Portuguese train type 9100

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A CP railcar of Série 9100 at Amarante station on the Tâmega line, May 1996

Série 9100 were a class of metre gauge diesel railcars built for use by the Portuguese Railways (CP) on the Tâmega line. Only three were built; they were constructed in Sweden by NOHAB in 1949. They were essentially a narrow gauge version of CP's larger Série 0100 railcars.

They were withdrawn from service in 2002 and replaced by Série 9500 railcars.

The Tâmega line closed in 2009.

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