Mh.6 runs high on steam as it begins the climb upon the south ramp of the line to Sankt Pölten.
Steam locomotive of ABPF maneuvering on the street to form another tourist train passengers.
The line Mokra Gora – Sargan is 15.5 km long and it goes through 20 tunnels.
From Mokra Gora to Šargan Vitasi station the railway was named “Sargan 8” because of the unusual figure-of-eight loop by which it gains 300 metres in height between Mokra Gora and Šargan.
From Mokra Gora to Šargan Vitasi station the railway was named “Sargan 8” because of the unusual figure-of-eight loop by which it gains 300 metres in height between Mokra Gora and Sargan.
The heritage railway line from from Višegrad to Mokra Gora is one of the last narrow gauge steam railway border crossings in the world.
83–052 was built in 1926 by Arnold Jung Lokomotivfabrik. Technical data: length 13,70 m, speed 35 km/h, 7.0 t of water, 3.0 t of coal.
The line from Višegrad to Mokra Gora is a narrow-gauge 760 mm (2 ft 5 15⁄16 in) heritage railway and is a part of the former East Bosnian railway.
This Serbian fire truck is always in use in the city of Višegrad. It brings water for the steam locomotive.
Zillertalbahn steam locomotive #4, built in 1909 in Linz, Austria.
From Oskova (where the washery is located) the line goes uphill to Banovici, where the loco depot is situated. After another three kilometres the open cast mine of Grivice is reached. Between Osko... (more)
This powerful locomotive is actually former Jugoslavian Railways #83.076 which is leased to the ZB by Club 760.