You can find on this page the Stockholm trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Stockholm trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Stockholm in Sweden.
Stockholm Central Station has train connections to many Swedish cities as well as to Oslo, Norway and Copenhagen, Denmark as its mentioned in Stockholm train map. The popular X 2000 service to Gothenburg takes three hours.

Stockholm rail map

Map of Stockholm trains

The Stockholm rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Stockholm trains. This railway map of Stockholm will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Stockholm commuter rail (Swedish: Stockholms pendeltåg) is the commuter rail system in Stockholm County, Sweden. The system is an important part of the public transport in Stockholm, and is controlled by Stockholm Transport; the trains are operated under contract by Stockholmståg as you can see in Stockholm rail map. The tracks are state-owned and administered by the Swedish Transport Administration.

There are three lines in the Stockholm commuter rail system. There are two long lines across the county which run through central Stockholm: route J35 runs from Nynäshamn in the southeast to Bålsta in the northwest, and J36 connects Södertälje in the southwest with Märsta in the north as its shown in Stockholm rail map. The shorter route J37 in the southwest connects Gnesta to Södertälje.

The total track length of the Stockholm rail system is 200 kilometers (120 mi). Because of the short station platforms and the lack of passing loops on the single-track portion of the Nynäs railway south of Västerhaninge, a train change takes place in Västerhaninge, so that Västerhaninge-Nynäshamn is in reality its own line as its mentioned in Stockholm rail map. Platform lengthening and the construction of passing loops are planned to be completed in the fall of 2008.