The Length: 165 km(map) 79 km(TSW2) From Wikipedia of the whole line: The Pisa-Genoa railway line is one of the main lines of the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane in Italy. The railway line runs along the Tyrrhenian Sea. From Genoa it crosses the entire Ligurian Levant, i.e. the section of Liguria to the east of Genoa, and reaches the city of Pisa via the Tuscan coastal landscape of Versilia. It is double-tracked throughout and connects Genoa, Pisa and the provincial capitals of Massa-Carrara and La Spezia. Further south, it connects to the Pisa-Rome railway line. The railway traffic is operated and controlled by the Sistema di Comando e Controllo (SCC) of the railway company Rete Ferroviaria Italiana. From its location in Pisa, the system organizes traffic on the section from Rome (Maccarese) to Sestri Levante, a rail network with a total length of 420 kilometers. From another location in Genoa (Teglia), SCC controls the Sestri Levante-Genoa line. The railway line was built in several sections between 1861 and 1874 and has a length of 165 kilometers.