Re: Narrow Gauge

Nigel Phillips

If you mean passenger and freight requiring appropriate government approval how about the following:

Zero gauge. Lartigue monorail (several countries, one example was the Listowel and Ballybunion Railway in Ireland.

Wales. 1' 11.5" Festiniog Railway; 2' 3"Talyllyn Railway;

England. 1' 11.5" Lynton and Barnstable Railway; 

On Tuesday, March 2, 2021, <Climax@...> wrote:
We all know that standard gauge is 4'8" between rails and anything less is Narrow gauge.  Perhaps the standards there are 36" and 30". Was there any other sizes used on a powered narrow gauge railroad, not referring to mining track of 24 or 18 inch.

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