Talk:List of town tramway systems in Switzerland

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Gauge[edit]

>> Those tram systems that operated on other than standard gauge track (where known) are indicated in the 'Notes' column.

All tramways in Switzerland are or were metre gauge, with just a few exceptions (todays' M1 in Lausanne, some lines in the past in Geneva, I doubt any other). Coccodrillo (talk) 07:31, 23 March 2015 (UTC)