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==(Šeštokai -) Mockava LG - Trakiszki PKP (- Suwałki)==
 
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[D] PKP works to Šeštokai on standard gauge tracks, which are interlaced with broad gauge [1520mm] from Mockava with one daytime train pair from Warszawa to Suwałki and Šeštokai, with connections from/to Kaunas. There is a "SUW2000" gauge changing system at Mockava but this was used only by the overnight passenger train pair which was withdrawn after 28 May 2005 and replaced by a road service, which itself was withdrawn in 2012. As part of the "Rail Baltica" freight corridor project, work is underway extending the standard gauge tracks initially to Kaunas.
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[D] Services have been withdrawn whilst the "Rail Baltica" freight corridor project work is underway extending the standard gauge tracks initially to Kaunas. Previously PKP works to Šeštokai on standard gauge tracks, which are interlaced with broad gauge [1520mm] from Mockava on the one daytime train pair from Warszawa to Suwałki and Šeštokai, with connections from/to Kaunas. There is a "SUW2000" gauge changing system at Mockava but this was used only by the overnight passenger train pair which was withdrawn after 28 May 2005 and replaced by a road service, which itself was withdrawn in 2012.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:30, 6 April 2015

(Šeštokai -) Mockava LG - Trakiszki PKP (- Suwałki)

[D] Services have been withdrawn whilst the "Rail Baltica" freight corridor project work is underway extending the standard gauge tracks initially to Kaunas. Previously PKP works to Šeštokai on standard gauge tracks, which are interlaced with broad gauge [1520mm] from Mockava on the one daytime train pair from Warszawa to Suwałki and Šeštokai, with connections from/to Kaunas. There is a "SUW2000" gauge changing system at Mockava but this was used only by the overnight passenger train pair which was withdrawn after 28 May 2005 and replaced by a road service, which itself was withdrawn in 2012.

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