A freight train leaves from Békéscsaba towards the Romanian border.
Regional Express on the way from Vienna to Praha
Diesel assisted motor train leaves Békéscsaba.
The most common type of electric locomotive of the Hungarian State Railways. 379 pieces were made of it.
A passenger train arrives from Budapest to Szolnok.
Czechoslovak-made motor train. Some copies of the series were modernized in the late 90s.
The most powerful Hungarian-made electric locomotive. It was in production between 1977 and 1988. 52 pieces of the type were made
A grain freight train arrives at a morning time.
A Russian-made motor train arrives from Szeged to Békéscsaba on a summer morning.
A combination of Hungarian and Czech electric locomotives. Between their creation approx. 30 years have passed.
A reversing freight train arrives from an industrial area on the outskirts of town.
A short InterCity train departs from Békéscsaba to L?kösháza, towards the Romanian border.
The type manufactured in the Soviet Union in the 1970s is the most powerful diesel locomotive series currently in operation of the Hungarian State Railways.
A passenger train leaves for the city of Szeged. The assembly was made in the 70s.
An Intercity train arrives from Budapest, on the newly renovated railway track.