Czech and Hungarian-made trams in the heart of Budapest.
GDR-made diesel shunting locomotive with century-old cars on the turntable.
The smallest Hungarian reversing diesel organizes the inhabitants of the museum.
Hungarian-made diesel and electric locomotives from the 1930s to the 1970s, not in chronological order.
The freight train locomotive of Rail Cargo Hungaria is waiting for work.
A freight train leaves from Békéscsaba towards the Romanian border.
Czechoslovak type has been operating in the capital of Hungary since 1980.
American design, Swedish production, Hungarian love and admiration.
Crossing of classic Tatra trams. Czechoslovak type has been operating in the capital of Hungary since 1980.
Nostalgia tram in downtown Nagyvárád.
Brightly colored Czechoslovak-made tram, on the main square of Nagyvárad.
The 54-meter-long, 353-seat vehicle type has been operating in Budapest since 2006.
Reversing nostalgia train in Békéscsaba.
Diesel assisted motor train leaves Békéscsaba.
Vehicles awaiting restoration in the Railway History Park.