The narrow gauge railway on the southern entrance pier of the Kaliningrad Sea Canal was located on the Baltic Spit (administratively - the territory of the city of Baltiysk, Kaliningrad Region of the Russian Federation ).
This narrow gauge railway was the most western railway in Russia. The narrow gauge railway is also unusual in its location (partially runs along a narrow concrete strip extending into the sea), and in that it was most likely the only “industrial” narrow gauge railway (excluding mine) built in the former USSR after 2000 of the year [to clarify ] .
Opening Date: 2007
Track Width : 750 mm
Length, as of 2008 : 565 meters.
On the narrow gauge railway, freight traffic was carried out (delivery of building materials and structures to the territory of the pier during its reconstruction).
Traction rolling stock was represented by a diesel locomotive TU7 -2232.
The probable closing date for the narrow gauge railway is the end of 2008 .
- Narrow-gauge railway in Baltiysk on the site of A. Fetisov
- Narrow-gauge railway on the South entrance pier of the Kaliningrad Sea Canal on the "Site about the railway" by Sergey Bolashenko
- "THE MOST WESTERN"
- discussion on the forum "Transport in Russia"
- Narrow-gauge railway in Baltiysk in the narrow-gauge railway lj-community