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From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
: Railways built to travel more slowly, using lighter, lower capacity rolling stock, are sometimes built more cheaply using less capable roadbeds and rails that are closer together than standard gauge.
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- : The width between the rails of almost all the railways in North America and Europe -- 1435 mm
- : railroad tracks set wider than 1435 mm apart