Amber Train is back on track, this time with new potential
Image: Raul Mee, OperailRaul Mee/Operail
The Amber Train is back on track. On Tuesday 13 September, a train loaded with timber, peat and construction foam left the Estonian port of Muuga. On Wednesday morning, it arrived in Kaunas Multimodal Terminal in Lithuania. The new service provides a railway bridge between Scandinavia and Western Europe.
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