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The Railways of Argentina


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What do you know about the railways of Argentina ?

Date and Time

03 October 2017 - 10:00-12:00


Bromley, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Joint Event.

About this event

From their inauguration in 1857 there was a large British investment in the construction and operation of railways in Argentina. By 1900 about 80% of the Argentine system was British owned falling to just under 60% in 1948 when the UK railways were nationalised. In its prime the Argentine system was as modern and advanced as any in the world, with innovative locomotives, rolling stock and signalling, monumental stations, a very busy suburban network and a vast freight business. The complete network of lines using 3 guages broad, standard and narrow was at one time the sixth largest in the world.

After describing the system the talk will conclude by discussing the problems and prospects of the railways of Argentina in comparison with railway systems elsewhere 


10.00am to 10.30am Refreshments
10.30am to 12.00noon Lecture followed by Q&A session
2.00noon Event close 

Reasons to attend

The is much discussion in the UK about the challenges and problems of our railway system, particularly following privatisation. Find out how the Argentinian railway system compares with that of the UK and elsewhere in the world ?

Registration information

Registration to attend is NOT required

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