Uskotracne (76-centimetarske) pruge bivse Jugoslavije
This is 83-040, Budapest 5003/1929 at the Kharkov Pioneer Railway in Russia after the second world war. Thanks to Sergei Dorozhkov of Pereslavl Narrow Gauge Museum for the information. More photos of 83-040 at Kharkov may be viewed here.
73-018 scares the waiting horses as it crosses the Travnik to Lasva road near Vitez in August 1965. There were 23 of these Class 73 2-6-2's which were built as light passenger locomotives. This loco is one of three preserved and can be seen at Jablanica. Note the used shell cases filled with flowers above the cylinders.
85-004 about to leave Sarajevo on a train to Visegrad in May 1969.
Skoda built 0-10-0 1934 is seen here preserved in Prijedor.
Klose system 185-033 out of use at Dubrovnik shed in 1968.
A class 83 on Dubrovnik shed in 1968.
The tickets above are normal singles while the one below is for a Class 802 DMU plus a compulsory reservation charge of 2 Dinars.
The selection above was kindly provided by Detlef Schikorr
Thanks to Richard Clements for
these reminders of a journey he made in September 1971.
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