Colonialism and Moroccan Rail Transport

Standardisation

Narrow-gauge rail network in Morocco around 1915 which was, at that time, one of the largest worldwide.

Electrification

Only half of the trans-Maghreb railway network was electrified.

Operations

Around a million passengers were transported on a yearly basis at that time.

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