Railway Electric Traction - Unit Types - Multi-system Units - Czech Republic and Slovakia

Czech Republic and Slovakia

In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the railways have both 3,000 V DC and 25 kV AC systems but there are no switching stations - the two systems meet at breaks on overhead wires. Only two of the breaks (Kutná Hora and Nedakonice) are in stations.

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