(76-centimetarske) pruge bivse Jugoslavije
This narrow gauge discussion on the Zeljeznice.net forum now has over 120 pages with many interesting photos and maps. The text is in Croatian. Recommended viewing. It is mainly concerned with the lines out of Sarajevo.
The other threads on the Zeljeznice.net narrow gauge discussion group are also well worth exploring
Some of the many classes which worked on the narrow gauge can be seen on this page
Railroad Friends Society, Belgrade - Narrow Gauge forum (Serbian text)
This page has many photos of the surviving Class 83's
the coal mine system at Banovici, where the last narrow gauge locos are
industrial use, can be seen on these websites:
http://www.farrail.com/galleries/galerie_35-banovici-2003.html (German language)
http://www.fortunecity.de/lindenpark/bruecke/549/sudost.htm (German language)
The rebuilding of the line over the "Sargan 8" at Mokra Gora can be followed on these websites:
More photos of narrow gauge locos
and rolling stock on the
Railfan Europe picture gallery
This miniature railway in England has replicas of JZ Classes 73 and 83
The Zillertalbahn in Austria uses former JZ 0-8-2 No. 83-076 to haul passenger trains
73-019 and 97-029 are preserved in Austria at the Narrow Gauge Museum in Frohjach.
Details of working steam in Serbia and Bosnia can be found at: http://www.steam.demon.co.uk/trains/serbia1.htm.
narrow gauge is featured in this Wikepedia
article (German language)
as is the history of the Class 83
Some information on the Klose articulated locomotives.
A site covering all aspects of railways in the Balkans is The Virtual Roundhouse.
The German Wikipedia entry about the Šargan line:
The Ostbahn with some pictures never published before
galleries of the Feistritztalbahn in Styria with some pictures of
83-180 in action and a rebuilt class 740 diesel
Josef Pospichal's website has details of the JZ narrow gauge loco classes (German text)
Many photos by Jakov Bolotin taken on the Adriatic Coast in 2007 (Serbo Croat text)
Narrow gauge in Macedonia by Vladimir Petkov (Macedonian language)
A short history of the railways of Dalmatia by Elmar Oberegger
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