The FETA (or in French CFEPH) is an imaginary railway company serving the southeast of France and the northeast of Spain. The narrow gauge (1000mm or metre gauge) network services the northeast coast of Spain and the southeast coast of France.
The first line of the FETA opened in 1906 and connected Sant Climent with Portbou and Cerbere. The three cities were already connected by another narrow gauge railway company and the competition between the two companies was fierce. In the following years the FETA expanded it's rail network towards the southeast corner of France with the city of Banyuls-sur-mer as the end station. Several other lines branch from the north-south line towards the west into the Pyrenees mountains. The FETA never managed to reach the tiny country Andorra though. There were plans to extend the railway system to Andorra but before the construction was started, the company was hit by a financial crisis.
Between 1935 and 1947 lines were closed and abandoned, most of them servicing villages in the Cantabrian Mountains.
Currently the FETA operates 1,593 km of track, of which 512 km is electrified.