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Old November 8th, 2010, 08:39 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Alseimik View Post
Hi everybody.

I'm playing a little around in GoogleEarth, and are drawing lines for rails, trams, light rail and metro, at places i think they are needed. But its starting to get a bit more serious, so if anybody could tell me some details of rails, as with the title, i know the rail width of 1435 mm in Europe, but for the train? The suburb in Denmark are using extra width trains, which have 6 seats in a row! So I want to know more about these things!
The S-trains uses a rail width of 1435mm, like all other rail in Denmark.

The central part of the body has just been expanded to the absolute maximum allowed in Denmark, to fit up to 6 people in a row.

The maximum width for trains in Denmark is 3,24 metres just above the rail, and slightly more a metre above ground. The S-train is 3600mm wide.

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