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2 ft 6 in gauge railways in Pakistan

                                               

Metre gauge railways in Pakistan

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in Poland

There are hundreds of kilometres of 600 mm, 750 mm, 785 mm, and 1.000 mm narrow-gauge lines in Poland. The metre-gauge lines are mostly found in the northwest part of the country in Pomerania, while 785 mm lines are found only in the Upper Silesi ...

                                               

600 mm gauge railways in Poland

                                               

750 mm gauge railways in Poland

                                               

785 mm gauge railways in Poland

                                               

800 mm gauge railways in Poland

                                               

Metre gauge railways in Poland

                                               

Former Agnita railway line stations

                                               

Moscow Monorail

                                               

Railway stations of Moscow Railway

                                               

Primorskaya Line

The Primorskaya line was the second line constructed by the Primorskaya railway, near St. Petersburg, Russia. It is now part of the Oktyabrskaya Railway and was electrified in 1952.

                                               

2 ft 6 in gauge railways in South Africa

                                               

2 ft gauge railways in South Africa

                                               

Sant Feliu de Guixols–Girona railway

The Sant Feliu de Guixols to Girona Railway was a 750 mm gauge railway line that operated over 42 kilometres of track between Girona and Sant Feliu de Guixols, in Catalonia, Spain. The railway had 6 steam locomotives of the 0-6-2T type, 21 passen ...

                                               

Templates for railway lines in Catalonia

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in Spain

In Spain there is an extensive 1.250 km system of 1.000 mm metre gauge railways. The majority of these railways was historically operated by FEVE. Created in 1965 FEVE started absorbing numerous private-owned narrow-gauge railways. From 1978 onwa ...

                                               

600 mm gauge railways in Spain

                                               

750 mm gauge railways in Spain

                                               

3 ft gauge railways in Spain

                                               

Metre gauge railways in Spain

                                               

1200 mm gauge railways in Spain

                                               

Trambaix

The Trambaix is one of Barcelonas three tram systems. It is operated by TRAMMET connecting the Baix Llobregat area with the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It opened to the public on 5 April 2004 after a weekend when the tram could be used f ...

                                               

Matale line

Inaugurated in 1880, the Matale line is a branch railway line in Sri Lanka. Operated by Sri Lanka Railways, the line includes some of the busiest rail services in the country.

                                               

2 ft 6 in gauge railways in Sri Lanka

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in Sweden

Sweden once had some fairly extensive narrow-gauge networks, but most narrow-gauge railways are now closed. Some were converted to standard gauge and some remain as heritage railways. The most common narrow gauge, 891 mm, exists only in Sweden. A ...

                                               

600 mm gauge railways in Sweden

                                               

891 mm gauge railways in Sweden

                                               

Metre gauge railways in Sweden

                                               

3 ft 6 in gauge railways in Sweden

                                               

Former Zurich S-Bahn lines

                                               

Danhai light rail

The Danhai light rail is a light rail transit system in Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It opened on 23 December 2018 and began service the following day.

                                               

Green Mountain line

The Green Mountain Line of the Danhai Light Rail Transit system is a light rail line in Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan. The route between G01 – G04 is elevated; the rest of the route is at-grade. The line opened in December 2018 and runs fro ...

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in Turkey

Samsun–Çarsamba Railway Line, 750 mm 2 ft 5 1 ⁄ 2 in gauge, 37 km of a planned 150 km line was actually built, from Samsun to Çarsamba and was closed in 1971. Chemin de Fer Moudania Brousse Mudyana Bursa Railway in Bursa, 42 km 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in ...

                                               

760 mm gauge railways in Turkey

                                               

Narrow gauge railways in Northern Ireland

                                               

Airdrie–Bathgate rail link

The Airdrie–Bathgate rail link is a completed railway project in central Scotland. Instigated as part of a round of transport improvement projects proposed by the then Scottish Executive in 2003, the plan was to open up a fourth direct railway li ...

                                               

Arkleston Junction

Arkleston Junction is a railway junction east of the town of Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. The junction is one mile from Paisley Gilmour Street railway station and is heavily used by both passenger and freight traffic.

                                               

Ayrshire Coast Line

The Ayrshire Coast Line is one of the lines within the Strathclyde suburban rail network in Scotland. It has 26 stations and connects the Ayrshire coast to Glasgow. There are three branches, to Largs, Ardrossan Harbour and Ayr, all running into t ...

                                               

Caledonian Railway branches in South Lanarkshire

This article traces the Caledonian Railway branches in South Lanarkshire. South Lanarkshire contained a huge resource of coal reserves, and the collieries needed an efficient transport medium to get the mineral to market. The Caledonian Railway, ...

                                               

Cross-country lines of the Glasgow and South Western Railway

Cross-country lines of the Glasgow and South Western Railway This article describes the cross-country railway routes of the Glasgow and South Western Railway in Ayrshire.

                                               

Fort William Junction

Fort William Junction is a railway junction on the West Highland Line in Scotland, located to the east of Fort William railway station. It is where the railway to Mallaig connects with the Glasgow to Fort William railway. A crossing loop exists o ...

                                               

Glasgow South Western Line

The Glasgow South Western Line is a mainline railway in Scotland that runs from Glasgow to Kilmarnock, and then either Carlisle via Dumfries, or Stranraer via Ayr, with a branch to East Kilbride.

                                               

Grangemouth branch railways

The Grangemouth branch railways served Grangemouth docks on the Firth of Forth, Scotland, connecting the docks to the main line railway network. The first line was opened in 1860. The docks and the branch line developed considerably, and a second ...

                                               

Highland Main Line

The Highland Main Line is a railway line in Scotland. It is 118 mi long and runs through the Scottish Highlands linking a series of small towns and villages with Perth at one end and Inverness at the other. Today, services between Inverness and E ...

                                               

Inverclyde Line

The Inverclyde Line is a railway line running from Glasgow Central station through Paisley and a series of stations to the south of the River Clyde and the Firth of Clyde, terminating at Gourock and Wemyss Bay, where it connects to Caledonian Mac ...

                                               

Kyle of Lochalsh line

The Kyle of Lochalsh Line is a primarily single track railway line in the Scottish Highlands, from Dingwall to Kyle of Lochalsh. Many of the passengers are tourists, but there are also locals visiting Inverness for shopping, and commuters. All se ...

                                               

Motherwell–Cumbernauld line

The Motherwell–Cumbernauld line is a suburban railway line linking Motherwell and Cumbernauld in Scotland. It is part of the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport network.

                                               

North Clyde Line

The North Clyde Line is a suburban railway in West Central Scotland. The route is operated by Abellio ScotRail. As a result of the incorporation of the Airdrie-Bathgate Rail Link and the Edinburgh to Bathgate Line, this route is the fourth rail l ...

                                               

Stirling–Alloa–Kincardine rail link

The Stirling–Alloa–Kincardine rail link was a project to re-open 21 kilometres of railway line between Stirling, Alloa and Kincardine in Scotland. The route opened to rail traffic in March 2008.

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