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 Rotterdamse Tramweg Maatschappij


The preserved RTM 3'6" gauge (also called Cape gauge) line near the village of Ouddorp is about 60 minutes by car from Rotterdam. The RTM preservation society found a more welcome location there after a protracted struggle with the town concil of Hellevoetsluis where they used to operate out of the original RTM harbour station. A new line along the Grevelinger Lake  to a bungalow park is about 5 km in length. Apart from several steam locomotives, the line has the only surviving narrow gauge diesel railcars in Holland, and a large number of original coaches and goods wagons.


RTM diesel railcar No. 1602 at the musem in Ouddorp

Breakdown Wagon 783 of the Rotterdamse Tramweg Maatschappij

Rotterdamse Tramweg Maatschappij Railcar M67

RTM Coach No 394


 RTM Guards Van 298

RTM Coach No.1513 (under construction)


RTM Goods Wagons 193 and 715


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