Greek tragedy unfolds

February 2011
Railway Gazette International;Feb2011, Vol. 167 Issue 2, p25
Trade Publication
The article examines the impact of the financial crisis in Greece on the railroad industry. A large part of Trainose's passenger services have been indefinitely suspended, affecting approximately 700 route kilometers and may result to the permanent closure of some routes. Lianokladi Stylida, Paleofársalos-Kalambáka, Edessa-Florina and Amíndeo Kozáni branches were among the regional services that have been withdrawn while international trains to Beograd, Budapest, Sofia, Bucuresti and Istanbul have been stopped.


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