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The Mk45 2001 has received its original colour scheme and is on a load test with the small panoramic and a large panoramic car on the Budapest Children s Railway. The photo has been taken between Normafa and Csillebérc stops.

Additional images

New albums

2009-2014


Retro Weekend at
Lake Balaton

Class M61 Nohab, M62 Szergej and M40 Púpos at the North bank railway to Tapolca.

With a steam locomotive
to Tapolca

A perfect day with the 424,247 and some other trains.

Uzhhorod Children's Railway
Traveling on the newly reopened Uzhhorod Children's Railway and photos taken on the main line of long freight trains.

TEZ and TREZ
Trencianska, Tatry and Fatry with the typical veicles of the regions. An album in which the fans of narrow-gauge, rack and standard gauge mainline diesel all find their favourites in wonderful scenery.

Bluzsgyi - The blue Sprinter railcar
The most reliable diesel train of MÁV, made by Metrowagonmash, is getting refurbished. apart from that the gallery will have electric multiple units and special liveries in great numbers.

Around the Mátra mountain with the M40 201 "Humpback"

Locomotive classes: M40, 408, Bzmot, sorompó, 6341, M41

Photo locations: 84, 81, Kisterenye, Recsk-Parádfürdő, Parád, Mátraballa, Mátraderecske, Tar, 80, Mátraverebély, Nemti, Verpelét, Hatvan, 82, Mátramindszent...

First photo Flick through the entire album

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High quality photos

The charter near Tar Kisterenye station We arrived at Kisterenye
Near Lake Maconka Mátramindszent Between Mátramindszent and Mátraballa
Before Mátraderecske Before Mátraderecske Before Mátraderecske
Recsk-Parádfürdő Recsk-Parádfürdő The Bzmot and 246 at Recsk-Parádfürdő

 

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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 Bzmot 246 with a trailer at Kisterenye station

Petition

Embarking

The crossing of the trains of Bzmot 234 and 246 at Recsk-Parádfürdő station

The Bzmot 234 from the front

Ready to go

Ready to go

First stop: Tar station

First stop: Tar station

The 6341 025-2 and the M40 201 meet at Tar station

Migration

The charter near Tar

The charter near Tar

The charter near Tar

The charter near Tar

The M40 201 before Mátraverebély

Kisterenye station

We arrived at Kisterenye

Someking on the photographers

There are mountains to the North as well

We play the fast train...

A very close shot

Kisterenye

The M41 2120 and M40 201 at Kisterenye

Together with a bikeholder

Bus to replace the trains

Excuse me for the toilet

Near Lake Maconka

Near Lake Maconka

Mátramindszent

Mátramindszent

Between Mátramindszent and Mátraballa

Between Mátramindszent and Mátraballa

Between Mátramindszent and Mátraballa

At Mátraballa

At Mátraballa

Before Mátraderecske

Before Mátraderecske

Before Mátraderecske

Before Mátraderecske

Before Mátraderecske

Boarding

Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

The Bzmot 188 at Recsk-Parádfürdő

The Bzmots 188 and 246 at Recsk-Parádfürdő

The Bzmot and 246 at Recsk-Parádfürdő

Recsk-Parádfürdő

At Verpelét

At Verpelét

At Verpelét

At Verpelét

At Verpelét

At Kál-Kápolna

Returned to Hatvan

 

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