Railways through Europe maps and interoperabilty
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Thanks to:
André Sintzoff, Alan Reekie, Rian v.d. Borgt, Max Hovens, Bob Visser, Arie van Zon, Claude Samyn, Maarten Batenburg, Claude Binamé, Jean-Louis Couvreur, Arno Verhagen, Walter S.A. ter Maten, Ruud Schepers, Maarten Deen, Holger Kötting and Theodor Smeets

2011-11-16
Updates:
Netherlands
Section Zuidbroek - Veendam reopened to passenger traffic (square I2).
Belgium:
"Diabolo" lines (new lines Bruxelles - Mechelen and antenna to Bruxelles Nationaal Luchthaven) under construction (D9).
Luxembourg:
Line Luxembourg - Pétange under doubling (G13).
Thanks to Walter ter Maten.

2009-12-17
Updates:
High speed line (Amsterdam) Hoofddorp - Rotterdam opened to passenger traffic (squares D/E-5/6).
High speed line (Rotterdam) - Barendrecht (NL) - Noorderkempen (BE) - (Antwerpen) opened to passenger traffic (D/E-6/7).

2009-07-26
Updates:
Short freight only non electrified line south of Den Helder closed, removed from the map (square E3)
"Hanzelijn" Lelystad - Zwolle under construction (F/G-4)
Station Mook renamed Mook-Middelaar (G6)
Thanks to Marco van Uden.
Correction:
Freight only line Raeren - Stolberg (DE) not under real reconstruction, removed from the map (G/H-9/10)

2009-07-12
Updates:
Tourist line Maldegem - Balgerhoek extended to Eeklo (square B8)
Freight line Gent - Moerbeke shortened (C8)
Station Norderkempen added (E7)
High Speed Line Antwerpen - Norderkempen opened to passenger traffic.
Freight only line Raeren - Stolberg (DE) under reconstruction (G/H-9/10)
Thanks to Bavo Lens.

2009-04-07
Updates:
On high speed lines Antwerpen - Barendrecht - (Rotterdam) and Rotterdam - Hoofddorp, works are finished, shown as open to freight traffic until official opening (squares D-E/6-8)
Bardendrecht area corrected (D6)
Thanks to Jasper Lievaart

2009-02-16
Update:
Line Quévy - Hautmont (France) closed to passenger traffic (square C11).
Thanks to Stefan Bartholomae.

2008-12-11
Updates:
Line Montzen - Aachen West electrified (square G9).
Double track freight only line North of Genk (to Genk Goederen) electrified (square F9).
Thanks to Alexander Kirfel and "Ron" from Genk.

2008-12-07
Updates:
Lines Trois Ponts - Bütgenbach and Weywertz - Sourbrodt dismantled, removed from the map (squares G10 - H10).
Heritage railway Ciney - Dorinne-Durnal extended to Purnode (E10).
Line Leuze - Frasnes-les-Anvaing out of use, removed from the map (C10).
Thanks to Alexander Kirfel.
Letters/Numbers grid added on the side of the map.

2008-02-29
Correction:
Barendrecht - Europoort freight line electrified in 25 kV 50 Hz.
Thanks to Manfred Herbener.

2007-12-11
Update:
Line Barendrecht - Zevenaar ("Betuwelijn") electrified in 25 kV 50 Hz.
Thanks to Manfred Herbener.
Adding of station Zoetermeer Centrum West.
Adding of station Zoetermeer Javalaan.
Extension of RandstadRail toward Zoetermeer Javalaan.
Opening of the new line north of Antwerpen Centraal (through services).
Thanks to Joseph Redford.

2007-11-04
Update:
RandstadRail line Den Haag - Zoetermeer loop open to passenger traffic.
Thanks to Joseph Redford.

2007-09-22
Corrections:
Adding of station Jette North-West of Bruxelles
Bruxelles Midi- Jette sees one passenger train in this way.
Update:
RandstadRail line (Rotterdam Hofplein) - Nootdorp - Den Haag Centraal open to passenger traffic.
Thanks to Joseph Redford.

2007-08-18
Corrections:
Adding of station Hoofddorp (Netherlands)
New high speed line "Zuid" under construction will reach Hoofddorp.
Update:
"Hanzelijn" Lelystad - Zwolle planned (construction started).
Thanks to Menno de Jong.

2007-08-12
Corrections:
Adding of station Raeren (Belgium).
Adding of freight only line Eupen - Raeren.
Update:
Maastricht - Lanaken under reconstruction.
Thanks to Ruud Schepers.

2007-06-29
Update:
Line Barendrecht - Zevenaar ("Betuwelijn") opened to freight traffic.
Thanks to Marco van Uden.

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