narrow-gauge locomotive

narrow-gauge locomotive
lokomotywa wąskotorowa

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  • Narrow gauge railways in China — The gauge for the most of the China national railway network is standard gauge. Currently, in the national railway network, only Kunming Hekou Railway uses narrow gauge, and it is expected to be converted into standard gauge soon. In addition,… …   Wikipedia

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