Juan Manuel Grijalvo - Galgas de vía ancha

 

4 ft 8 1/2 in  - 1.435 mm

 

1.520 mm

Mongolia

Rusia

Unión Soviética

 

1.524 mm - 5 ft 0 in

Finlandia

Panamá (antes del año 2000, ahora 1.435 mm)

 

1.600 mm - 5 ft 3 in

Australia

Brasil

Irlanda  (República)

Reino Unido - Irlanda del Norte

 

1.664 mm - Bitola portuguesa - Cinco pies portugueses

 

As finally established, the Iberian gauge is a compromise between the similar, but slightly different, gauges first adopted as respective national standards in Spain and Portugal in the mid-19th century. The main railway networks of Spain were initially constructed to a 1,672 mm (5 ft 5 5/6 in) gauge of six Castilian feet, those of Portugal to a 1,664 mm (5 ft 51/2 in) gauge of five Portuguese feet – close enough to allow interoperabilty in practice.[1].

 

1.668 mm - Ancho ibérico

Iberian gauge (Spanish: ancho ibérico, trocha ibérica, Portuguese: bitola ibérica) is the name given to the gauge (distance between the two rails of a track) most extensively used by the railways of Spain and Portugal: namely 1,668 mm (5 ft 52/3 in).

As finally established, the Iberian gauge is a compromise between the similar, but slightly different, gauges first adopted as respective national standards in Spain and Portugal in the mid-19th century. The main railway networks of Spain were initially constructed to a 1,672 mm (5 ft 5 5/6 in) gauge of six Castilian feet, those of Portugal to a 1,664 mm (5 ft 51/2 in) gauge of five Portuguese feet – close enough to allow interoperabilty in practice.[1].

 

España

ADIF

GIF

RENFE

 

Portugal

CP - Comboios de Portugal

CP - Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses

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Operador Ferroviário Português
CP - Comboios de Portugal, E.P.

Gestor das Infra-estruturas Ferroviárias Portuguesas
REFER - Rede Ferroviária Nacional, E.P.

Entidade Responsável pela Alta Velocidade em Portugal
RAVE - Rede Ferroviária de Alta Velocidade, S.A.

Entidade Reguladora do Sector Ferroviário Português
IMTT - Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes Terrestres, I.P.

 

1.672 mm - Ancho español antiguo - Seis pies castellanos

Línea 1 del Metro de Barcelona

 

1.676 mm - 5 ft 6 in

 

América

 

Argentina [18829]

ALL-Central

Nuevo Central Argentino

Ferrosur Roca

Ferroexpreso Pampeano

Tren Patagónico

TBA

Metropolitano

TMS

Ferrobaires

ONABE

 

Chile [3974]

EFE

FEPASA

Tranvía de Santiago

Tranvía de Valparaíso

 

Estados Unidos [760]

Bay Area Rapid Transit  -  BART

Missouri Pacific

Texas railroads

 

Paraguay

Asunción - Encarnación, till 1911 [440]

 

Asia

 

Bangladesh [978]

 

India [59865]

Irán Iran [92]

Pakistán Pakistan [7718]

Sri Lanka [1948]

 

Europa

Reino Unido

Arbroath & Forfar

 

1.945 mm

Holanda

 

2.140 mm - 7 ft 0 1/4 in

Reino Unido

Great Western Railway (GWR)

Isambard Kingdom Brunel

 

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