Eléctrico de Guadarrama entrando en Puerto de Navacerrada (con librea antigua roja y plata)

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Comments (4)

Rudolf LV on July 3, 2013

Interesting EMU. Like. What is maximal speed of this train? In former USSR maximal speed on narrow gauge is 30 km/h.

Gato Land on July 4, 2013

I could not tell exactly because they have changed much operating conditions, I have very extensive book on this line and consulting it I read that the maximum speed of the units is 35 km / h although there are sections limited to 20. These trains are equal to the line to Bercher Lausanne, Switzerland. The trip is very nice, the line length is 19 kms and runs in just over 40 minutes, ie, an average of just over 28 km / h. The problem is that it's expensive, it is considered a tourist route and the prices are in line with that use, return ticket costs € 16.80, a very high price that makes more efficient (and faster) to go in your own car.

Rudolf LV on August 1, 2013

Taxi is cheaper :)

Gato Land on August 3, 2013

It will not be here in my country, it is much cheaper to use your own car to use public transport, it is unfortunate but true

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