The 76cm gauge railways of Yugoslavia


Uskotracne (76-centimetarske) pruge bivse Jugoslavije

A major new book: "The Narrow Gauge Railways of Bosnia-Herzegovina" has been published by Keith Chester.  I would recommend this book to anyone seeking further details about the railways depicted on this website.

These are some of the other websites covering the former
narrow gauge lines of Yugoslavia

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)

Views of the coal mine system at Banovici, where the last narrow gauge locos are still in
industrial use, can be seen on these websites:

The rebuilding of the line over the "Sargan 8" at Mokra Gora can be followed on this website:

This miniature railway in England has replicas of JZ Classes 73 and 83

The Bosnian narrow gauge is featured in this Wikepedia article (German language)

as is the history of the Class 83

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

Picture 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)

WWII Maps of Yugoslavia 1:100,000 scale

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