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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.

Good appetite for Kecskemét

Locomotive classes: V43, Mk48, 6341

Photo locations: 155, Kiskunfélegyháza, 140, 146, 147, Kiskunmajsa...

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A narrow gauge railway is thought to be a nice little thing to be visited once in a lifetime. It has a festival every year, but on other days, what can be done there? It brings you from nowhere to nowhere, doesn't it? It's something that remained here from the old days, transporting livestock bred on the grass of the sand dunes and every satruday Aunt Mary to the city market with a handful of carrots and watered milk, isn't it? What use are the narrow gauge railways when so many of the bigger ones are closed?

Well, we found numerous uses during our two-day trip at Kiskunmajsa with my university department that I will try to explain to you on the following pages!

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High quality photos

The Mk48 2013 at Kecskemét KK station The controller The Mk48 2013 at Törökfái station
The department is travelling Mk48 2013 at Bugac station The slides of Kiskunmajsa
The slides of Kiskunmajsa

 

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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 Mk48 2013 at Kecskemét KK station

The Mk48 2013 at Kecskemét KK station

The Mk48 2013 at Kecskemét KK station

The controller

The Mk48 2013 at Törökfái station

The Mk48 2013 at Törökfái station

The department is travelling

Bugac station

Mk48 2013 at Bugac station

Mk48 2013 at Bugac station

Mk48 2013 at Bugac station

Mk48 2013 at Bugac station

Bugac station

Singing ad drinking

The Mk48 2022 at Kiskunmajsa KK station

I’ll be on the TV!

Kiskunmajsa thermal bath

The slides of Kiskunmajsa

The slides of Kiskunmajsa

The slides of Kiskunmajsa

The slides of Kiskunmajsa

The slides of Kiskunmajsa

The V43 1221 at Kiskunmajsa station

The V43 1217 at Kiskunmajsa station

The 6341 036-9 at Kiskunfélegyháza station

The 1047 010-2 and V43 1217 at Kiskunfélegyháza station

The V43 1222 and V43 1217 at Kiskunfélegyháza station

 

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