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Feve class 1900 loco number 1916 receiven trainorderso, Spain

Renfe class 333 number 319 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Feve DMU 2708 and EMU 3808 at Santander, Spain

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 25 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

 



New Railroad Gallery of Spain
This Gallery Page is just being refurbished with numerous more items fllowing with updates...


On this Gallery Page

    Electric Multiple Units

    Diesel Multiple Units


    Electric and Electric Hybrid Locomotives


    Diesel Locomotives

    Trams



Older Spanish RR Gallery...

 

 

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Electric Multiple Units

Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain

CAF Oaris prototype in Renfe colors, Spain

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Renfe High Speed: AVE 100 * AVE 103 * AVE 105 * 120 *

Renfe EMUs:

Renfe Local and Regional EMUs: 446 *

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 Renfe class AVE 100 (Alstom TGV-Réseau)

Renfe class AVE 100 EMU, Spain


   

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 Renfe class AVE 103 (Siemens Velaro/ICE3)

Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain

Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain

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Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain
Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain

 

  Renfe class AVE 103 EMU in Barcelona, Spain

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 Renfe class AVE 105 (CAF Oaris)

CAF Oaris prototype in Renfe colors, Spain

CAF Oaris prototype in Renfe colors, Spain

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CAF Oaris prototype in Renfe colors, Spain

   

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 Renfe class 120 (CAF/Alstom EMU)(Gauge Change on the Fly)

Renfe class 120 in Santander, Spain

Renfe class 120 in Barcelona, Spain

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Renfe class 120 in Santander, Spain
Renfe class 120 in Santander, Spain

Renfe class 120 in Santander, Spain

   

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 Renfe class 446 (CAF/Macosa/MFM EMU) (Commuter EMU)

Renfe class 446 EMU in Malaga, Spain

Renfe class 446 EMU in Malaga, Spain

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Diesel Multiple Units


  Diesel Multiple Units (all gauges)

Feve DMU 2708 at Santander, Spain

Renfe class 598 number 006 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Operators & Owners





Renfe classes
: 592 * class 598 *

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Feve (Ferrocarriles de Vía Estrecha)
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Feve DMU 2708 at Santander, Spain

   

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Renfe

 Class 598 of Renfe
Renfe class 598 number 006 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Renfe class 598 number 006 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Renfe class 598 number 006 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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 Class 592 of Renfe

Renfe class 592 DMU at Santiago de Compostela, Spain


Renfe class 592 DMU at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Renfe class 592 DMU at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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 Electric Locomotives and Electric Hybrid Locomotives
Feve class 1900 locos numbers 1906 and 1907 passing Soto del Barco, Spain
   

Operator:
Renfe:
Renfe Feve: class 1900 *

       

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Feve (Ferrocarriles de Vía Estrecha)

 Class 1900 of Renfe Feve
Feve class 1900 locos numbers 1906 and 1907 in Asturias, Spain
Feve class 1900 locos numbers 1906 and 1907 passing Soto del Barco, Spain
Feve class 1900 loco number 1916 receiven trainorderso, Spain


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Feve class 1900 locos number 1900 and 1916 hauling a freight train in Asturias, Spain Feve class 1900 locos number 1900 and 1916 hauling a freight train in Asturias, Spain
   
       

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Class 252 Renfe EuroSprinter number 048 at Alzira, Spain



 Diesel Locomotives

   

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 Class 1900 of Renfe Feve
Renfe class 333 number 319 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Renfe class 333 number 319 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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Renfe class 333 number 319 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Renfe class 333 number 319 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain Renfe class 333 number 390 at Santiago de Compostela, Spain
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 Trams
Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 04 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
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Tranvia de Tenerife
: Alstom Citadis 302 *

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Tranvia de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

 Tranvia Alstom Citadis 302

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 04 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 04 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

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Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 04 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 25 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 25 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

 

Tranvia de Tenerife tram number 12 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

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Miscellaneous

 

Feve network mosaic at Santander station, Spain

 

Feve timetables, Spain

 

 Super High Speed Trains and Networks of Spain  
For Super High Speed Renfe (Spanish Railways) has AVE service (Auto Velocidad Espanol). AVE Velaro, TGV and Talgo trains are commonplace in Spain. With building of mostly 1435 mm super high speed lines since 1990's the country is soon covered with means to travel fast from one end to another. And even better, the next phase will  connect Spanish super fast networks with those of the neighboring countries France and Portugal bringing the Europeans together. Renfe is considering on inveesting these international trainsets, more on Super High Speed News page.  
   
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 General information on Spanish Railways
Spain is currently one of the larger railroading countries in Europe. Investments into railroads during the current economic revival period have been enormous and the country currently has a relatively well working networks of all types of trains. Earlier isolation caused the country to be left behind with its 1668 mm gauge network. However this also led to development of big an dpowerful trains unseen in most other parts in Europe for decades. Currently a number of newer routes are being built to standard 1435 mm (4' 8,5") gauge and online gauge changers are commonplace: you just run the train trought the gauge changing machine to change from one network to another! The use of 1435 mm gauge has greatly helped Spain to integrate with the other European railnetworks, especially those of France and Germany. For the future the new trains are designed so that the change to 1435 "standard gauge" is possible later.

 


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