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Estonian Railways invests to meet modern requirements

Posted: 23 May 2013 | Ahti Asmann, Chairman of the Management Board – General Director, AS Eesti Raudtee | No comments yet

The railway in Estonia has been expected to keep up with many requirements over its 142-year history, during which time there have been many key events and rapid developments – through wars, shifts of governments and regimes, development of technology, privatisation and re-nationalisation – the railway has worked at its own pace. Estonian rail infrastructure now runs to neighbouring countries and the noisy steam locomotives have been replaced by quiet fast trains; but the railway has not lost its essence. AS Eesti Raudtee – Estonian Railways – has now reached a new milestone. The sums invested in the railway have never been so large, and the railway infrastructure has never been in such good condition as it is today.

The railway in Estonia has been expected to keep up with many requirements over its 142-year history, during which time there have been many key events and rapid developments – through wars, shifts of governments and regimes, development of technology, privatisation and re-nationalisation – the railway has worked at its own pace. Estonian rail infrastructure now runs to neighbouring countries and the noisy steam locomotives have been replaced by quiet fast trains; but the railway has not lost its essence. AS Eesti Raudtee – Estonian Railways – has now reached a new milestone. The sums invested in the railway have never been so large, and the railway infrastructure has never been in such good condition as it is today.

The railway in Estonia has been expected to keep up with many requirements over its 142-year history, during which time there have been many key events and rapid developments – through wars, shifts of governments and regimes, development of technology, privatisation and re-nationalisation – the railway has worked at its own pace. Estonian rail infrastructure now runs to neighbouring countries and the noisy steam locomotives have been replaced by quiet fast trains; but the railway has not lost its essence. AS Eesti Raudtee – Estonian Railways – has now reached a new milestone. The sums invested in the railway have never been so large, and the railway infrastructure has never been in such good condition as it is today.

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