Rail transport in New Ingerland

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Rail transport in New Ingerland has established itself as an integral part of the national transport system. Today, the railway networks consists of 0 miles (0 km) of track linking the major urban centres and the two major islands by way of the Inter-island Ferry system. Despite a strong focus on bulk freight and commodities, the passenger railway network remains an integral part of national public transportation in New Ingerland, with regular daily services operating across the country in a fleet of modern vehicles. Urban railway services operate in the major centres of Kingsbury, Port Frederick, Corfe Harbour, and Williamsdene.

History

The modern railway, as we know it today, emerged in Ingerland in the 1820s.

Whilst the Ingerish railways were an exclusively private sector affair, railway services in the antipodes swiftly became the responsibility of the colonial governments.

Administration and operation

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