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This curve enables trains to run between the Brescia and Trento lines without having to reverse at Verona Porta Nuova. [http://www.ferrovieturistiche.it Ferrovie Turistiche Italiane] has to run excursions in November and December from Milano and Lecco to the Christmas market at Trento via this route.
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This curve enables trains to run between the Brescia and Trento lines without having to reverse at Verona Porta Nuova. [http://www.ferrovieturistiche.it Ferrovie Turistiche Italiane] has run excursions in November and December from Milano and Lecco to the Christmas market at Trento via this route.
 
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Revision as of 22:14, 13 June 2019

Introduction

This list is based on the timetable in force from 9 June to 14 December 2019. Several companies publish railway timetables in Italy, but table numbers quoted here are from In Treno Tutt'Italia, the official Trenitalia book. Standard abbreviations are explained in General Information. Map references relate to the Schweers+Wall Atlante ferroviario d’Italia e Slovenia.

Two useful symbols exist which show the booked route for trains not calling at a station: in the middle of the train column, a vertical bar "|" means that the train passes through the station without stopping, whereas a dot "." means that the train does not pass through that station but instead takes a different route.

Obscure services

Domegliara-S Ambrogio (Bivio S Massimo) - Verona Porta Nuova

[50] (137B4) IT19/31

There are two routes from the Trento line into Verona Porta Nuova, which divide at Bivio S Massimo. The connection used by most trains joins the Brescia line from the north.

The alternative route passes beneath the Brescia line and joins the line from Bologna at Verona Porta Nuova Scalo. This is used by trains between the Trento line and platforms 10, 11 and 12 at Porta Nuova. Through trains between the Bologna and Trento lines mostly use this route.

Verona west-south avoiding line: Castelnuovo del Garda (Bivio Fenilone) – Buttapietra or Dossobuono (Bivio S. Lucia)

[12, 51, 186] (137B4) IT19/32

This curve enables trains to run between the Brescia and Bologna lines without having to reverse at Verona Porta Nuova. It is used between June and August by a train pair between Bergamo and Pesaro.

D1 R1771 Bergamo - 08:17 Brescia - Pesaro
D1 R1770 Pesaro - 21:01 Nogara - Bregamo

D1: 9 June to 25 August 2019

Verona west-north avoiding line: Castelnuovo del Garda (Bivio Fenilone) – Domegliara-S.Ambroglio (Bivio S. Massimo)

[12, 50] (137B4) IT19/33

This curve enables trains to run between the Brescia and Trento lines without having to reverse at Verona Porta Nuova. Ferrovie Turistiche Italiane has run excursions in November and December from Milano and Lecco to the Christmas market at Trento via this route. Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.

Verona 3.jpg


Buttapietra or Dossobuono (Bivio S. Lucia) - Verona Porta Nuova

[50] (137B4) IT19/34

There are two routes from the Bologna and Mantova lines into Verona Porta Nuova, which divide at Bivio S Lucia. One route runs south of the locomotive depot via Verona Porta Nuova Scalo and the other runs on an embankment north of the locomotive depot. All platforms are accessible from the embankment line. Most trains use platforms 7 or 8 at Verona Porta Nuova and mostly appear to use the embankment route. Any using higher-numbered platforms may run via Porta Nuova Scalo, but the embankment line appears preferred for terminating trains. Through trains between the Bologna and Trento lines mostly use this route. See route IT19/31 for exceptions.

Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.

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Castelnuovo del Garda (Bivio Fenilone) - Verona Porta Nuova

[12] (137B4) IT19/35

There is a route between Verona Porta Nuova and the main line to Brescia and Milano via Verona Porta Nuova Scalo. Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.

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It may be used by trains to and from platforms 10, 11 and 12 at Verona Porta Nuova (on the south side of the station), but there are few of these:

D2 ITA8931 Bergamo - 06:27 Brescia - Napoli Centrale
D SSuX R2092 06:55 Verona Porta Nuova - Milano Centrale
D3 SX EN232 Wien Hbf - 07:00 SuX Verona Porta Nuova - Milano Centrale
D3 SuX R2058 07:45 Verona Porta Nuova - Milano Centrale
SSuO R1703 19:23 Verona Porta Nuova - Lecco

D2: Italo high-speed train on which Trenitalia tickets are not valid

D3: Train runs via the main line and not via Porta Nuova Scalo on Sunday mornings

Note that train R2060, 08:40 Verona Porta Nuova to Milano Centrale appears from Trenitalia timetables to take longer than usual between Verona and Peschiera del Garda, but it does not use this route. It is looped at Peschiera del Garda for six minutes in order to be overtaken by a following train.

The compilers would welcome reports of current platform use at Verona and of use of this route in particular.

Venezia avoiding line: Venezia Mestre Ospedale or Venezia Carpenedo (Confluenza UD/TS) - Mira-Marano (G.S. Mestre AC)

[14, 55] (138B3) IT19/36

This curve is used by trains between the Treviso or Trieste and Padova lines to avoid reversal at Venezia Mestre.Click on the thumbnail for a full size map.

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The following trains use this route:-

EN295 München Hbf - 22:02 Salzburg Hbf - Roma Termini
EN233 19:23 Wien Hbf - Milano Centrale
D WFO EN1237 20:23 Wien Hbf - Livorno Centrale
EN234 Milano Centrale - 23:44 Padova - Wien Hbf
D ThSO EN1236 Livorno Centrale - 23:49 Padova - Wien Hbf
EN294 Roma Termini - 22:57 Bologna Centrale - München Hbf

See also