History of rail transport in El Salvador

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A steam locomotive at Apopa.

The history of rail transport in El Salvador began in 1882, with the opening of El Salvador's first line. All rail transport was suspended in 2002. However, limited services were resumed in 2007, between San Salvador, Ciudad Delgado and Apopa.

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  • Hollingsworth, J B (1980). Atlas of the World's Railways. Adelaide: Rigby. p. 208. ISBN 0727003054. 

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