If you fancy going on a steam train, pay attention to the next dates and don't miss the opportunity to discover the Vouga Line.
As soon as possible we will announce the next trips. Meanwhile get to know the Vouga Line historical train with the diesel locomotive, which runs between June and October.
Besides the iconic steam locomotive built by the German house Henschel & Sohn, the train has a Neapolitan carriage from the 1930s, 3 historical wooden carriages built in Belgium (1908), Germany (1925) and Portugal (1913), in the Porto workshops, by the then state railway company (Caminhos de Ferro do Estado) and also a carriage built in Barreiro, in 1908, which ran on the Corgo Line.
The historical Vouga Line steam train journey starts in Aveiro and ends at Macinhata do Vouga.
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Note: If it is not possible to use the steam locomotive CP E214, we will use the diesel locomotive 9004, used in the summer editions.