Ferrovia Rimini–San Marino was an electrified narrow gauge railway which connected Rimini, Italy and San Marino. The line was opened in 1932 after 4 years construction, and it was 32 km long, 950 mm gauge, 3000 V DC electirified railway. The line was built by Società Anonima delle Ferrovie e Tramvie Padane, with 12 tunnels and 6 major bridges. The railway was closed in World War II and was not reopened after the war. Roads, bicycle roads and residential homes were built on the railway track.