History of rail transport in Greece
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The Greek railway network then developed slowly over time, at the initiative of private foreign companies, with the adoption of a four gauge network: 600, 750, 1,000 and 1,435 mm.
Some of the network was inherited as a result of annexation of Greek territory that had been part of the Ottoman Empire.
- I. Zartaloudis, D. Karatolos, D. Koutelidis, G. Nathenas, S. Fasoulas, A. Filippoupolitis, A. (1997). Οι Ελληνικοί Σιδηρόδρομοι (Hellenic Railways) (in Greek). Μίλητος (Militos). ISBN 960-8460-07-7.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
- Simms, W.F. (1997). The railways of Greece. Wilfried F. Sims. ISBN 0-9528881-1-4.
- Organ, J. (2006). Greece Narrow Gauge. Middleton Press. ISBN 1-904474-72-1.
- Greece — Railway Map (2nd Edition). London, UK: The Quail Map Company. 1992. ISBN 0-900609-85-0. External link in
- Media related to Rail transport in Greece at Wikimedia Commons
- Society of the Friends of the Greek Railways (in Greek)
- Verein der Freunde der Peloponnesbahnen (in German)
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