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900 mm gauge railways

900 mm narrow-gauge railways are generally found in Europe. This gauge is mostly used for light urban rail networks, industrial and agricultural railways.

                                               

2 ft and 600 mm gauge railways

Two foot and 600 mm gauge railways are narrow gauge railways with track gauges of 2 ft and 600 mm, respectively. Railways with similar, less common track gauges, such as 1 ft 11 3 ⁄ 4 in and 1 ft 11 1 ⁄ 2 in, are grouped with 2 ft and 600 mm gaug ...

                                               

Eswatini Railways

As in the rest of Southern Africa, the 301 kilometres 187 mi rail system of Eswatini is built to the narrow Cape gauge of 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in. ESR provides only service for transportation of goods, not passengers. ESRs rail system is used to conne ...

                                               

760 mm gauge railways in Hungary

                                               

Narrow-gauge railways in Oceania

Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and parts of South Australia adopted 1.067 mm 3 ft 6 in gauge to cover greater distances at lower costs. Most industrial railways are built to 610 mm 2 ft gauge. Three different rail gauges are currently in ...

                                               

Battle for the railways

Battle for the railways or War of the Rails refers to the sabotage of the German-controlled railway infrastructure by the partisans during World War II. Gordon L. Rottman noted that "railroad sabotage was one of the most frequent partisan activit ...

800 mm gauge railways
                                               

800 mm gauge railways

800mm gauge railways are narrow-gauge railways built to a track gauge of 800 mm. Whilst this gauge is uncommon amongst adhesion railways, some of the worlds best known rack railways are built to it. Six of these are in Switzerland, including the worlds steepest rack line the Pilatus Railway and the worlds longest pure rack line the Wengernalp Railway, whilst the United Kingdoms only rack railway the Snowdon Mountain Railway is also to this gauge. A few funicular railways are also built to this gauge.

List of 2 ft 3 in gauge railways
                                               

List of 2 ft 3 in gauge railways

No railways of an identical gauge are known outside Britain, though lines of 700 mm 2 ft 3 9 ⁄ 16 in are known in Latvia and Romania see Narrow-gauge railway and several Cuban sugar cane railways. Other British railways of similar, but not identical, gauge were: Welbeck Colliery, Nottinghamshire, 2 ft 4 in 711 mm gauge, which closed in 2010. Snailbeach District Railways, 2 ft 4 in 711 mm gauge Glyn Valley Tramway, 2 ft 4 1 ⁄ 2 in 724 mm gauge

1495 mm gauge railways
                                               

1495 mm gauge railways

1495 mm gauge railways refer to tramway tracks or rapid transit tracks built to a track gauge of 4 ft 10 7 ⁄ 8 in. The Current systems are the Toronto streetcar system and the Toronto subway. This track gauge is unique to the Toronto area. There used to be interurban systems and street car lines that once used that track gauge

2 ft 6 in gauge railways
                                               

2 ft 6 in gauge railways

2 ft 6 in gauge railways are narrow gauge railways with track gauge of 2 ft 6 in. This type of rail was promoted especially in the colonies of the British Empire during the second half of the nineteenth century by Thomas Hall and Everard Calthrop.

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