Indian gauge


Indian gauge

Indian gauge RailGauge|1676 is the broadest commercially used rail gauge in the world today.fact|date=August 2008 It is used in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Argentina and Chile.

In the 1830s it was first used as rail gauge in Canada and got then used in other British colonies.

In India with Project Unigauge gauge conversion towards Indian gauge is underway, replacing several narrow gauges.

ee also

*Rail transport in Argentina
*Rail transport in Chile
*Rail transport in India


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