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Wed Jul 11 01:55:38 CEST 2007
(Absolutely off topic!)
En Mon, 09 Jul 2007 15:50:58 -0300, Steve Holden <steve at holdenweb.com>
> Brunel, of course, being an original, built his system with a wider
> inter-rail gap, and passengers commented on the smoother ride they got.
> But standardization wars aren't new, and IKB lost that one.
And later the Great Western Railway got the most beautiful locomotives of
I don't know the current status, but some years ago here in Argentina
around 40% of the railroad system were using "wide gauge" = 1676mm, wider
than standard but not as wide as the original GWR.
Now most of the passenger lines are defunct and cargo lines trend to use
narrow gauge = 1000mm so the proportion may be much smaller now.
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