|Termini|| Holbæk |
|Rolling stock||LINT 41|
|Line length||49.4 km (30.7 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|Operating speed||75 km/h|
The Holbæk Line (Danish: Holbækbanen) is a 49.4 km (30.7 mi) long standard gauge single track local passenger railway line linking Holbæk with the town of Nykøbing Sjælland in the northwestern part of the island of Zealand some fifty km west of Copenhagen9, Denmark. It takes its name after the Odsherred peninsula. Train services on the Odsherred Line are operated by the railway company Lokaltog.
The railway line was built as a result of the Danish Railway Act of 1894. It was created to strengthen the economic development in Odsherred following the reclamnation of Lammefjorden. The original intention was to build a station or halt in each of the civil parishes that contributed to its financing. Holbæk County Council was granted a Concession on the railway on 6 May 1896. Construction began the following year and it opened on 18 May 1899. The operator was Odsherreds Jernbane (OHJ).
OHJ operated the railway until May 2003 when it merged with Høng-Tølløse Jernbane under the name Vestsjællands Lokalbaner and with headquarters in Holbæk. From 1 January 2009, the operations were taken over by Regionstog A/S and on 1 January 2015 it was merged with Lokalbanen under the name Lokaltog.
Trains on the Odsherred Line are operated by the railway company Lokaltog.
Several station buildings drawn by Heinrich Wenck
Odsherred is a peninsula in the north-western part of the island Zealand (Sjælland) in Denmark. Odsherred stretches from the Sjællands Odde in the north-west to the now drained Lammefjord in the south, covering an area with a wide range of the most typical Danish landscapes: long sandy beaches, small rolling hills and farming. The peninsula is served by the railway Odsherredsbanen, which runs through the most important towns, including Nykøbing Sjælland, Asnæs and Hørve.
Vestsjællands Lokalbaner A/S was a Danish railway company. It existed from 2003 to 2009.
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The Gribskov Line or the Gribskov Railway is a local passenger railway line in North Zealand north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Nykøbing Sjælland is a town in Denmark, located in northern Odsherred on the island of Zealand. Located on the Isefjord, it has a population of 5,095. It is located in Odsherred municipality which is part of Region Sjælland. The town is a popular seaside resort.
Regionstog A/S was a Danish railway company responsible for train operation on three private railway lines in Region Zealand: the Tølløse Line, the East Line and the Lolland Line. It was established in 2009 when Vestsjællands Lokalbaner A/S, Østbanen and Lollandsbanen A/S where merged. It merged with Lokalbanen A/S in 2015 to form the railway company Lokaltog A/S. Regionstog had administrative offices in Maribo and Holbæk.
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Lokaltog A/S is a Danish railway company responsible for train operation and related passenger services on nine local railways on the islands of Zealand, Lolland and Falster in Denmark. The company was formed on 1 July 2015 as a merger of Lokalbanen A/S and Regionstog A/S. Movia owns a part of Lokaltog, whereas buses are owned by companies, subcontractors, that are paid by this transit agency to drive according to contract.
The Frederiksværk Line is a 39.0 km (24.2 mi) long standard gauge single track local passenger railway line in North Zealand, Denmark. It runs between Hillerød and Hundested. The name Frederiksværkbanen refers to the town Frederiksværk between Hillerød and Hundested.
The Tølløse Line (previously Høng-Tølløse Jernbane is a 50.8 km long standard gauge single track local passenger railway line between Tølløse and Slagelse in the western part of the island of Zealand, Denmark. It runs from Tølløse station on the Northwest Line to Slagelse station on the Copenhagen–Fredericia/Taulov Line, through a mainly rural area.
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Græsted South is a railway halt serving the southern part of the town of Græsted in North Zealand, Denmark.
Sjællandske Medier is a regional Danish media company with activities on the island of Zealand and headquarters in Ringsted, Denmark. It publishes the newspapers Dagbladet, Frederiksborg amtsavis and Sjællandkse as well as a number of local weekly publications and has also activities in local radio and television, advertisement and book publishing.
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Østbanen is a Danish local railway in the eastern part of Zealand. Østbanen started operations on 1 July 1879. It is today part of Lokaltog, a railway company operating nine local railways on the islands of Zealand, Lolland and Falster.