The 76cm gauge railways of Yugoslavia

Uskotracne (76-centimetarske) pruge bivse Jugoslavije


A selection of photos by Dr. E Scherer - page 3

Rack fitted 97-025 is being turned on the turntable at Bradina shed while a Class 85 2-8-2
simmers in the roundhouse, August 1965.


Two Class 802 DMU's at Dubrovnik in 1967.


2-6-2 73-008 on a passenger train at Prijedor, the northern terminus of the Steinbeis Railway, in August 1967.  The loco is standing on a crossover with the standard gauge line.


73-015 passing the shed at Prijedor in August 1967.


Two views of DMU's on the 76cm Zagreb to Samobor line on July 29th 1970.  The Samobor line was not part of the national system but was run by the city of Zagreb.  The railway opened in 1901 and closed in 1979.  It had four of these diesel trainsets, three of which were scrapped on closure.   One DMU survived and the body is now at Zagreb Marshalling Yard while the bogies are in the Croatian Railway Museum.  The surviving unit is DEV-3.  Plans are now being made for a new railway to run from Zagreb to Samobor.  The line could be viewed from the main line from northern Europe to Zagreb and was often a passing enthusiasts first view of the Yugoslav narrow gauge.


A selection of photographs by Detlef Schikorr

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