Rail transport in Haiti

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A train to Léogâne in 1921

There are currently no functioning railways in Haiti and no rail connections with the neighbouring Dominican Republic.


However, between 1876 and about the 1970s, Haiti had various tramways and railways. A tram network operated in the capital, Port-au-Prince, between 1897 and 1932.[1] Two railway lines, Port-au-Prince – Léogâne (36 km) and Port-au-Prince – Manneville (43 km), along with some industrial lines, constituted the Haitian national rail network.

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