Genoa
metro, funicular subway

Nicknamed the smallest subway in Europe, the 7.1 km km line utilizes an old trolley tunnel built in 1908. The tunnel was used for buses until the metro opened in 1990. The line has 8 stations, two of which are above ground. A map can be found here.

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A 7 station, 1.4 km funicular railway built in 1901 is the
Zecca - Righi funicular. Two stations on the Zecca-Righi are underground. Other funiculars are the 1.3 km Granarolo line, which is really a rack railway, and the 357 meter Sant' Anna funicular in Liguro.

Other electric traction in the area includes the 25 km
tourist railway from Genoa to Casella, and the Voltri-Nervi suburban line run by Trenitalia.

Photos generously provided by la Metropolitana Genovese

  Inside the Certosa tunnel

Certosa tunnel 1911

  Brin Station

 
Principe station

 
Dinegro station