On October 20, a crash happened on the Budapest - Subotica (Serbia) mainline. An inattentive driver of an overloaded gravel truck and a northbound stack train crashed at a field crossing near the ... (more)
Danish and German railfans making a "Nohab-Balkan tour" to Kosovo. The train started yesterday at Augsburg, (Germany) with the unique ex-danish ATSF warbonnet paint scheme GM-EMD Nohab. At the bor... (more)
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The melt dross was unloaded a few minutes ago, now the steel works switcher waits for the excavator to break out the remaining dross from the kettle, which became solid.
The Székely Express special train just arrived from Romania with the Nohab wearing the coat of arms of Hungary. The train made a journey to the famous annual catholic pilgrimage to Sumuleu Ciuc (C... (more)
The traditional huge firework display symbolize the end of the Hungarian Nation's main holiday.
Maestral international passenger train (Split-Zagreb-Budapest) just departed with some EMD smoke from Cakovec station towards the Hungarian border.
The two exhibited engines are ready to exchange places. The old V60-003 arrived from the garden of the Technical College of Budapest on a trailer, and were taken to the new destination which is th... (more)
The new Mercedes-Benz car factory is still under construction at the city of Kecskemét. The factory serving trains will use the electrified mainlines, but the Budapest - Kecskemét secondary non-el... (more)
The first passenger service at February 13th has stuck between Polgárdi-Ipartelepek and Polgárdi stations due to the snowstorms. M62-165 and M41-2330 locomotives were sent to help out the little B... (more)
The famous Royal Hungarian Express is waiting for departure in Békéscsaba station.
Varazdin-Zagreb passenger train leaves the village of Podrute.
The 060-DA "Sulzer" rented from "Rolling Stock" company by Train Hungary is pulling out with it's loaded cars from the rockmine.
The Race.Sixth Central European Steam Engine Grand Prix and Second International Dining Car Convention. On the left: The Hungarian 109 109 engine, on the right: JDZ 01 88 wich won the race.