It was easy enough to build a standard gauge railway along the wide north-south valley of Sardinia, but the towns in the hills either side of it, or the ports and fishing villages on the east and west coasts could only be reached by narrow-gauge feeder lines. Think of the Douro Valley in Portugal—though here in Sardinia the narrow-gauge lines are longer and still open even though funding for repairs is not always available when needed.
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