History of rail transport in the Comoros
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The history of rail transport in the Comoros began in about 1907. The only railway to be built in the Comoros was a 600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) narrow gauge industrial railway. Its owner was a plantation society, the Société Comores Bambaoa. The railway carried only freight traffic. It is not known when the railway was abandoned.
- Robinson, Neil (2009). World Rail Atlas and Historical Summary. Volume 7: North, East and Central Africa. Barnsley, UK: World Rail Atlas Ltd. ISBN 978-954-92184-3-5.
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