Narrow Gauge Trains
|2||00245245 km/h (152 mph)||1978-10-31||Between Westonaria and Midway||South Africa||SAR Class 6E1 (No. E1525)||Loc||Elec.||?||Scheffel bogie|
|1||00175175 km/h (109 mph)||1960-11-21||JNR Tōkaidō Main Line||Japan||JNR KuMoYa93 test car||Multi||Elec. DC||P||3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm)|
|1||00163163 km/h (101 mph)||1959-07-31||JNR Tōkaidō Main Line||Japan||JNR 151 series||Multi||Elec. DC||?||3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm)|
|1||00145145 km/h (90 mph)||1957-09-27||JNR Tōkaidō Main Line||Japan||Odakyū 3000 series SE Romancecar||Multi||Elec. DC||?||3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm)|
|1||00136136 km/h (85 mph)||1914||South-West Africa||OMEG Rail motor coach No. «Crown Prince»||Single||Gasoline||?||600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) Summer 1914.|
|1||00129129 km/h (80 mph)||1954-12-15||JNR Tōkaidō Main Line,||Japan||JNR C62 steam locomotive No. C62 17||Loc||Steam||?||3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm)|
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