Industrial locomotives and railways of Spain and Portugal by R. S. Fraser

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Published by Industrial Railway Society in South Ockendon (Essex) .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Spain,
  • Portugal,
  • Spain.,
  • Portugal.

Subjects:

  • Railroads, Industrial -- Spain -- Directories.,
  • Railroads, Industrial -- Portugal -- Directories.,
  • Locomotives -- Spain.,
  • Locomotives -- Portugal.

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementedited by R. S. Fraser.
SeriesPocket book, SP
ContributionsIndustrial Railway Society.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTF87 .F7
The Physical Object
Pagination[3], 86 p.
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5379432M
LC Control Number72381761

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Hardback, full colour throughout with pages, 54 maps and photographs. THE CHIEF ROUTES of the railways of Spain and Portugal are indicated on this map. In Spain there are s miles of track open, mostly of 5 ft 6 in gauge track.

In Portugal the Portuguese Railways Company controls 1, miles of 5 ft 6 in gauge track. In both countries there is a considerable mileage of narrow-gauge lines. Historically, Spain had a rather slow rail network that was to all intents and purposes cut off from the rest of Europe; while other parts of Europe use the standard European (4′ 8 ½ ″ or mm) gauge, Spain and Portugal built their railways to a broader gauge, 5′ 5 ⅔ ″ or mm.

So untilno Spanish trains could connect. This list provides an overview of the locomotives and railcars of the Portuguese railways, that is, the traction stock of earlier private railways, the state-owned Comboios de Portugal (CP) and its predecessor, the municipal Metropolitano Ligeiro de Mirandela and the two private transport companies Fertagus and Takargo Rail.

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