They are a very small organisation with just 8 members (volunteers) who are currently only able to operate for a few hours on Sundays in Spring and Autumn, although they are hoping to improve on this in the future. There is a fire ban throughout most of Spain during the summer. From what I have seen their trains are very popular and well filled. The metre-gauge line is 3kms long with a run-round loop at the far end. Trains are steam-hauled when possible by “Arganda”, an 0-6-0WT (well tank) – what appear to be side tanks are actually coal bunkers. The have a large secure workshop where all the stock is stored when not in use. The line is located in the south-eastern suburbs of Madrid about 25 kms from the centre and is accessible from the A3 motorway to Valencia (exit 22 – M300), by bus, or by Metro (la Poveda station). I visited this line a few weeks ago and the pictures can be seen here: http://members.multimania.co.uk/railsing/Arganda100516/Arganda2010.htm There is a link to a Spanish language website on the first page. Some of the staff can speak English. For other international railway pictures visit http://members.multimania.co.uk/railsing/ and follow links.