European Rail Maps Website Showing Gauges and Voltages

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https://www.openrailwaymap.org/mobile.php?
Haven't used it for a bit but very detailed and can display a lot of info, not sure about freight vs passenger.
Needs patience while the overlay loads.

Just checked, and it doesn't show electrification unless I've missed something.

Several countries have their equivalent to the Prorail one, certainly SNCF do....
 
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I'm not aware of a real alternative to that website, but it might be worthwhile to have a look at the website of the network operators in various countries.
For example the Dutch network operator ProRail published the "Netverklaring" on their website in which one can find all kind of maps (for example electrification, structure gauges, maximum axle load) as of page 167. Although there is no map of gauges, probably as it is quite useless in a country which has the same gauge anywhere.
 

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I think what you are looking for(at least if you are prepared to pay for it) is the European Railway Atlas.
They sell a range of Atlases in PDF and printed form, all of which show track gauges and electrification. There are detailed regional versions which show every station and a whole-europe version without the minor stations.

The Czech Infrastructure Operator also has several different color coded maps, including electrfication: https://www.szdc.cz/o-nas/zeleznicni-mapy-cra
 

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I think what you are looking for(at least if you are prepared to pay for it) is the European Railway Atlas.
They sell a range of Atlases in PDF and printed form, all of which show track gauges and electrification. There are detailed regional versions which show every station and a whole-europe version without the minor stations.

The Czech Infrastructure Operator also has several different color coded maps, including electrfication: https://www.szdc.cz/o-nas/zeleznicni-mapy-cra
Yes, I have a copy of the European Railway Atlas and it is very useful for that type of thing.
 

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