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Clave de Zona
Via
Empresa
Carga
Cantidad
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Cerrar
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Duración del Via
Localisation
Clave
Observación
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Estado
Cargaderos
Material/Técnica

FC = Ferrovia || CA = Cable Aero ( p-pequenio,g-grande ) || FCM Ferrovia de Minero || FCVE Tren/ Ferrovia a Via Estrecha


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Image/ Shetch by Don Gaunt . Cargaderos ( Iron Ore ) — Hijate,Seron,Tijola,Almendricos,Pilar Javaeria

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link11   Weitergehende Informationen und viele Bilder finden sich u.a.

THE GREAT SOUTHERN OF SPAIN RAILWAY (THE GSSR)
The Great Southern of Spain Railway Cº Ltd. (Lorca á Baza y Aguilas)
The Great Southern of Spain Railway
Aguilas Railwy Museum
The Great Southern of Spain Railway Company Limited
El cargadero de mineral del Hornillo (Águilas)
Cargadero del Hornillo — (MTI Blog)

Text aus Spanishrailways

El 16 de Diciembre de 1894, la “The Great Souhern of Spain Railway”, abrió al servicio las estaciones de Hijate ,Caniles y Baza del tramo de Lorca a Baza, quedando abiertos los 134,102 kms . En tanto que el resto de la línea de Baza a Granada se transfirió a la “The Granada Railway CºLtd., por transferencia aprobada en la R.O. de 13 de diciembre de 1894, fijando la administración, como plazo para terminar ambas líneas el 19 de mayo de 1895, previo deposito de una fianza conjunta de ambas compañías cifrada en 2.869.660,50 pts. En cuyo caso la subvención total del Murcia a Granada se dividió en dos partes proporcionales a los presupuestos aprobados para ambas lineas, siendo el de Baza a Granada de 7.224.429 Pts (GIVF, 05.01.1895).

Lorca – Baza   12. octubre 1885   134,102
Almendricos – Aguilas   9. junio 1885   30,592
Aguilas al puerto de Aguilas   15 agosto 1894   1,535
Aguilas al Hornillo   30 enero 1902   0,957
Muelle al Hornillo   23 noviembre 1899   0.500

Don Gaunt hat written a Book about the GSSR ,which I higly remommend
ALMERÍ A AND THE GREAT SOUTHERN OF SPAIN RAILWAY (THE GSSR)

The story of the GSSR is a fascinating one of intrigue, legal battles, hopes raised and dashed and even some success, set against a turbulent political background that eventually destroyed the company. I tell the story of the line from its complicated and troublesome beginning to its violent end.The GSSR was primarily a goods enterprise, particularly iron ore, marble and esparto grass. I describe how these industries connected with the railway and what if anything remains of them. Although the line itself has gone, many artifacts remain and I describe in detail how to see them, along with other interesting things on the route.Visitors to Almería are likely to stay at popular resorts like Mojácar or Roquetas and will want to see more than just the GSSR line, so I include a description of the province and the major attractions that it contains, with special reference to industrial archaeology.As background reading and to help understand how Almería became as it is today and why the railway was built, I try to put the Province into the perspective of overall Spanish history from early times to the Spanish Civil War. 

Cargadero Hijate


Cargadero Seron


Cargadero Los Canos


Cargadero Tijola