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Danes depart from Swedish overnight train plans

A passenger on a Danish night train in 1997. File photo: Henning Bagger / Ritzau Scanpix

Published: 16.Jul.2019 12:59 hrs

Denmark's national rail operator DSB has poured cold water on the prospect put forward by Sweden to expand its overnight connections to European destinations.

Sweden has recently mooted the idea of expanding its international rail departures to increase overnight connections to European destinations.

The overnight trains would offer a climate-friendly alternative to flying to destinations such as Berlin and Paris.

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