1904 in the history of railway transport
|1904 in the history of railway transport|
|1901 1902 1903 - 1904 - 1905 1906 1907|
|Other topics in 1904|
- In March, the first stage of the second Catherine road (with a total length of 683 versts) was launched, the Karavannaya – Ilovaisk section.
- The modern building of the Vitebsk railway station in St. Petersburg was built .
- August 1 (14), 1904 - Traffic on the line St. Petersburg - Vitebsk was opened  .
- In August, the second turn of the second Catherine road was launched on the line from Debaltseve to Alexandrovsk .
- November 11 (24), 1904 - Traffic was opened on the section Zilan - Tukkum (Zilany - Tukums), the Moscow-Vindava railway  .
- A railway was built in Mali . 
- Railway construction began in Jordan . 
- At the border station Novoselitsa (now the Chernivtsi branch of the Lviv Railway ), a device was first put into operation for the non-reloading “transfer” of cars from the Russian gauge (1524 mm) to the Austrian (1435 mm) and vice versa.
New rolling stock
- In Germany, the Borzig steam locomotive No. 05 was tested, reaching a record speed of 201 kilometers per hour. 
- "Satellite along the Moscow-Vindava railway." Moscow. T-in "Seal of S. P. Yakovlev", 1909, Page 5.
- Rail transport: Encyclopedia / Ch. ed. N. S. Konarev . - M .: Great Russian Encyclopedia , 1994 .-- 559 p. - ISBN 5-85270-115-7 .