750 mm gauge railways

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Locomotive 99 1746 of the Weisseritz Valley Railway in Germany

750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in) narrow-gauge railways are very similar to 760 mm (2 ft 5 1516 in) and 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) gauge. 750 mm gauge rolling stock is almost compatible with 760 and 762 mm railways.

Installations

Country/territory Railway
Algeria
  • Societe Anonyme des Mines du Zaccar[1]
Argentina
Austria
Armenia
Belarus
Chile
Czech Republic
Egypt
Ecuador[2]
  • FC El Oro, Southern line
  • FC de Bahia a Chone
Estonia
Finland
France
Georgia
Greece
Germany
Indonesia
  • Used by sugar mills in Java: Bandjaratma, Ceper, Colomadu, Tasikmadu, Pakis Baru, Bitung Randu, Cileungsi, Jonggol, Gedong Tengeng, Cariu, Bojongmangu, Balekambang, Leuwiliang and Trangkil;
    only Tasikmadu dan Tenjo in use
  • Formerly used in Aceh.
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Morocco
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Russia
Spain
Switzerland
Turkey
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
  • A railway in National Park of Uzbekistan in Tashkent

Gallery

See also

References

  1. ^ Standard steam locomotives
  2. ^ a b Jane's World Railways. 1969–1970. 
  3. ^ Children's Railways of the former USSR – Past and Present
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