Transport of Libya: Rail

Transport of Libya: Rail Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

Railways no longer exist in Libya, as they were gradually dismantled after the Second World War.

Travellers by train, therefore, may use the service from Tunis, which stops at the frontier, and then take a shared taxi onwards into Libya itself.

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