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Railway line legend

Key to symbols
Colour scheme
Heavy rail or freight line Light rail or metro line
In use Not in use Tunnel In use Not in use Tunnel
Terminus
Major station
Station accessible to the disabled
Unstaffed/minor station accessible to the disabled
Station with limited service (e.g. local only, no express)
Unstaffed/minor station
Unstaffed/minor station with limited service (e.g. local only, no express)
Closed or planned station on open line
Interchange station (with suburban or light rail network)
Interchange station (with suburban or light rail network) accessible to the disabled
Closed or planned interchange station on open line
Depot or freight station
Closed or planned depot or freight station on open line
Junction to a closed or a planned line
Junction
Bridge over another line
Bridge under another line
Flat crossing
Interchange station on junction (undefined structure)
High level station
Triangular junction
Cross-platform interchange
Transport hub or complex
Routes continuing off route map
One-way track(s) in specified direction
Interruption
Level crossing
Overbridge
Underbridge
Bridge across water
Motorway
Motorway (British symbol)
Single-lane road
Two-lane road
Tunnel
Underwater tunnel
Cutting
Elevated line
Embankment
Summit
Change of mileage or kilometrage
Border or fare zone
Customs
Passing loop
Passing siding
Track switch/crossover
Siding
Station with parking
Ferry (integral part of route)
Station serving wharf/ferry (independent)
Station serving airport
Station serving heliport
Station with interchange to bus, minibus, trolleybus or coach
Station with interchange to conventional long-distance train
Station with interchange to high-speed train
Station with interchange to metro/subway
Station with interchange to tram or light rail
Station with interchange to aerial tram or cable-car
Station with interchange to funicular or rack railway
Station with interchange to rail museum or heritage railway
Station with interchange to monorail
Line end on open line

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