Latvian Railways

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Latvian Railway was started as a company on 2 September 1991. It is owned by the government. Before that was the Latvian Railway Board (Latvian Railways) which started on 5 August 1919.

Railways were first built in Latvia in the 1860s. They were damaged in the first and second world wars.[1]

In 1992 there were 2,364 kilometres (1,469 mi) of railway lines and 23,000 workers.

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  1. "Latvijas Republikas valsts uzņēmums "Latvijas dzelzceļi" 1919. – 1940". Latvijas dzelzceļš (in Latvian). 2014-03-10. Retrieved 2023-05-17.

Other websites[change | change source]

Official website