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= 7 dana vožnje, cca 2626 km vožnje uključujući SŽ, ŽS, ŽRS i MAV.

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Nice photos pwormald! :palac:

 

When you have time, write us something more about the trip, some story would be nice also. ;)

I will try, really busy at moment :(

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i am actually trying to find myself caught on tape at railroad crossing in Generalski Stol, i was first in a row when the train passed :)

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When you have time, write us something more about the trip, some story would be nice also. ;)

Croatia - PTG "Rail Wonders of Croatia"

PTG ran a seven day tour in Croatia from September 30 - October 6. The train actually ran from Ljubljana and used GM powered locomotives throughout. A Slovenian 644 "Spanka" hauled the train to the border station at Dobova and then the train proceeded via the Zagreb avoiding line (first passenger train for many years) and then south via the "Lika" line for the long run to Split. The next day saw the train run north from Split to Perković for the branch to Šibenik and a trip into the docks at Šibenik Luka and then north to Knin and the threatened branch line to Zadar. After a terrific thunderstorm during the night the train continued north and at Knin the whole train went into the depot for a visit before heading north to Zagreb via Ogulin.

It was then the turn of all the branches off "table 12" north of Zagreb which included Harmica, Ðurmanec, Gornja Stubica and Golubovec and then from Varaždin to Koprivnica for the night. Next it was time to head for Osijek, using the DMU only operated line from Križevci to Bjelovar and then via Kloštar and Virovitica to Bizovac for the freight only line Belišće and back. After a lunch stop and depot visit at Osijek it was on via Erdut and the first passenger train over the bridge to Bogojevo in Serbia for many years and a very nice welcome from local tourist agency! The train then headed to Vinkovci via the short branch line to Vukovar. The final full day in Croatia saw the train have a storming run to Novska and then a photo stop at the new bridge over the Sava river at Jasenovac and then on to Sunja and a quick trip via Volinja to Dobrljin on Bosnia! It was then back through Volinja and on via Sunja and Sisak to Zagreb Resnik where the train was taken into the massive Gredelj factory for a visit. Once back on the move almost all of the Zagreb freight lines were covered and the train returned to Koprivnica for a second night in the city.

The final day saw the train cross the river into Gyékényes (making it the fifth country visited on the tour!) when an elderly M62 took the train for the short distance to Murakeresztúr where another HZ GM took over for the run south for another "train into depot" visit at Varaždin. The final section of the journey saw the train go north to Čakovec where another Slovenian 644 take over via Središče to Kidričevo. As s Sž had engineering works the tour had to take a bus replacement service (thankfully only 11 km) and then a third 644 gave a very throaty run via the Sava River back to Ljubljana for the end of the tour

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Does anyone know the history of this railcar please? We saw it at Varaždin

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We really liked the junior "red cap" at Drniš :)

 

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Some of our group at Erdut :)

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Does anyone know the history of this railcar please? We saw it at Varaždin

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JŽ 612 001 (http://www.zeljeznice.net/forum/index.php?/topic/121-dmu-jz611-i-jz612/)

 

Built by TŽV Gredelj as a "salon" railcar on the base of JŽ 611 series DMUs - aluminium chassey (frame), diesel-electric traction, fairly advanced for 1960's ...

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Pozdrav.

Evo i skromni doprinos od mene.

Knin 02.10.2012

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I ode on polako Ličkom prugom.......

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Ličanka 008 bila je okrenuta "naopako", ali je gospodin slučaj odredio da izdrži još samo do Pađena.

Za zamjenu je došla 010 okrenuta "pravilno.

Tako da je na Čupkoviću to izgledalo ovako..........

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Od mene toliko.

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