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The Urola railway line was narrow gauge railway that united the Basque localities of Zumarraga and Zumaya in the province of Guipuzcoa, Basque Country (Spain) by the Urola River valley. It was the first Spanish electric railway and the last railway to be built in Euskadi to investments in the Basque section of the high speed train, known as the "Basque Y".
The railway was opened on 22 February 1926 by Alfonso XIII and its exploitation ceased in the fall of 1986 to close down the February 2, 1988, being then dismantled the tracks and catenary, which were re-installed on a stretch of 10 km to service the steam train of the Basque Railway Museum. Their garages and workshops became the headquarters of the museum, which rebuilt 5 km route, between Azpeitia and Lasao, non-electrified for walks with rolling stock museum.