These tramways ran on metre-gauge tracks but had a loading gauge not much wider than the track-gauge. In many places they ran alongside roads or withing the highway itself, but often they deviated away from the highway or their own formation.
The one which first drew our attention was the Sospel to Menton Tramway which was operated by the TNL. This is the story:
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