Mauritius Railways

Mauritius was serviced by a around 155 miles of standard gauge railway track on two primary lines and four secondary lines. Apart from the stations and technical infrastructure necessary to maintain a railway system, a large number of bridges, culverts and embankments were constructed to traverse the many streams, rivers and ravines.

There were also a number of narrow gauge railways constructed to service some of the sugar mills with branch lines to the standard gauge railways for onward carriage of the sugar products to Port-Louis for export.

Beau-Bassin Railway Station Caudan Engine Sheds Engine Shed, Mahébourg Railway Station Flacq Railway Station Fressanges Station Grande Rivière Sud-Est Railway Station Lowca Engineering Company Limited, 207L (0-4-2) Mahébourg Railway Station Mapou Railway Building Mapou Railway Station Mauritius Metro Express Mauritius Railway Employee Housing, Rose-Belle Mauritius Railway Station Buildings, Phoenix Moka Line Railway Bridge Moka Railway Engine Shed Moka Railway Station Narrow Gauge Railway Bridge, (Nr. Melrose) Narrow Gauge Railway Embankment, Chazal Eco Tourism Route O&K 0-6-0T 11717/1928, Highlands Sugar Estate Olivia Railway Station, Moka Line Orenstein & Koppel Narrow Gauge Railway Engine Number 11194, Dated 1926 Poudre d'Or Railway Station Quartier Militaire Station Reduit Railway Station Rivière des Anguilles Railway Station Riviere du Rempart, ex-Railway Station and infrastructure Rose-Belle Railway Engine Shed Rose-Belle Railway Station St Pierre Railway Station Station Master's House, St Pierre Railway Station Suspected Railway Building and Water Tower Tamarin Engine Shed (Black River Line) Terre Rouge Railway Station Trackside Goods Shed, St Pierre Water Tank, Mahébourg Railway Station