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The 117 176 in the snow-covered forest of Szilvásvárad, near the highest point of the Hungarian public railway network at 379 m

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2009-2014


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Diesel-locomotive hauled trains on the capital commuter branch line.

Lillafüred Logging Railway: 100 years and a little
The spectacular mountain railway shows off some new photos and also refers to some of the highlights of the network.

Chabówka, steam museum
Polish steamers and some visitors.

With a Diesel to Bánokszentgyörgy
Actually two, a freight and a passenger charter was photographed on the freight-only branch of the Csömödér narrow-gauge railway network.

Höllentalbahn
The Lower Austrian narrow-gauge railway leads from the feet of the Semmering Railway to the Raxalpe.

Diesel -> M44 300 (GySEV / Raaberbahn)

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The GYSEV 448 303 seen between Felsőkörtvélyes and Sárbogárd

The GYSEV 448 303 seen between Felsőkörtvélyes and Sárbogárd

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 305 seen between Farád and Csorna

The GYSEV 448 305 seen between Farád and Csorna

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 305 seen between Farád and Csorna

The GYSEV 448 305 seen between Farád and Csorna

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 309-7 seen at Szentgotthárd

The GYSEV 448 309-7 seen at Szentgotthárd

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV M44 309 seen at Beled

The GYSEV M44 309 seen at Beled

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV M44 307 is seen between Boldogasszony and Mosonszentandrás (St. Andrä am Zicksee, Austria)

The GYSEV M44 307 is seen between Boldogasszony and Mosonszentandrás (St. Andrä am Zicksee, Austria)

Photo by: Takács Bence

The local freight train with two Raaberbahn M44s between Vulkapordány (Wulkaprodersdorf, Ausztria) and Darufalva (Drassburg, Ausztria)

The local freight train with two Raaberbahn M44s between Vulkapordány (Wulkaprodersdorf, Ausztria) and Darufalva (Drassburg, Ausztria)

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GySEV/Raaberbahn M44 305 with the local freight train at Körmend

The GySEV/Raaberbahn M44 305 with the local freight train at Körmend

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 301 seen at Sopron

The GYSEV 448 301 seen at Sopron

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 311 seen at Sopron

The GYSEV 448 311 seen at Sopron

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV 448 312 seen shunting at Szentgotthárd

The GYSEV 448 312 seen shunting at Szentgotthárd

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV M44 312 at Fertőszentmiklós

The GYSEV M44 312 at Fertőszentmiklós

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GYSEV M44 307 is seen at Boldogasszony station (Frauenkirchen, Austria) - the MÁV-HÉV class 1 building had been expanded with a small outlook office for the dispatcher which has since been removed due to the building of a new track and platform

The GYSEV M44 307 is seen at Boldogasszony station (Frauenkirchen, Austria) - the MÁV-HÉV class 1 building had been expanded with a small outlook office for the dispatcher which has since been removed due to the building of a new track and platform

Photo by: Takács Bence

The GySEV/Raaberbahn M44 305 with the local freight train at Körmend

The GySEV/Raaberbahn M44 305 with the local freight train at Körmend

Photo by: Takács Bence

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