A British Thomson-Houston built Bo-Bo type shunting (switching) loco from 1959 is seen with tank cars on the former run between Auckland wharves along Quay Street to the main Auckland railyard. For more, see our books.
steam train crossing a railcar in St Bonnet Avalouze, 1959
The metre-gauge network of the Tramway de la Corrèze "d'intérêt local" was inaugurated in 1913 and lasted till New Year's Day 1960; it comprised three distinct lines. More on this website
The 95 km system of the PO-Corrèze or POC was another metre-gauge network established in the département, conceded to the Compagnie du Chemin de fer de Paris à Orléans (P.O) - after the beginning of 1938 the SNCF - and built by the Société de construction des Batignolles. The network, which opened in 1904 and closed in 1970, was centred on Tulle.