Railroad Gauge Width

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Found this very interesting Russian website - Railroad Gauge Width .. this page is in English ..

This table contains a list of railway gauges used or being used worldwide. Red color denotes gauges which are obsolete. Numbers [in brackets] show approximate maximum length of lines in kilometers, where available.
 
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Good link, Ed, thanks. There sure are (were) a ton of track gauges. I think refering to the 1' gauge as "industrial" is a little misleading, since many live steam and park railroads use that gauge. I'm not aware of any real industrial railroad that uses such a narrow gauge.
 





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