The Barca d'Alva–La Fuente de San Esteban railway is a closed Iberian gauge line which connected Barca d'Alva [pt] on the Linha do Douro, in northeastern Portugal, to the Spanish railway network. Passenger and cargo trains ran from Porto to Salamanca from its opening in 1887 until its closure on the Spanish side in 1985, with the Portuguese side also subsequently truncated to Pocinho three years later.
Key:track gauges: ²2140 mm • ᴮ1668 mm • ⁱ1435 mm • ¹1000 mm • ⁹900 mm • ³920 mm • ⁶600 mm • ⁴⁺200+200 mm +names abbreviated whenever possible (source for IP's network: : page. 54) °heavy rail (#) not managed by IP (and/or its predecessors) †closed (completely) • ‡planned • ††reopened • †‡reopening planned • ‡†cancelled project • ‡‡planned using former project • ↑replaced using former trackbed
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