The metre gauge network extended some distance beyond the northern limits of Porto, and today we would explore it a little further. We headed first for Vila do Conde, named after the substantial Roman aqueduct. We were more interested in the railway viaduct, where three 2-8-2T-hauled trains are seen. Our next destination was Povoa de Varzim, where 0-4-4-0T E162 is seen arriving, closely observed by a local urchin!. Lastly, we retraced our steps down the suburban lines to Senhora da Hora, where E143 is depicted on a southbound passenger, and E93 scuttles along with a northbound freight. © Geoff’s Rail Diaries 2011 A 2-8-2T crosses the bridge at Vila do Conde E93 heads a northbound freight through the Porto suburbs E143 hurries through Senhora da Hora E143 attacks the bank near Vila do Conde E144 at Vila do Conde (the Roman "conde" visible left) E162 arrives at Povoa de Varzim Tram no. 204 in the centre of Porto