Usually, the service in the SFG railroad would start with the night shift emplyee turning on the locomotives that would be up on the next day. He would check the water and coal and later on he would maintain the coal locomotive systems. This task would usually take between two and two and a half hours. On the meanwhile, the driver and the firestocker would arrive, and the corresponding cleaning and maintenance would come with them. The rest of the personnel would appear right before the start of the ordinary service. The very first train would leave San Feliu at 4 AM and the last one would arrive at 11 PM. That was the ordinary routine for the SFG employees, until they finally modified it.
Almost all of the convoys were a mixture of comercial and passenger cars.
Sant Feliu path
We can now proceed to see the San Feliu and Gerona railroads tahanks to Charles F. Firmiger, who took the following pictures showing the nº6 locomotives and a variety of interesting places to see.
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