Relatively flat profile, with ramps not exceeding 14 thousandths of a second as usual, the steepest not exceeding 19 thousandths of a second


In order to avoid major works and tunnels, the layout was very winding with a large number of curves that "glued" the railway to the ground

Stations and halts

It had two first category stations, two second category stations, four third category stations, five halts and the port facilities


As it was an economic railway, its layout was designed to avoid costly factory works, so that there are no tunnels and only 5 significant bridges


Track configuration, track profiles and turnouts


Provision, which was not made in the end, for basic light signalling


Timetables of services and combinations with the M.Z.A. train


Passengers transported, port traffic and freight transport

Financial data

Capital, dividends distributed, official subsidies and operating results


Company organisation chart, working conditions, work organisation and main positions in the company

Technical documentation

Regulations, projects and other documentation presented for consultation


Books and magazines about SFG in whole or in part, or about narrow-gauge railways


Line layouts and maps



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