G.m. locomotive at work

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Bill Anderson

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I see that's dual-gauge track. Is the narrow gauge still in use?
It looks as though the "narrow" part is standard gauge and the "wide" part is broad gauge.

I have a Trains magazine from last year that lists all the gauges of the world. I'll have to dig it up since we are getting a lot of photos and from Argentina and Brazil.
 


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