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2009-2014


Slovakia at the End of Summer
Retro-locomotives and diesel freight trains in the focus!

Day of the Railway at Kemence
Photos and videos from the 2017 event on the narrow-gauge museum forest railway.

Bosnia 2017
From the Banovici Coal Railway steam locomotives to the Talgo high-speed trains of the Sarajevo-Mostar-Capljina ralway accross the Dinari Alps.

Váli-völgyi Zsúr
Photos and videos of the Flecsút Narrow-gauge Railway on one of its busiest timetabled days.

My first times on Southern-Hungarian railways
Secondary railway lines with small railcars mostly photographed at stations.

Csajág station

Locomotive classes: Bzmot, M41

Photo locations: Csajág, 27, 29, Balatonfőkajár, Csajág felső, Balatonfőkajár felső...

First photo Flick through the entire album

Again I have to write a lead to an album of a branch line dedicated to be closed. It seems they will never be content with their work to ruin our railways, or let us be content that at least it's over, and the lines left are safe.

Nowadays every forum, paper and discussion is about the closure of lines, and other parts of the railways are surpressed to the background, the joy that could be found on the rails is poisoned by the continous thought that some lines are just being killed.

I don't really want to fill these albums with sad lookbacks, so I didn't take photos that would remind us to the downfall of these once so celebrated lines. I documented the daily routine - the loose daily routine with as few trains running on the branch lines as possible, deciding the destiny of these lines from up, cruelly.

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The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág from Lepsény

 

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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 re-motorized M41 2305 at Csajág station

The re-motorized M41 2305 at Csajág station

The Bzmot 330 at Csajág station

The Bzmot 330 at Csajág station

The Bzmot 330 at Csajág station

The points of Csajág

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág from Lepsény

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág from Lepsény

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág from Lepsény

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág from Lepsény

A Bzmot train is departing toward Székesfehérvár

The M41 2327 is arriving a Csajág

Paralells

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág

The Bzmot 330 is arriving at Csajág

Looking at Csajág station from the Hajmásér track

The Eastern exit of Csajág

Csajág

 

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