History of rail transport in Equatorial Guinea

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The history of rail transport in Equatorial Guinea began in 1913, when a standard gauge railway was constructed from the capital of Equatorial Guinea, Santa Isabel, to the nearby villages of Banapa and Basupo. In 1929 this railway was extended to the shore near Basupo but the line was unprofitable and was then closed.[1]

There is currently no rail transport in Equatorial Guinea.[2]

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  1. ^ Max Liniger-Goumaz (1988), Small is not always beautiful, p. 40, ISBN 978-1-85065-023-2 
  2. ^ "Equatorial Guinea: Transportation". Retrieved 2007-05-02.