Railway Bridge Kakia Skala
The Destroyed Railway Bridge Kakia Skala. Upon their departure, in October 1944, the German occupation
troops caused a great deal of damage
(much less than those of the SEKs) in the network of SPAPs, mainly on bridges with the most famous blasting the Ahladokambos valley, which for many years was replaced by an entrance-exit lane of the trains, the bridge of the Isthmus, the bridge at the crossing of Kakia Skala etc. More serious were the losses in rolling stock, mainly coaches and wagons, many of which were "hitched" in the Corinth
Canal via a "ramp" built by the conquerors or collapsed on the rocks of Kakia
Skala. After the liberation, however, the network of the Peloponnese, in contrast to the SEK network, was restored relatively quickly
and was put into operation. Small damage, mainly from blasting, suffered the network during the civil war, but it was restored immediately.