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FC de Flassa a Palamos, Gerona y Banolas

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FC de Flassa a Palamos, Gerona y Banolas

The FC de Flaçà a Palamós, Girona i Banyoles was a Spanish 750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in) gauge narrow gauge railway that operated over 63 kilometres of track between 1887 and 1956 between Palamós and Girona, when the system closed. Opening dates and lengths of the various sections are as follows:

Palamós - Flaçà 1887; 33km.
Flaçà- Pont Major - Girona 1921; 16km.
Branch line Pont Major - Banyoles 1928; 14km.[1]


  1. ^ Morley, J. & P.G. Spencer, Locomotives & Railcars of the Spanish Narrow Gauge Public Railways, London, 1995, Industrial Railway Society

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