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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


Mostly narrow-gauge special trains
Mk48 and steam trains at Csömödér Narrow-gauge Railway, an Mk48 at Királyrét that returned from Stainz, Austria and CRS Laminatka on a standard-gauge special train.

Kyiv-Lviv-Wolowets
A sadly actual gallery of the capital of Ukraine, the freight and passenger traffic of Skotarske-pass and the break-of-gauge at Chop.

Viseu, almost all the way
The L45H almost took us along the entire way.

142
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.

With a streamlined locomotive in the Duna valley

Locomotive classes: 242, V43, 6341, M44

Photo locations: 70, Budapest-Nyugati, 2, 71, 100, 142, Szob, 339, 370, Göd, Verőce, 338...

First photo Flick through the entire album

The class 303 heavy fasttrain locomotive was the last great success of Hungarian steam engine construction, but the streamlined speed recorder class 242 with its elegant green livery is the most exquisite locomotive one may come accross in our country - very lucky that one of this great series of locomotives survived in a condition so it could be restored to working state. I accompanied this engine on a nice voyage.

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High quality photos

The V43 1087 at the Nyugati station The V43 1010 at the Nyugati station Streamlined steam locomotive class 242 at the Nyugati station
The class 242 streamlined steam locomotive at Göd station Looking back The dining car

 

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All the pictures in this gallery

If you browse through the gallery pages, you're going to see the photos in order.

The V43 1276 at Nyugati station

The V43 1310 at the Nyugati station

The V43 1087 at the Nyugati station

The V43 1010 at the Nyugati station

Class 242 streamlined steam locomotive at the Nyugati station

Class 242 streamlined steam locomotive at the Nyugati station

The 6341 022-9 at the Nyugati station

Freight train at the Nyugati station

Streamlined steam locomotive class 242 at the Nyugati station

Streamlined steam locomotive class 242 at the Nyugati station

The controller of the historic train

The class 242 streamlined steam locomotive at Göd station

Vác didn’t allow for taking totals as the sun was completely behind the train

Looking back

The dining car

The dining car

The royal palace of Visegrád

A regional bus at Szob

Quality track layed a few months ago at Szob

The class 242switching sides at Szob station

The class 242switching sides at Szob station

The class 242switching sides at Szob station

 

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