, allowing slower trains to be overtaken. The following trains use this route:
  
===Lambach avoiding line: Gunskirchen (Abzw Umfahrung Lambach) – Lambach Markt===
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{| class="ostable"
[101] (ERA 124B2; ''18B4'') AT17/5
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|SSuO ||''REX3205'' || Linz Hbf – 07:34 Traun - Grünau im Almtal
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|SSuX ||''REX1790'' || Linz Hbf – 13:32 Traun - Schärding
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|SSuX ||''REX5910'' || Linz Hbf – 15:32 Traun - Passau
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|SSuX ||''REX5984'' || Linz Hbf – 17:58 Traun - Simbach (Inn)  
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|SSuX ||''REX3204'' || Grünau im Almtal – 07:37 Marchtrenk – Linz Hbf
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|- 
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|}
  
A tunnel avoiding Lambach is used by all trains between Wels and Attnang-Puchheim not booked to call at Lambach.
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===Wels - Marchtrenk via Wels Vbf===
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[101] (ERA 124B2, ''18C3 - D3'') AT20/14
  
===<div id="WORGBAUM"></div>Wörgl Kundl (Abzw Wörgl 2U) – Volders-Baumkirchen (Abzw FW2) (tunnel line)===
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This route via Wels Vbf (Verschiebebahnhof / marshalling yard) is used every day by one overnight service:
[300] (ERA 128C4-B3; ''38C4-56C2'') AT17/6
 
  
This line, opened in December 2012, can be used in its entirety by non-stop services between Wörgl and Innsbruck, these being most Railjet and all overnight trains, although it was originally understood to be used only by the former because of signalling issues. Services stopping at Jenbach but then running non-stop to Innsbruck can use the connections west of the station onto the new line, and indeed Inter-City services making this stop have been observed to do so, but '''further information on the use of this line would be welcomed by the compilers'''
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{| class="ostable"
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| ''NJ491/40421''  
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| Hamburg-Altona/Düsseldorf Hbf - 06:18 Wels Hbf - Wien Hbf
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===Bruck an der Mur avoiding line: Pernegg (Bruck Übelstein) – Oberaich (Bruck Stadtwald)===
+
Local services between Wels and Marchtrenk may be diverted over this route if the main ''Westbahn'' is blocked.
[501, 600] (ERA 131B4; ''66B2'') AT17/7
 
  
This east to west curve enables trains to run between Graz and Leoben without reversal at Bruck an der Mur. It is used by services shown in table 600 as not calling at Bruck an der Mur.
+
===Lambach avoiding line: Gunskirchen (Abzw Umfahrung Lambach) – Lambach Markt===
 
+
[101] (ERA 124B2; ''18B4'') AT20/15
===<div id="BREG_AL"></div>Bregenz avoiding line: Hard-Fussach (Lauterach West) – Wolfurt (Lauterach Süd)===
 
[401] (ERA 127A4; ''52B2'') AT17/8
 
 
 
This curve enables trains to run between St. Margrethen and Feldkirch without reversal at Bregenz. There is no booked service but this route is often used for diversions when the Buchs SG – Feldkirch line is closed for engineering works. This has occurred for the last several years in late April and early May. Diverted trains may also use the  [[Switzerland - Lines with Obscure or Sparse passenger services#ROM_AL|Romanshorn avoiding line]] in Switzerland.
 
 
 
===St. Michael avoiding line: Leoben Hbf (St. Michael Ost) – Kraubath (St. Michael West)===
 
[600] (ERA 131A4; ''65D2-C2'') AT17/9
 
 
 
This east to west chord of the St. Michael triangle enables trains to run between Leoben and Knittelfeld without reversal at St. Michael station. It is used by all trains between Leoben and Knittelfeld not booked to call at St. Michael.
 
  
===St. Michael – Kraubath (St. Michael West)===
+
A tunnel avoiding Lambach is used by all trains between Wels Hbf and Attnang-Puchheim not booked to call at Lambach. These comprise all ''IC'', ''ICE'', ''Railjet/Railjet Xpress'', ''Westbahn'' and ''Nightjet'' services. All local ''R'' and ''REX'' services run via Lambach.
[600] (ERA 131A4; ''65C2'') AT17/10
 
  
This north to west chord of the St. Michael triangle is used by the hourly local services between Bruck/Mur or Mürrzuschlag and Unzmarkt or Friesach, which reverse in St Michael station. There are no through trains between the Selzthal line and Knittelfeld.
+
===Salzburg Hbf – Salzburg Sam (Salzburg Mitte) via diveunder line===
 +
[200, 220] (ERA 62C4; ''30C, 102A'') AT20/16
  
===<div id="WIEN_PZ_SP"></div>Wien Penzing – Wien Speising (Abzw Wien Hütteldorf 1)===
+
This route from Salzburg Hbf to the Bischofshofen line is only available from the low-numbered platforms at Salzburg Hbf. It runs to the west of the ''Westbahn'' towards Linz, then dives under the ''Westbahn'' to join the curve to the Bischofshofen line at Salzburg Mitte.
[110, 900] (ERA 133A3; ''106B1'') AT17/11
 
  
This east to south curve connects Wien Westbf with the Wien southern ring line to Meidling and Kledering. In December 2015 all remaining Railjet, IC, ICE and overnight trains commenced running to and from Wien Hauptbahnhof on the ''Neue Westbahn'' route and, as a result, the curve now has only a few peak hour passenger services.
+
The following services are booked to depart from platforms 1 or 2 so can be expected to use this curve:
  
 
{| class="ostable"
 
{| class="ostable"
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
|  
| ''R2408''  
+
| ''IC513''  
| 14:36 Wien Westbf - Laa an der Thaya
+
| 08:15 Salzburg Hbf - Graz Hbf
 +
|-
 +
|
 +
|
 +
| ''RJ596''
 +
| Wien Flughafen - 12:12 Salzburg Hbf - Klagenfurt Hbf
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
|  
| ''R2410''  
+
| ''IC611''  
| 15:36 Wien Westbf - Laa an der Thaya
+
| 16:15 Salzburg Hbf - Graz Hbf
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
|  
| ''R2412''  
+
| ''REX1524''  
| 16:36 Wien Westbf - Laa an der Thaya
+
| 17:08 Salzburg Hbf - Wörgl Hbf
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
|  
| ''R2414''  
+
| ''RJ698''  
| 17:36 Wien Westbf - Laa an der Thaya
+
| Wien Flughafen - 18:12 Salzburg Hbf - Klagenfurt Hbf
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
|  
| ''R2403''  
+
| ''REX1528''  
| Laa an der Thaya - 07:04 Wien Speising - Wien Westbf
+
| 19:08 Salzburg Hbf - Wörgl Hbf
 
|-
 
|-
 
|  
 
|  
| SSuX
+
| SSuX
| ''R2407''  
+
| ''REX5098''  
| Laa an der Thaya - 08:16 Wien Speising - Wien Westbf
+
| 21:15 Salzburg Hbf - Bad Gastein
 
|}
 
|}
  
===<div id="WIEN_SP_ME2"></div>Wien Speising (Stw Maxing) – Wien Meidling (via Flohberg Tunnel)===
+
Trains in the opposite direction generally run to higher-numbered platforms, so do not use this route. However ''EC112'' Klagenfurt Hbf - 13:27 Golling-Abtenau - Frankfurt (Main) Hbf is booked to arrive in Salzburg Hbf on platform 2, so <b>may</b> go this way.
[900] (ERA 133A3, not shown correctly; ''106B2-C2'') AT17/12
+
 
 +
===<div id="WORGBAUM"></div>Wörgl Kundl (Abzw Wörgl 2U) – Volders-Baumkirchen (Abzw FW2) (''Neue Unterinntalbahn'')===
 +
[300] (ERA 128C4-B3; ''38C4-56C2'') AT20/17
 +
 
 +
This line, opened in December 2012, is mostly in tunnel, parallel with the old ''Westbahn''. About half of ''Railjet Xpress'' services run non-stop between Wörgl and Innsbruck, so use the entire length of the line. The remaining ''Railjet Xpress'' and all ''EC'' services call at Jenbach and so run via the old ''Westbahn'' between Jenbach and Wörgl, normally joining or leaving the ''Neue Unterinntalbahn'' by using crossovers west of Jenbach station, at Knoten Stans (Abzw Jenbach 2U).
 +
 
 +
===Bruck an der Mur avoiding line: Pernegg (Bruck Übelstein) – Oberaich (Bruck Stadtwald)===
 +
[501, 600] (ERA 131B4; ''66B2'') AT20/18
 +
 
 +
This east to west curve enables trains to run between Graz and Leoben without reversal at Bruck an der Mur. It is used by services shown in table 600 as not calling at Bruck an der Mur. These comprise ''IC/EC'' services to/from Graz, generally every two hours, and ''REX'' services between Graz and Leoben in the morning and evening peaks.
 +
 
 +
===St. Michael avoiding line: Leoben Hbf (St. Michael Ost) – Kraubath (St. Michael West)===
 +
[600] (ERA 131A4; ''65D2-C2'') AT20/19
  
This is the more direct of the two routes between Speising and Meidling, and provides a link to the north side of Meidling station. It is used by the S80 [Unter Purkersdorf - ] Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Hirschstetten S-Bahn service (service hourly, increasing to half-hourly in peaks) and trains shown under [[#WIEN_PZ_SP|Wien Penzing – Wien Speising]].
+
This east to west chord of the St. Michael triangle enables trains to run between Leoben and Knittelfeld without reversal at St. Michael station. All ''Railjet'', ''IC/EC'' and ''Nightjet'' services which run non-stop between Leoben and Knittelfeld or Klagenfurt use this route, also one westbound ''REX'' service at 17:58 from Leoben.
  
===<div id="WIEN_SP_ME2"></div>Wien Matzleinsdorfer Platz Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 and 4)===
+
===St. Michael Kraubath (St. Michael West)===
[900] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106B2-C2'') AT17/13
+
[600] (ERA 131A4; ''65C2'') AT20/20
  
The S80 [Unter Purkersdorf - ] Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Hirschstetten S-Bahn service uses this link to access platforms 3 and 4 at Wien Hauptbahnhof (service hourly, increasing to half-hourly in peaks).
+
This north to west chord of the St. Michael triangle is used by the hourly local services between Bruck an der Mur or Mürzzuschlag and Unzmarkt or Friesach, which reverse in St Michael station. There are no through trains between the Selzthal line and Knittelfeld.
  
===Wien Meidling Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 4 to 12)===
+
=== Villach St Ruprecht (Villach Hbf Ostbahnhof) Villach Westbahnhof (via Villach Hbf high-level line)===
[100,900 and others] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106B2-C2'') AT17/14
+
[651] (ERA 130B1; ''97C2'') AT20/21
  
The main running lines pass either side of Wien Matzleinsdorf rolling stock maintenance facility at surface level. However, to enable westbound trains to the Inzersdorf Ort line (for <i>Donauländebahn</i> and <i>Pottendorfer Linie</i>) from Hauptbahnhof platforms 4 to 7 to avoid conflictions with inbound trains to the higher numbered platforms, a flyover crosses above the maintenance facility. It rejoins the inbound alignment at surface at 1,7km, to reach Wien Meidling platforms 7 and 8. This flyover is used by:
+
''S2'' services from Feldkirchen in Kärnten at 14 minutes past each odd hour from 11:14 until 19:14 run through to Rosenbach via Villach Hbf high-level platform 8, thus doing the whole length of the high-level line. Other ''S2'' services at 56 minutes past each even hour from Villach Hbf start from platform 8, so only do the western half of the route.
  
* the S60 Bruck an der Leitha -  Wien Hbf - Pottendorf-Landegg - Wiener-Neustadt S-Bahn service (table 511)
+
Services from Rosenbach towards Feldkirchen or St Veit an der Glan are booked to use platform 6 in the main station, but may occasionally use platform 8 if no suitable low-level platform is available.  
* the <I><b>REX</b></i> Bratislava Petržalka - Wien Hbf - Deutschkreutz service (table 512).
 
Both the above are hourly SSuX, alternate hours SSuO. In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.
 
* the two '''outbound''' trains using the [[#INZ_O_KL|Inzersdorf Ort - Kledering]] line.
 
  
===<div id="WS_SBN"></div>Wien Stadlau (Erzherzog-Karl-Strasse south junction) <!---Breitenleer Straße (Abzw Süßenbrunn Mitte)---> – Süßenbrunn (Abzw Süßenbrunn Ost)===
+
Click on the thumbnail for a full size map. [[File:Villach (Hbf Ostbahnhof) - Villach Westbahnhof (via high level line).jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
[901] (ERA 133C5; ''105C2'') AT17/15
 
  
Used by hourly non-stop trains between Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 - 12) and Břeclav or beyond.
+
===Puch b. Villach (Abzw Gummern 2) - Villach Westbahnhof (Abzw Draubrücke)===
 +
[220, 601] (ERA 130B1; ''97C2'') AT20/22
  
===Zeltweg – Fohnsdorf – Pöls===
+
This north to south connection (the ''Tauernschleife'') avoiding Villach Hbf links the ''Drautalbahn'' via Spittal-Millstättersee with the line via Villach Westbahnhof to Rosenbach or Tarvisio Boscoverde. It is used by one weekday ''S1'' service:
(ERA 131A3; ''65A4-64C4'') AT17/16
 
  
On Ascension Day (May/June) and the Saturday immediately following, a DMU shuttle service has operated between Knittelfeld, Zeltweg and Pöls (note: '''no access''' to train at Pöls). It is not known if trains ran in 2016. However, the local museum homepage [http://www.eisenbahnmuseum-knittelfeld.at/ Eisenbahnmuseum Knittelfeld] no longer contains any references to past or future events, so they may no longer run. '''The compilers would welcome information on any such specials.'''
+
{| class="ostable"
 +
| D
 +
| SX
 +
| ''S1 4931''
 +
| Spittal-Millstättersee - 07:07 Puch bei Villach - Villach Warmbad
 +
|}
  
=== Villach (Hbf Ostbahnhof) – Villach Westbahnhof (via high level line)===
+
If the Brenner route is blocked by engineering work, certain ''EC'' trains between München and Italy may be diverted this way.
[651] (ERA 130B1; ''97C2'') AT17/17
 
  
Most local services to Rosenbach depart from Villach Hbf platform 8, which is situated on the high level route to Westbahnhof. These services can be identified from the [http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/en? ÖBB journey planner]. (normally only westbound services use this route.)  Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
+
==Obscure services: Lines used on an occasional basis==
  
[[File:Villach (Hbf Ostbahnhof) - Villach Westbahnhof (via high level line).jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
+
===<div id="WAG_ROR"></div> ''Neue Westbahn'': Knoten Wagram – Knoten Rohr (''Güterzugumfahrung'' St. Pölten)===
 +
(ERA 126A3 - 125C3; ''22A3 - C3'') AT20/25
  
===<div id="INZ_O_KL"></div>Inzersdorf Ort – Kledering===
+
This freight avoiding line, which runs mainly in tunnel on a completely new alignment to the south of St. Pölten, opened in December 2017. It is used occasionally, especially at holiday periods, by relief trains to allow them to be overtaken. These have generally been westbound services but a few eastbound services have also run. All have used the connections at Knoten Wagram onto, or off, the ''Neue Westbahn''.
[720] (ERA 133B3; ''106D3-107B3'') AT17/18
 
  
The re-routing of International services away from Wien Westbahnhof to Wien Hauptbahnhof means that this link line is used by only a few local trains shown in table 720 as calling at Meidling and Kledering without intermediate calls. It is also used for engineering diversions in conjunction with the [[#WAM_GRA"|Wampersdorf - Gramatneusiedl]] line.
+
The following services were booked to operate over this route during the Christmas period in 2019:
  
 
{| class="ostable"
 
{| class="ostable"
|  
+
| D1
| SSuX
+
| FO
| ''R7403''  
+
| ''D19784''
| Wien Hbf – 06:21 Wien Meidling – Wiener Neustadt
+
| Wien Hbf - 12:42 Wien Meidling - Dornbirn
|-
 
|
 
| SSuX
 
| ''R7405''
 
| Wien Hbf – 07:21 Wien Meidling – Wiener Neustadt
 
 
|-
 
|-
|  
+
| D2
| SSuX
+
| SO
| ''R7402''  
+
| ''D19786''  
| Wiener Neustadt – 06:20 Kledering – Wien Hbf  
+
| Wien Hbf - 09:42 Wien Meidling - Dornbirn
|-
 
|
 
| SSuX
 
| ''R7404''
 
| Wiener Neustadt – 07:21 Kledering – Wien Hbf
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
=== Unter Purkersdorf – Wien Hütteldorf ===
+
D1: 20 December 2019
[110] (ERA 126A3 & 133A4; ''23D3'', ''106A1'') AT17/19
 
  
Trains between Purkersdorf Zentrum and Wien Hütteldorf not booked to call at intermediate stations use the tunnel route via Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf, whereas stopping trains use the surface route via Hadersdorf-Weidlingau. This tunnel route interfaces with the Wien Meidling - St. Pölten – Linz Hbf main line at Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf and  trains between the <i>Neue Westbahn</i> and Wien Hütteldorf use the same eastern ramp.
+
D2: 21 December 2019
  
===Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 to 12) – Wien Simmering ===
+
This entry will be updated if details of further planned services become known.
[901,910] (ERA 133B3, not shown; ''106D2-107B2A'') AT17/20
+
 
 +
 
 +
Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.
 +
[[File:Knoten Wagram.jpg|50px|thumb|left]]<br style="clear: both" />
 +
 
 +
===Wampersdorf - Gramatneusiedl===
 +
(ERA 126B2 & 133C1; 36B3-2) AT20/26
 +
 
 +
As this route now has regular scheduled services, this entry has been moved to the main Obscure Services section as AT20/8A.
 +
 
 +
===Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf – Wien Meidling via Abzw. Zvbf Ost and Oberlaa===
 +
(ERA 133B3; 106D3-107B3) AT20/27
  
All departures to the line via Wien Simmering use a dive-under at the east end of the Hauptbahnhof, to avoid conflicts with incoming trains on the <i>Ostbahn</i>. The dive-under has two separate inward ramps - one from the lower numbered platforms, the other from the higher numbered platforms. The former tends to be used by the S80 [Unter Purkersdorf - ] Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Hirschstetten S-Bahn service (service hourly, increasing to half-hourly in peaks), the latter by other services - particularly the longer distance trains (including the '''outbound''' trains using the  [[#WS_SBN|Wien Stadlau – Süßenbrunn]] line) - from platforms 9 to 12. <b>Planned</b> platform use can be derived from the [http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/en? ÖBB journey planner] but is susceptible to change so departure screen information is the best guide. In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.
+
This entry has been merged with main Obscure Services entry AT20/8B.
  
===<div id="WAM_GRA"></div>Wampersdorf Gramatneusiedl===
+
===Wien Meidling (Inzersdorf Ort) Kledering===
(ERA 126B2 & 133C1; ''36B3-2'') AT17/21
+
(ERA 133B3; 106D3-107B3) AT20/28
  
This line is used (in conjunction with [[#INZ_O_KL|Inzersdorf Ort - Kledering]] when the direct line between Wampersdorf and Wien Meidling via Achau [tables 511 and 512] is blocked by engineering works (which should be found from the [http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/help.exe/dn?tpl=showmap_external ÖBB Route Information page] under ''Baustellen''). '''This would appear to be the case during the period 3 July to 1 September 2017, when fast trains are shown as not calling at Ebreichsdorf and, in some cases, calling at Wampersdorf instead.'''
+
As this route now has regular scheduled services, this entry has been moved to the main Obscure Services section as AT20/8B.
  
===Salzburg avoiding line: Salzburg Maria Plain (Abzw. Hallwang-Elixhausen 3 (Kasern)) - Salzburg Gnigl Vbf - Salzburg Parsch (Parsch)===
+
===Salzburg avoiding line: Salzburg Maria Plain (Abzw. Hallwang-Elixhausen 3 (Kasern)) - Salzburg Gnigl Vbf - Salzburg Parsch (Salzburg Gnigl)===
(ERA 62C4; ''30C and 102A'') AT17/22
+
(ERA 62C4; ''30C and 102A'') AT20/29
  
This line allows trains travelling from Wels to Salzburg to avoid Salzburg Hbf and proceed directly onto the Bischofshofen line. It is used by a single train pair in the current timetable. Early plans for 2017/18 suggest this train will run via Salzburg from December 2017.
+
This curve allows trains between Wels and the Bischofshofen line to avoid Salzburg Hbf. This diversion was booked to be used by the following trains:
  
 
{| class="ostable"
 
{| class="ostable"
|  
+
| D1
 
| SSuO
 
| SSuO
| ''IC942''  
+
| ''NJ447''
| Wien Hbf – 09:18 Wels – Wörgl
+
| Bregenz - 03:41 MSuO Salzburg Süd - Wien Hbf ARZ
 
|-
 
|-
|  
+
| D1
 
| SSuO
 
| SSuO
| ''IC947''  
+
| ''NJ446''  
| Wörgl – 17:34 Salzburg Süd - Wien Hbf
+
| Wien Hbf ARZ - 01:24 MSuO Vocklabrück- Bregenz
|-
 
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 +
D1: Nights of 23/24 February and 20/21 June
 +
 +
=== Innsbruck avoiding line: Volders-Baumkirchen (Abzw Fritzens-Wattens 2) – Inntaltunnel – Unterberg-Stefansbrücke (Abzw Innsbruck 1; Gärberbach) ===
 +
(ERA 63/B1; ''60B-60C'') AT20/30
 +
 +
This line via the ''Inntaltunnel'', which is normally banned to passenger trains, was opened in 1994. It may be used when there is engineering work at Innsbruck Hbf, for diversions of ''EC'' services between München and Italy routed via the Brenner line. This occurred for the first time from July to September 2018.
 +
 +
===<div id="BREG_AL"></div>Bregenz avoiding line: Hard-Fussach (Lauterach West) – Wolfurt (Lauterach Süd)===
 +
[401] (ERA 127A4; ''52B2'') AT20/31
 +
 +
This curve enables trains to run between St. Margrethen and Feldkirch without reversal at Bregenz. It is used for diversions when the Buchs SG – Feldkirch line is closed for engineering works, which usually occurs in late April and early May. Diverted trains may also use the [[Switzerland - Lines with Obscure or Sparse passenger services#ROM_AL|Romanshorn avoiding line]] in Switzerland.
  
 
==Trams==
 
==Trams==
Line 242: Line 442:
 
| 130/131  
 
| 130/131  
 
| Weißenbach-St.Gallen - Selzthal
 
| Weißenbach-St.Gallen - Selzthal
|-
+
| Two weekend train pairs only
| 133
 
| St. Nikola-Struden – Sarmingstein
 
|-
 
| 152
 
| Haiding – Aschach an der Donau
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 532
 
| 532
| Feldbach – Bad Gleichenberg  
+
| Feldbach – Bad Gleichenberg
|-
 
| 620
 
| Bad St Leonhard – Wolfsberg
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 801
 
| 801
Line 266: Line 458:
 
| 811
 
| 811
 
| Krems a. d. Donau - Emmersdorf a. d. Donau
 
| Krems a. d. Donau - Emmersdorf a. d. Donau
 +
| Weekends only in spring and autumn, daily in the summer.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 941
 
| 941
Line 271: Line 464:
 
| Weekends only
 
| Weekends only
 
|-
 
|-
|  
+
| 340 (SŽ)
 
| Bleiburg – Holmec (Slovenia)  
 
| Bleiburg – Holmec (Slovenia)  
 
|}
 
|}
Line 282: Line 475:
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 311
 
| 311
| Achenseebahn
+
| Jenbach - Achensee Seespitz
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 523
 
| 523
| Schneebergbahn  
+
| Puchberg am Schneeberg – Hochschneeberg (Schneebergbahn)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| 801
 
| 801
Line 304: Line 497:
  
 
==Deletions since previous edition==
 
==Deletions since previous edition==
{| class="dpetable3"
+
 
| AT16/3
+
{| class="osstable3"
| Tullnerfeld avoiding line: Tullnerfeld Nord - Tullnerfeld Ost
 
| Has had no booked services for the past two years.
 
 
|-
 
|-
| AT16/13
+
| 133
| Wien Speising (Stw Maxing) – Wien Meidling (via Abzw Oswaldgasse)
+
| St Nikola-Struden - Sarmingstein
| No longer has booked services.
+
| Service withdrawn
 
|-
 
|-
| AT16/19
+
| 152
| Ebenfurth avoiding line: Pottendorf Landegg (km 36,7) Untereggendorf (Ebenfurth Stw 3 (km 39,4)
+
| Haiding Aschach an der Donau
| The dated overnight service is no longer booked to take this route.
+
| Service withdrawn 
 
|-
 
|-
| 660
+
| ''Club Florianerbahn''
| Weizelsdorf Rosenbach
+
| St.Florian Pichling See (900 mm gauge) 
| Service withdrawn
+
| No services on this preserved line for several years
 
|}
 
|}
  

Latest revision as of 14:51, 20 September 2020

Contents

Introduction

This list is based on the timetable – Fahrpläne Österreich – dated from 15 December 2019 until 12 December 2020, unless otherwise shown. Standard abbreviations used are explained in General Information.

Map references for each route entry are given in parentheses ( ). References prefixed "ERA" refer to the European Railway Atlas Austria, Regional Series 2016, by M.G.Ball. In addition, the map reference for the line in the Schweers + Wall Eisenbahnatlas Österreich (2010 edition) is shown in italic.

Obscure services

Wien Meidling – St. Pölten – Linz Hbf

[100, 110] (ERA 126A3 - 125C3; 99B2 - 106C2) AT20/1

The Westbahn main line between Wien and Salzburg has been substantially upgraded. Fast lines, known as the Neue Westbahn, are in use all the way from Wien Meidling to Linz, except for a short section of around 12km to the west of St Pölten, which is however bypassed by the Güterzugumfahrung (freight avoiding line). For parts of the route they run adjacent to the old line, but there are substantial sections on entirely new alignments, including some long tunnels. The Neue Westbahn is in use as follows:

  • Wien Meidling – Wien Hütteldorf: This section opened to passenger services in December 2014 and is entirely in tunnel. It is used by IC, ICE, Railjet/Railjet Xpress and Nightjet services to and from Wien Hbf and beyond. The connection from Wien Speising to Wien Inzersdorf currently has no booked services.
  • Wien Hütteldorf – St. Pölten: The section to Knoten Wagram, opened in December 2012, runs via a completely new route though Tullnerfeld. Between Knoten Wagram and St. Pölten there are four tracks in use on the same lateral alignment. There is a grade-separated junction at Knoten Wagram where the fast lines are in the centre at lower level, with the slow lines on outside at higher level, to allow access to the freight facilities on the north side. The entire route is used by trains running non-stop between Wien Meidling or Wien Hütteldorf and St. Pölten and by those stopping only at Tullnerfeld.

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Knoten Wagram.jpg


  • Knoten Wagram – Knoten Rohr (Güterzugumfahrung St. Pölten): This freight avoiding line, which runs to the south of St. Pölten, sees occasional use by relief services; for details, see entry AT20/25 under 'Lines used on an occasional basis'.
  • Markersdorf a d Pielach (Üst Prinzersdorf 2) – Amstetten: Bypasses all intermediate stations except Pöchlarn and Ybbs a d Donau and dives under the original route near Hubertendorf. There are connections between the old and new lines at Pöchlarn, Ybbs a d Donau and Karlsbach. It is used by trains running non-stop between St. Pölten and Amstetten.
  • Amstetten – St. Valentin: Parallels the old Westbahn to St. Peter-Seitenstetten, but then runs via an entirely new route to St. Valentin except through St. Johann-Weistrach, where the new and old tracks are adjacent. There are connections between the old and new lines at St. Peter-Seitenstetten and at St. Johann-Weistrach. This section of the Neue Westbahn is used by trains not stopping between Amstetten and St. Valentin.
  • St. Valentin – Linz: The Neue Westbahn follows a separate route from St. Valentin to Asten and then parallels the old main line into Linz. It is used by trains between St Valentin and Linz Hbf not booked to call at any of the intermediate stations.

Süßenbrunn

At this location, north east of Wien, the Laaer Ostbahn (Wien - Mistelbach) crosses the Nordbahn (Wien - Břeclav).

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Note that there are no scheduled services covering the entire north-south line between Süßenbrunn Nord and Süßenbrunn Mitte. However, northbound trains over the west-to-north curve (AT20/3) and Wien-bound trains over the east-to-south curve (AT20/2) together cover at least one of the two tracks for the whole length of the north-south section.

There are no longer any services over the south-to-west curve at Süßenbrunn.

Stadlau Fbf – Abzw Süßenbrunn Ost

[901] (ERA 133C5; 105C2) AT20/2

This line is used only by the hourly non-stop trains between Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 - 12) and Břeclav and beyond. As there is right-hand running, northbound trains use the direct curve at Süßenbrunn and southbound ones use the spur on to the flyover line from Mistelbach.

Stadlau Fbf (Frachtenbahnhof) is located 0.4 km north of Stadlau station and is deemed to be the divergence of the Mistelbach and Marchegg lines,

Süßenbrunn West – Süßenbrunn Nord

[902] (ERA 133C5; 105C2) AT20/3

These west-to-north curves at Süßenbrunn are used by frequent S2, S7 and R services between Wien Hbf and Mistelbach or Laa an der Thaya via Floridsdorf. With right-hand running, the direct curve is used by trains heading towards Wien and the curve to the flyover line by those heading towards Mistelbach.

Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 to 12) – Wien Simmering

[901, 910] (ERA 133B3, not shown; 106D2-107B2A) AT20/4

All departures from Wien Hbf to the line via Wien Simmering use a diveunder at the east end of the Hauptbahnhof, to avoid conflicts with incoming trains on the Ostbahn. There are two separate inward ramps to the diveunder:

  • The ramp from the lower-numbered platforms is booked to be used by the half-hourly S80 Wien Hütteldorf - Wien Aspern Nord S-Bahn service and the hourly REX services to Marchegg or Bratislava.
  • The ramp from the higher-numbered platforms is booked to be used by non-stop trains to Břeclav and beyond from platforms 9 to 12.

Planned platform use can be derived from the ÖBB journey planner but should be checked against departure screens on the day.

In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.

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Wien Matzleinsdorfer Platz – Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 3 and 4)

[900] (ERA 133B3, not shown; 106B2-C2) AT20/5

The S80 Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Wien Aspern Nord S-Bahn service, which runs half-hourly, uses this link to access platforms 3 and 4 at Wien Hauptbahnhof.

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Wien Meidling – Wien Hauptbahnhof (platforms 4 to 12)

[100, 900 and others] (ERA 133B3, not shown; 106B2-C2) AT20/6

The main running lines pass either side of Wien Matzleinsdorf rolling stock maintenance facility at surface level. However, to enable westbound trains to the Inzersdorf Ort line (for Donauländebahn and Pottendorfer Linie) from Hauptbahnhof platforms 4 to 7 to avoid conflicting with inbound trains to the higher numbered platforms, a flyover crosses above the maintenance facility. It rejoins the inbound alignment at surface at km 1.7, to reach Wien Meidling platforms 7 and 8. This flyover is used by:

  • the hourly S60 Bruck an der Leitha - xx:11 Wien Hbf - Pottendorf-Landegg - Wiener-Neustadt S-Bahn service (table 511).
  • the hourly REX [Bratislava Petržalka -] xx:23 Wien Hbf - Deutschkreutz service (table 512). (Note that services are only two-hourly SSuO early mornings).

In the opposite direction, these services use the surface level tracks.

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Wien Speising (Stw Maxing) – Wien Meidling (via Flohberg Tunnel)

[900] (ERA 133A3, not shown correctly; 106B2-C2) AT20/7

This is the more direct of the two routes between Speising and Meidling, and provides a link to the north side of Meidling station. It is used by the half-hourly S80 Hütteldorf - Wien Hbf - Wien Aspern Nord S-Bahn service, and trains shown under Wien Penzing – Wien Speising.

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Wien Penzing – Wien Speising (Abzw Wien Hütteldorf 1)

[110, 900] (ERA 133A3; 106B1) AT20/8

This east to south curve which connects Wien Westbahnhof with the Wien southern ring line to Meidling and Kledering normally carries only a few peak hour passenger services, but since 20 April 2020 is used by a Government arranged two hourly WESTbahn service, until at least 4 September 2020.

WESTbahn services depart from Wien Westbahnhof to Salzburg via Wien Meidling every two hours from 05:10 to 21:10 daily, or from Wien Meidling to Wien Westbahnhof every two hours from 08:20 to 00:20. Note normal OBB tickets are valid on this special service.

SSuX R2408 Wien Westbahnhof - 14:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
SSuX R2410 Wien Westbahnhof - 15:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
SSuX R2412 Wien Westbahnhof - 16:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
SSuX R2414 Wien Westbahnhof - 17:40 Wien Penzing - Laa an der Thaya
SSuX R2403 Laa an der Thaya - 06:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof
SSuX R2407 Laa an der Thaya - 08:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof
SSuX R2409 Laa an der Thaya - 09:34 Wien Speising - Wien Westbahnhof

Wampersdorf – Gramatneusiedl

(ERA 126B2 & 133C1; 36B3-2) AT20/8A

This line is used by a few evening peak REX services from Wien Hbf to Deutschkreutz. These depart Wien Meidling on Mondays to Fridays at 15:53 (REX7642), 16:53 (REX7646) and 17:53 (REX7650). They also use the Wien Meidling - Inzersdorf Ort - Kledering route (AT20/8B).

The line is also used when the direct route between Wampersdorf and Wien Meidling via Achau [tables 511 and 512] is blocked by engineering works (which should be found from the ÖBB engineering work page).

Wien Meidling – Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf via Oberlaa

[511,512] (ERA 133B3; 106D3-107B3) AT20/8B

This line links Wien Meidling and the Ostbahn towards Gramatneusiedl via the Wien southern avoiding line through Oberlaa.

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It is used by regular scheduled Pottendorfer Linie services between Wien Meidling and Wiener Neustadt or Deutschkreutz via Ebreichsdorf as far as the junction to the east of the former station at Inzersdorf Ort.

The line through Oberlaa is used by the following services. These may either use the Inzersdorf Ort avoiding line to the north of the former station, or the connection between the former station and Inzersdorf Ort-Ost, depending on operating convenience:

  • Evening peak REX services from Wien Hbf to Deutschkreutz, departing Wien Meidling on Mondays to Fridays at 15:53 (REX7642), 16:53 (REX7646) and 17:53 (REX7650).
  • Trains between Ebenfurth and Wien which are diverted over the Wampersdorf - Gramatneusiedl line because of engineering work on the Pottendorfer Linie and call at Wien Meidling
  • Since 1 August 2020, two daily RegioJet train pairs between Praha, Wien and Budapest. Note that the next stop towards Budapest from Wien Meidling is Hegyeshalom (HU).

The three scheduled Innere Aspangbahn services to and from Wiener Neustadt that formerly ran via this route as far as Abzw Felixdorf now run via Wien Grillgasse.

To reach the Ostbahn from Oberlaa there are two possible routes, a direct curve to the north of Kledering station and a new flying junction to the north of Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf station, reached via the loop line through Wien Zvbf Ost.

The scheduled evening peak Deutschkreutz trains use the direct curve to Kledering.

Diverted Pottendorfer Linie services may use either route. Persistence may be required to have both routes.

It is not known which route RegioJet services use so any information would be welcomed by the compilers.

Wien Hütteldorf – Unter Purkersdorf

[110] (ERA 126A3 & 133A4; 23D3, 106A1) AT20/9

There are two routes between these stations - a route in tunnel on the northern side of the formation via Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf, and a surface route via Wien Weidlingau.

REX services between Wien Westbahnhof and St. Pölten, which are not booked to call at intermediate stations between Purkersdorf Zentrum and Wien Hütteldorf, use the tunnel route whereas S50 trains to/from Unter Purkersdorf or beyond use the surface route.

The tunnel route joins the Neue Westbahn from Tullnerfeld at Abzw. Knoten Hadersdorf. Services between the Neue Westbahn and Wien Westbahnhof (Westbahn and semi-fast Amstetten trains) use the same eastern ramp at Wien Hütteldorf.

Korneuburg – Ernstbrunn

(ERA 64/B4; 24A2-14A3) AT20/10

One return trip, operated by Regiobahn and branded as Nostalgieexpress Leiser Berge, runs on this branch every Saturday from 9 May to 31 October. Trains run through from Wien Praterstern, departing at 09:14, and return from Ernstbrunn at 16:45. Further details are on the Regiobahn website.

Tulln avoiding line: Tulln Donaubrücke – Tulln Stadt

[903] (ERA 126A3; 23B2) AT20/11

This curve is used by the following services:

SSuX R21182 Wien Floridsdorf – 05:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
R21222 Wiener Neustadt Hbf – 06:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf - Tullnerfeld
SSuX R21974 Stockerau – 07:58 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
R21980 Stockerau – 17:00 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
SSuX R21982 Stockerau – 18:00 Absdorf-Hippersdorf – Tullnerfeld
SSuX R21971 Tullnerfeld – 06:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
R21973 Tullnerfeld – 07:56 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
SSuX R21981 Tullnerfeld – 16:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
R21983 Tullnerfeld – 17:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau
SSuX R21985 Tullnerfeld – 18:53 Tulln Stadt – Stockerau

St. Valentin avoiding line: Enns (Abzw St. Valentin 11) – St. Pantaleon (Abzw Mauthausen 1)

[100, 133] (ERA 124C2; 19D3) AT20/12

This curve, opened in 2005, is used by direct trains between Linz Hbf and St. Nikola-Struden, which run SSuX. These are shown in Table 133 as not calling at St. Valentin.

Traun – Marchtrenk

[101, 140] (ERA 124B2; 19A3 - 18D3) AT20/13

This route provides an alternative to the Linz - Wels main line, allowing slower trains to be overtaken. The following trains use this route:

SSuO REX3205 Linz Hbf – 07:34 Traun - Grünau im Almtal
SSuX REX1790 Linz Hbf – 13:32 Traun - Schärding
SSuX REX5910 Linz Hbf – 15:32 Traun - Passau
SSuX REX5984 Linz Hbf – 17:58 Traun - Simbach (Inn)
SSuX REX3204 Grünau im Almtal – 07:37 Marchtrenk – Linz Hbf

Wels - Marchtrenk via Wels Vbf

[101] (ERA 124B2, 18C3 - D3) AT20/14

This route via Wels Vbf (Verschiebebahnhof / marshalling yard) is used every day by one overnight service:

NJ491/40421 Hamburg-Altona/Düsseldorf Hbf - 06:18 Wels Hbf - Wien Hbf

Local services between Wels and Marchtrenk may be diverted over this route if the main Westbahn is blocked.

Lambach avoiding line: Gunskirchen (Abzw Umfahrung Lambach) – Lambach Markt

[101] (ERA 124B2; 18B4) AT20/15

A tunnel avoiding Lambach is used by all trains between Wels Hbf and Attnang-Puchheim not booked to call at Lambach. These comprise all IC, ICE, Railjet/Railjet Xpress, Westbahn and Nightjet services. All local R and REX services run via Lambach.

Salzburg Hbf – Salzburg Sam (Salzburg Mitte) via diveunder line

[200, 220] (ERA 62C4; 30C, 102A) AT20/16

This route from Salzburg Hbf to the Bischofshofen line is only available from the low-numbered platforms at Salzburg Hbf. It runs to the west of the Westbahn towards Linz, then dives under the Westbahn to join the curve to the Bischofshofen line at Salzburg Mitte.

The following services are booked to depart from platforms 1 or 2 so can be expected to use this curve:

IC513 08:15 Salzburg Hbf - Graz Hbf
RJ596 Wien Flughafen - 12:12 Salzburg Hbf - Klagenfurt Hbf
IC611 16:15 Salzburg Hbf - Graz Hbf
REX1524 17:08 Salzburg Hbf - Wörgl Hbf
RJ698 Wien Flughafen - 18:12 Salzburg Hbf - Klagenfurt Hbf
REX1528 19:08 Salzburg Hbf - Wörgl Hbf
SSuX REX5098 21:15 Salzburg Hbf - Bad Gastein

Trains in the opposite direction generally run to higher-numbered platforms, so do not use this route. However EC112 Klagenfurt Hbf - 13:27 Golling-Abtenau - Frankfurt (Main) Hbf is booked to arrive in Salzburg Hbf on platform 2, so may go this way.

Wörgl Kundl (Abzw Wörgl 2U) – Volders-Baumkirchen (Abzw FW2) (Neue Unterinntalbahn)

[300] (ERA 128C4-B3; 38C4-56C2) AT20/17

This line, opened in December 2012, is mostly in tunnel, parallel with the old Westbahn. About half of Railjet Xpress services run non-stop between Wörgl and Innsbruck, so use the entire length of the line. The remaining Railjet Xpress and all EC services call at Jenbach and so run via the old Westbahn between Jenbach and Wörgl, normally joining or leaving the Neue Unterinntalbahn by using crossovers west of Jenbach station, at Knoten Stans (Abzw Jenbach 2U).

Bruck an der Mur avoiding line: Pernegg (Bruck Übelstein) – Oberaich (Bruck Stadtwald)

[501, 600] (ERA 131B4; 66B2) AT20/18

This east to west curve enables trains to run between Graz and Leoben without reversal at Bruck an der Mur. It is used by services shown in table 600 as not calling at Bruck an der Mur. These comprise IC/EC services to/from Graz, generally every two hours, and REX services between Graz and Leoben in the morning and evening peaks.

St. Michael avoiding line: Leoben Hbf (St. Michael Ost) – Kraubath (St. Michael West)

[600] (ERA 131A4; 65D2-C2) AT20/19

This east to west chord of the St. Michael triangle enables trains to run between Leoben and Knittelfeld without reversal at St. Michael station. All Railjet, IC/EC and Nightjet services which run non-stop between Leoben and Knittelfeld or Klagenfurt use this route, also one westbound REX service at 17:58 from Leoben.

St. Michael – Kraubath (St. Michael West)

[600] (ERA 131A4; 65C2) AT20/20

This north to west chord of the St. Michael triangle is used by the hourly local services between Bruck an der Mur or Mürzzuschlag and Unzmarkt or Friesach, which reverse in St Michael station. There are no through trains between the Selzthal line and Knittelfeld.

Villach St Ruprecht (Villach Hbf Ostbahnhof) – Villach Westbahnhof (via Villach Hbf high-level line)

[651] (ERA 130B1; 97C2) AT20/21

S2 services from Feldkirchen in Kärnten at 14 minutes past each odd hour from 11:14 until 19:14 run through to Rosenbach via Villach Hbf high-level platform 8, thus doing the whole length of the high-level line. Other S2 services at 56 minutes past each even hour from Villach Hbf start from platform 8, so only do the western half of the route.

Services from Rosenbach towards Feldkirchen or St Veit an der Glan are booked to use platform 6 in the main station, but may occasionally use platform 8 if no suitable low-level platform is available.

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Puch b. Villach (Abzw Gummern 2) - Villach Westbahnhof (Abzw Draubrücke)

[220, 601] (ERA 130B1; 97C2) AT20/22

This north to south connection (the Tauernschleife) avoiding Villach Hbf links the Drautalbahn via Spittal-Millstättersee with the line via Villach Westbahnhof to Rosenbach or Tarvisio Boscoverde. It is used by one weekday S1 service:

D SX S1 4931 Spittal-Millstättersee - 07:07 Puch bei Villach - Villach Warmbad

If the Brenner route is blocked by engineering work, certain EC trains between München and Italy may be diverted this way.

Obscure services: Lines used on an occasional basis

Neue Westbahn: Knoten Wagram – Knoten Rohr (Güterzugumfahrung St. Pölten)

(ERA 126A3 - 125C3; 22A3 - C3) AT20/25

This freight avoiding line, which runs mainly in tunnel on a completely new alignment to the south of St. Pölten, opened in December 2017. It is used occasionally, especially at holiday periods, by relief trains to allow them to be overtaken. These have generally been westbound services but a few eastbound services have also run. All have used the connections at Knoten Wagram onto, or off, the Neue Westbahn.

The following services were booked to operate over this route during the Christmas period in 2019:

D1 FO D19784 Wien Hbf - 12:42 Wien Meidling - Dornbirn
D2 SO D19786 Wien Hbf - 09:42 Wien Meidling - Dornbirn

D1: 20 December 2019

D2: 21 December 2019

This entry will be updated if details of further planned services become known.


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Wampersdorf - Gramatneusiedl

(ERA 126B2 & 133C1; 36B3-2) AT20/26

As this route now has regular scheduled services, this entry has been moved to the main Obscure Services section as AT20/8A.

Lanzendorf-Rannersdorf – Wien Meidling via Abzw. Zvbf Ost and Oberlaa

(ERA 133B3; 106D3-107B3) AT20/27

This entry has been merged with main Obscure Services entry AT20/8B.

Wien Meidling (Inzersdorf Ort) – Kledering

(ERA 133B3; 106D3-107B3) AT20/28

As this route now has regular scheduled services, this entry has been moved to the main Obscure Services section as AT20/8B.

Salzburg avoiding line: Salzburg Maria Plain (Abzw. Hallwang-Elixhausen 3 (Kasern)) - Salzburg Gnigl Vbf - Salzburg Parsch (Salzburg Gnigl)

(ERA 62C4; 30C and 102A) AT20/29

This curve allows trains between Wels and the Bischofshofen line to avoid Salzburg Hbf. This diversion was booked to be used by the following trains:

D1 SSuO NJ447 Bregenz - 03:41 MSuO Salzburg Süd - Wien Hbf ARZ
D1 SSuO NJ446 Wien Hbf ARZ - 01:24 MSuO Vocklabrück- Bregenz

D1: Nights of 23/24 February and 20/21 June

Innsbruck avoiding line: Volders-Baumkirchen (Abzw Fritzens-Wattens 2) – Inntaltunnel – Unterberg-Stefansbrücke (Abzw Innsbruck 1; Gärberbach)

(ERA 63/B1; 60B-60C) AT20/30

This line via the Inntaltunnel, which is normally banned to passenger trains, was opened in 1994. It may be used when there is engineering work at Innsbruck Hbf, for diversions of EC services between München and Italy routed via the Brenner line. This occurred for the first time from July to September 2018.

Bregenz avoiding line: Hard-Fussach (Lauterach West) – Wolfurt (Lauterach Süd)

[401] (ERA 127A4; 52B2) AT20/31

This curve enables trains to run between St. Margrethen and Feldkirch without reversal at Bregenz. It is used for diversions when the Buchs SG – Feldkirch line is closed for engineering works, which usually occurs in late April and early May. Diverted trains may also use the Romanshorn avoiding line in Switzerland.

Trams

See Austria - Tram services over obscure routes

Other sparse services

The following lines have few trains (relative to service levels generally in this country) – fewer than five trains each way on at least three days a week – or do not run each weekday:

130/131 Weißenbach-St.Gallen - Selzthal Two weekend train pairs only
532 Feldbach – Bad Gleichenberg
801 Gmünd NÖ – Groß Gerungs
802 Gmünd NÖ – Litschau
802 Altnagelberg - Heidenreichstein
811 Krems a. d. Donau - Emmersdorf a. d. Donau Weekends only in spring and autumn, daily in the summer.
941 Retz - Drosendorf Weekends only
340 (SŽ) Bleiburg – Holmec (Slovenia)

The following lines do not have service throughout the winter:

173 St. Wolfgang Schafbergbf - Schafbergspitze
311 Jenbach - Achensee Seespitz
523 Puchberg am Schneeberg – Hochschneeberg (Schneebergbahn)
801 Gmünd NÖ – Groß Gerungs
802 Gmünd NÖ – Litschau
802 Altnagelberg - Heidenreichstein
811 Krems a. d. Donau - Emmersdorf a. d. Donau
941 Retz - Drosendorf

Deletions since previous edition

133 St Nikola-Struden - Sarmingstein Service withdrawn
152 Haiding – Aschach an der Donau Service withdrawn
Club Florianerbahn St.Florian – Pichling See (900 mm gauge) No services on this preserved line for several years

See also