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23rd September 2017




This newsletter covers the World outside the British Isles from information
supplied by members.

Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Compilers or of the Society.

International Editor (to whom all email and postal contributions should be sent):
Paul Griffin, 7 School Bell Mews, Church Lane, Stoneleigh, COVENTRY, CV8 3ZZ
Email: [email protected]
Deputy International Editor: Derek Woodward, 68 Church Street, Matlock, DERBY, DE4 3BY


Bodø is the northernmost point of the main Norwegian railway system. Narvik, of course, is further north, but can
only be accessed through Sweden. The 07:38 from Trondheim takes almost 10 hours to make the journey to Bodø
each day, and once the train has arrived the loco driver has more work to do, first running round (observed in the
picture), refueling, shunting the train onto the sleeper coach on the left of the picture (normally there are two), then
returning it to the adjacent platform ready for the 21:10 departure for Trondheim. The station building is large, but
largely private office space now and there is no ticket office – only machines. Once there were sidings to the
dockside to the right of the photographer, but no trace remains as a car park covers their location. Freight Is still
handled though, as the containers and track on the right indicate. The locomotive is Di4-655, one of the members
of the small class of four which operate the services mentioned above and a few others on the Trondheim to Bodø


[367] Austria – New chord planned to avoid Sigmundsherberg
TR Europe reports that Regional Authorities and ÖBB are to start planning a new 3km chord
connecting the Hadersdorf to Sigmundsherberg line with the Wien Franz Josef to Sigmundsherberg
and Gmünd line. The intention is to allow direct services from the district capital of Horn to Wien. The
new chord could be complete by 2020.

[368] Hungary – A visit to the Zalaegerszeg area
The 49km branch line from Zalaegerszeg to Rédics is MÁV line 23. It is single-track, non-electrified and
runs initially south, then west through a predominantly rural area. When constructed it was actually a
through route running Ukk – Zalabér – Zalaszentiván - Zalaegerszeg - Rédics - Alsólendva (now
Lendava) - Csáktornya (now Čakovec). It opened on 12 October 1890, but border changes after WW2
saw the Rédics to Lendava section close as Lendava was in the new Yugoslavia.
Passenger services are provided by MÁV single railcars of type BzMOT (now class 117), usually towing
a trailer. Line speeds are poor – 60km/h maximum, with most of the line 40 km/h. Services are sparse
with just 4 train pairs daily, geared to delivering workers to and from Zalaegerszeg. As a result there is
a 7 hour gap between the 07:16 and 14:37 trains from Zalaegerszeg to Rédics which has consequences
when planning a visit to the narrow gauge railway - of which more shortly. A wireless routing traffic
management system (MERÁFI), which was piloted on the railway, is used. Most stops are request
stops since April 2013, with passengers wishing to alight being required to press buttons mounted by
the doors. Freight is important, with every station other than Rédics a potential loading point for
timber from the Zala forest. Passenger traffic has a much more uncertain future. There have been
proposals on several occasions to close the line, but others to reopen the cross-border section into
The arrival of the 05:55 from Rédics to Zalaegerszeg was observed and the train was well filled with
commuters. By contrast the 07:16 departure from Zalaegerszeg to Rédics was almost empty. There is
tank traffic into Zalaergerszeg from the electrified lines to the north and an industrial branch trails in
south of the station. It was a little surprising to see an elderly Slovakian class 240 (‘Goldfish Bowl’)
electric locomotive stabled in the station. South of Zalaegerszeg it was disappointing to note that the
large industrial area is not rail connected. Intermediate stations showed widely varying styles of
architecture and construction, with the contract for some shelters seemingly won by the local garden
centre. There are well used sidings for timber loading at Bak and also Guterfelde (where most of the
few people on the train alighted). At Csömödör Paka railway interest notches up as this is one of two
access points to the Csömödör Állami Erdei Vasút, the narrow gauge railway which is the big attraction
for railway enthusiasts. After the MÁV station the NG line crosses the railway on a flat crossing and
heads north. After a couple of minor halts it reappears and runs alongside the railway to another flat
crossing just before Lenti station. Like at Csömödör, there are transshipment facilities from NG to SG,
but this time as a short branch trailing in after the station. Finally Rédics is reached, the station being
on the outskirts of the small town. For track gricers it is important to realise that the BzMOT must run
round its trailer, and that there is no objection to people remaining on it whilst this is done – so an
opportunity to get further towards the distant buffer stops.
The Csömödör Állami Erdei Vasút railway was built for forestry, but since 1954 has operated passenger
trains in the summer months, trains running 22 April to 30 September this year.

Timetable at

To travel the full length of the line it is probably easiest to catch the 07:16 from Zalaegerszeg to Lenti,
and from there take the 10:00 departure from Lenti AEV to Kistolmács, returning to either Csömödör
or Lenti to catch the afternoon train from Rédics to Zalaegerszeg. This gives long waits at Lenti and
Csömödör, so most gricers take the afternoon outward train from Csömödör Paka to Rédics to finish
the branch. Tickets can be purchased on the train.
To get from Lenti (MÁV) station to Lenti AEV station turn right outside the MÁV station then right
again over the railway crossing to find the AEV station on the right after a few hundred metres. The
station building includes a forestry museum and a small railway museum which includes a ticket office
(penztar) which did not issue tickets when our member visited – the guard fulfilling this duty. There is
a small shed and the line goes through a gate into a timber yard, at the other side of which is the
standard gauge branch connected to the main line. The train on this occasion was formed by 2 open
sided wooden carriages hauled by a class C-50 diesel locomotive which was in poor external condition.
Passenger services are operated by Zalaerdő Zrt. and are very popular with about 23,000 passengers
carried annually in recent years.

The platform at Lenti AEV station with the shed beyond. By the C50 locomotive points give access to a branch through a gate into
the woodyard behind the fence on the right of the picture, where transshipment to standard gauge can occur.

The gauge is 760 mm and there are several freight branches heading north from the Lenti to
Kistolmács ‘spine’. This is 32 km long, making it the longest NG railway in the country, but this is
dwarfed by the length of the freight only branches, which raise the total to 109km, though not all are
in use at one time. Motive power is provided by 2 Mk48 diesels, 9 C-50 diesels and a single steam
engine, the latter being for hire though apparently not available in 2017 for ‘technical reasons’. About
20 people were present on the train, including four German enthusiasts with cameras worth the GDP
of a small African nation. The line sets off north, and the first (unmarked) stop is by the flat crossing as
it is near the town centre.

Two barriers have to be unlocked and opened here (see picture above), after which the line swings
round to run parallel with the SG for a few kilometres before it swings north into the forest. On the
MÁV line beween Csömödör and Lenti the stub of a former branch had been seen on the north side of
the line, and the NG line now crossed this (the SG was severed) then ran parallel with the rusted
overgrown SG tracks which ended in buffer stops. Obviously a former transshipment area. After a
triangle at the most northerly point giving access to a long branch, the line swings south to cross the
SG line at another gated flat crossing and run into Csömödör. The station is at the end of a short
branch which trails in, so the train must reverse back along the branch past sidings with timber,
another shed, and lines of locomotives to reach a low platform by a cafe cum picnic area. The cafe was
open, and did brisk business in the 30 minute stop. During this another C-50 locomotive detached one
of the carriages to form the next service from Csömödör to Lenti.

Csömödör AEV station with picnic tables and café on the right. The shed and sidings are behind the photographer.

A short walk up the dirt road away from the cafe brings visitors to the fence separating the grounds of
the NG railway from the MÁV SG line, and an open gate allows passengers to walk over the tracks to
Csömödör Paka station.
With 13.4 km completed, the now one coach train set off for the remaining 17.3km to Kistolmács.
There are a number of small stations en-route and two branch lines diverging left before Bázakerettye
is reached. This is the only sizeable town on the railway, its development stimulated by the finding of
oil and gas in 1937. Hot springs are also present and since 2000 the town has become a spa popular

with tourists. There is a substantial but disused station building. Soon Kistolmács is reached. The loop
is before the station, so the locomotive quickly runs round and propels into the station which is by a
rather quiet country road in the forest.

Kistolmács station and the end of the line by a very rural junction of minor roads

There is no incentive to linger, especially if the weather turns against you, as it did now. A large bus
party were waiting to board, and almost every seat on the train was filled when it set off for the return
journey, in rather wet conditions.

[369] Italy – Train pair using Foggia avoiding line
From 28 June Trenitalia introduced a new Frecciargento train pair between Roma and Bari which runs
non-stop and uses the Foggia avoiding line, opened in 2015. The trains are the 06:24 Bari Central –
Roma Termini and 18:55 Roma Termini – Bari Centrale.

[370] Italy – Genoa’s amazing transformer funicular
The Ascensore Montegalletto Funicular Railway may be the most unique form of underground railway
transport in the world. This funicular railway "transforms" into a lift/elevator. It runs directly into the
heart of the mountain for 236 metres, transforms, and then goes vertically for 69 metres up to street
level just outside the Castello d'Albertis. The engineering is very interesting and it must have been very
brave of the design team to propose such a challenging design.

[371] Netherlands - Spoorboog Coevorden opens
This new section of track built by the Dutch infrastructure company ProRail effectively creates a new
west to east curve between the Emmen – Coevorden – Mariënberg branch and the Coevorden to Bad
Bentheim freight line, which allows trains from Mariënberg to avoid reversal at Coevorden. The new
line entered service on 3 May 2017.

[372] Serbia – Attempts to reopen Šid - Bijeljina
The route from Šid via Sremska Rača Nova to the town of Bijeljina located in Republika Srpska has
been without any traffic for years, but there are efforts to revive it. Bijeljina, with 114,000 inhabitants,
is the fifth largest municipality in the north-east of Bosnia-Herzegovina but only has a railway
connection to Serbia – a legacy of the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. After the first talks in 2014
between the mayors of the towns of Šid and Bijeljina, there was a further meeting in July 2015 with
the Executive Director of Železnice Srbije (ŽS) and agreement to re-establish the rail link. In May 2016,
the Minister of Transport and Communications of Republika Srpska announced that the Željeznice
Republike Srpske (ŽRS) will take over the 18.467km section to the border from Železnice Srbije and
reconstruct it. The station of Bijeljina is to be combined with the bus station, for which the latter is to
be moved by a few hundred metres. Approval procedures have already been initiated and when
completed ŽRS will start its activities in accordance with the planned timetable. In February 2017 the
preparatory works (clearing of the buildings, etc.) were completed on the old railway station, but the
transfer of the property and its registration in the Republika Srpska was still awaited. The Most u Rači
border bridge (built in 1934, formerly called "Queen Maria Bridge", named after the Yugoslav Queen
Marie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen), which was thoroughly renovated after the Civil War by means of
international financial resources, no longer carries road traffic as in 2010 a new road bridge was built.

[373] Serbia – New bridge over Danube at Novi Sad finally to open
The completion of the new railway bridge in Novi Sad across the Danube which has already been
postponed several times, most recently towards the middle of 2016, appears to be finally opening
after a four year delay on 21 November 2017.

[374] Slovakia - BLNI 1287 Frontispiece question
The sight of the apparently disused and abandoned tram lines running either side of the main street in
Košice in BLNI 1287 prompted one member to recall that he had travelled on a horse tram over the left
hand track in the frontispiece picture on 20 July 2003 between the Hotel Ambassador and Hotel Slovan
(now the DoubleTree Hilton), which is about 0.8km. A picture from this year is provided below (for e-
BLNI readers).

[375] Switzerland – Paper timetable still available in future
Despite the announcement in 2016 that this year’s edition would be the last, a slimmed-down version
of Swiss Federal Railways’ printed Official Timetable will appear in November, though with a limited
print run. Next year the timetable book (minus bus times) will be published by the Public Transport
Interest Group, rail lobby group Pro Bahn Switzerland and the Swiss Environmental Transport
Association. The November edition can already be ordered from the Association’s website for CHF19
($19.80), excluding postage and packaging.

[376] Switzerland - Useful websites
The Schienenverkehr Schweiz website gives useful information on railway companies, stations and
lines in Switzerland. In German, but easy to navigate. also has useful information and the menu can be viewed in English.
Click on Archive and the sub-menu includes Timetables (previous years), Netgraph (schematic of
railway system) and Graphic timetables. The graphic timetables for private railways all include km
distances, and many include heights, gradients and line schematics. Click on Timetable data to
download the current timetable as a .zip file.

[377] Switzerland - Work starts on the new Châtel-Saint-Denis station and curve
Trains on the metre gauge line from Palézieux to Bulle currently have to reverse at Châtel-Saint-Denis.
A project started on 30 August to relocate the station onto a new curve which will avoid the need for
reversal, and this not only includes the railway works, but also a new road, diversion of a watercourse
and creation of a green link. The whole project will take 3 years, and for eight months, between spring
and autumn 2019, the railway line between Châtel-Saint-Denis and Palézieux will be completely closed
with replacement buses operating. The new station will be commissioned in November 2019. The
map (e-BLNI only) suggests that the lines to the old terminus will be removed.


[378] Angola – More of the Benguela Railway handed over
Construction company China Railway 20 Bureau Group has formally handed over further sections of
the 1301 km Benguela Railway to the government of Angola. Events marking the transfer of ownership
were held on 29 June in Kuito and on 27 July at Luau, close to the border with the Democratic Republic
of Congo. The handover marks the end of the contract with CR20 which had started in 2008.

[379] Australia – Perth Metronet system expansion plans
The first stage of the Metronet program includes:

Completion of the Forrestfield Airport line by end of 2020. A tunnel boring machine arrived at the
future site of Forrestfield station in June. A second is expected.
Yanchep extension by 2021
Construction of Thornlie to Cockburn line by 2021
Planning and construction of Morley to Ellenbrook line by 2022
Byford extension by 2023
A program of level crossing removal on several lines and new stations at Karnup and Midland

[380] Canada – News from British Columbia
CN (freight): a new direct intermodal service was introduced mid-August between Vancouver and
Detroit via the border crossing at Portal ND. Any containers flagged for customs inspection are simply
lifted off the train here and reloaded onto the next available onward service, so that no shunting of
wagons is necessary, allowing for much improved transit times.
Canadian Pacific: Freight service over the Marpole Bridge, which crosses the north arm of the Fraser
River, was halted in July 2014 due to fire damage. Repairs allowed removal in May 2015 of tank cars
that had been left stranded, but CP did not restore service to the one remaining customer (Univar, a
distributor of chemical products). The bridge has since been damaged again, when struck by a barge in
March 2016. The Canadian Transportation Authority has now ordered CPR to compensate Univar for
loss of rail freight service, which remains suspended; CP has however now initiated the formal 3-year
period of notice for abandoning the line.
BNSF Railway: Contrary to previous reports, diversion of empty coal trains via the Southern Railway of
BC has not been resumed, as agreement could not be reached with Canadian Pacific over use of their
tracks through Surrey and Langley. SRY has perpetual running powers over the line, but CP regards
these trains as BNSF and therefore not covered by that agreement.

[381] Canada - Discount Tuesday quirks
Those who have travelled with Canadian Railways national operator VIA may well receive emails
promoting ‘Discount Tuesday’ and offering bargain fares. However, caution is advisable, as there are
things about the booking system that you will need to know! For example, they will let you book only a
one-way trip to wherever you're going, but not the return trip. The weekly e-mail redirects you to
It's true that if you start from there and click on the "Book now" button for a given city pair, you will be
redirected to Reservia with a one-way trip already chosen. But there's no need to follow that route to
get the Discount Tuesday fares. For instance, the Ottawa - Montreal discount fare is $29, and if you
just start from <>, you can easily book a round trip with both legs at that
fare. Of course you have to choose valid dates, and you may have to search to find trains offering that
fare, since it's not available for all trains on all dates. This contrasts with the way the sleeper discount
offers work. To get them, you do need to start at, and that page will
only allow you to book one-way trips. If you start from the main Reservia page, you can book a round
trip, but the fare will be higher; you won't get the "Deal" fare.
There's another quirk with the "Our Lowest Fares" page. Discount Tuesday fares are now available to
intermediate points, but that page doesn't show them. For example, if you choose Ottawa as your
starting point, it says there are tickets to Toronto "starting at $39" (the Discount Tuesday fare) and to
Oshawa "starting at $42".But in fact, $39 fares are also available for Ottawa - Oshawa. If you choose
Oshawa as your starting point, it doesn't mention Discount Tuesday at all, and says "starting at $42"
for travel to Ottawa, Montreal, or Kingston. But in fact the $39 Discount Tuesday fare is available to all
of those destinations. Again, that contrasts with the way sleeper deals work; you can't get the latter to
intermediate stations. To recap, you DON'T need to go through the "Our Lowest Fares" page to get
Discount Tuesday fares. You CAN book round trips at those fares. Those fares are offered for many
other station pairs in addition to the ones shown on that page.

[382] Canada - Nova Scotia subsidizes Cape Breton line to Sydney
The province of Nova Scotia and the Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway Ltd. have signed a
one-year agreement to preserve rail infrastructure between St. Peter's Junction and Sydney.
The company will not apply to abandon a portion of the rail line and the province will reimburse valid
expenses up to CA$60,000 a month. The railway line would play a significant role in a proposed
container terminal at Sydney, which is currently undergoing a comprehensive feasibility study.

[383] Cuba – Problems on the Hershey railway
Problems on the Hershey railway which goes from Havana eastwards to Matanzas are getting worse
and the mainline is currently only serviceable between Playas del Este and Canasi. The line is cut
between Canasi and Matanzas due to a bridge which will not be worked on until 2018 (this stops their
only remaining freight service), and is also cut between Casa Blanca (the Hershey station in Havana)
and the junction with the Playas del Este branch due to catenary problems. There are difficulties
keeping the old rolling stock going as well as retaining the workforce which sees no future for the
railway and are open for opportunities elsewhere.

[384] India - Indian railway 'coolies' to be renamed in bid to improve their status
This colonial term for porters will be scrapped as part of plan to raise working conditions and
modernise the country’s rail system. The lot of the downtrodden Indian railway “coolie”, or porter, is
set to improve under plans laid out by the government to try to modernise the country’s vast railway
system. Porters will now be referred to as “sahayaks” (“helpers” in Hindi) instead of “coolie”, a
derogatory term widely regarded as a relic of British colonial rule in India. Porters will also be given
new uniforms, be asked to learn “soft skills” for dealing with passengers, and to ease the hardship of
carrying heavy suitcases – often balanced on their heads – more trolleys for porters will be made
available. Whilst many of the proposed changes have been welcomed by the army of Indian porters –
300 alone are said to work at Chennai central station – talk of their iconic crimson uniforms being
replaced with shirts bearing sponsors’ logos is seen by some as a step too far. One porter told the
Times of India that if the minister really wanted to do something for them, he should have focused on
retirement plans as well as creating job opportunities for their children. But for now, many of the
porters, most of whom earn only 400 rupees (£4.20) a day, have a different concern: the growing
trend in India for using wheelie bags, meaning fewer passengers are paying porters to carry their
luggage. Babloo, a porter at Ludhiana railway station in the Punjab, told Indian newspaper the Tribune:
“The railways minister announced that porters would get new uniform and training on soft skills. But
this training will be futile as porters are experienced in their work and would learn nothing new from
the training. Instead, it is passengers who need some training in soft skills so that they speak to porters
with humility.” Partap, another porter, said: “We continue to be neglected for the past 40 years and
our condition will not change by just addressing us as sahayaks. We have been demanding benefits
such as pension and insurance, which will actually benefit us after retirement.”

[385] Israel - Kishon Port rail link inaugurated
The Haifa port authority and National Railway have built a 2km rail connection to the Kishon area at
the eastern end of Haifa Port enabling freight trains to run directly to destinations across the Israel
Railways network. It was inaugurated on 17 August. Tracks have also been extended to accommodate
container trains.

[386] USA – Penn Station modernisation starts
Construction has begun on a $1.6bn expansion of New York’s Penn Station, transforming the original,
century-old James A. Farley Post Office Building into the 120,000 sq m large Moynihan Train Hall. The
Moynihan Train Hall will feature a new, “spectacular” 28 m high skylight that will rest upon the
building's historic steel trusses. All LIRR and Amtrak trains will be served by the nine platforms and 17
tracks that will be accessible from the Train Hall, serviced by 11 escalators and seven elevators.
The Train Hall will provide a direct connection to the Eighth Avenue Subway and create direct access to
the railway station from 9th Avenue for the first time. The new Train Hall is targeted for completion by
the end of 2020.

List of Special Trains on Lines without Passenger Services

Germany 2017

24. 09. DVG Shuttles Oranienbaum(Anh) - Ferropolis [also 30.IX, 1.X]

24. 09. Bayernhafen Shuttles Aschaffenburg Süd - Containerterminal (10.30 - 17.00)

24. 09. EM Vienenburg Oranienbaum(Anh) - Ferropolis

28. 9-3/10. DGEG Museum railways in Saarland, Lothringen and Luxemburg [DE/FR/LU]

30. 09. + NbSE Egeln - Staßfurt - Berlin-Wannsee - Berlin-Lichterfelde West - Berlin Goerzallee and return

30. 09. TEV Gotha - Emleben, Straußfurt - Sömmerda

30. 09. Osningbahn Gütersloh Nord - Hövelhof [also 8.X]

03. 10. Lalsohammer Running day Parkeisenbahn Lalsohammer

03. 10. Sauren AB Heizwerk Silberhütte, AB Schotterwerk Unterberg, Wendeschleife Stiege

07. 10. + EM Bochum Witten Hbf - Oberwengern - Hagen-Vorhalle - Schwerte(Ruhr), Gelsenkirchen-Schalke -
Bottrop Süd

07. 10. VFSEV Industriebahn Ludwigsburg

09-15. 10. + DB Diversion of ICE 12, 18 via Köln Südbrücke - Köln-Ehrenfeld

14. 10. OSEF Löbau(Sachs) - Ebersbach(Sachs) - Rumburk (- Pardubice) and return [DE/CZ]
15. 10. FME (Nü rnberg Hbf -) Nü rnberg Ost - N-Dutzendteich - Nürnberg Rbf - Fü rth(Bay)Hbf (- Nü rnberg

28. 10. + DGEG Special train in Ruhrgebiet

04. 11. LDC AB Industriegebiet Cottbus-Ost, Heizkraftwerk, Werkstätten DB AG, KW Jänschwalde

04/05. 11. DB Diversion. ICE/IC between. Eberswalde Hbf and Berlin Hbf via Berlin-Karow - Abzw. Berlin-
Karow West (Haltausfall Berlin-Lichtenberg, Berlin-Gesundbrunnen)

25. 11. + DGEG Special train around Dortmund, Hamm and Unna

02. 12. IG Nossen Nossen - Freiberg(Sachs) (- Cranzahl) and return

03. 12. EF Aken Aken(Elbe) - Köthen (- Wernigerode) and return PLANNED

03. 12. IG Nossen Nossen - Döbeln (- Leipzig - Saalfeld) and return

09. 12. Press Zwotental - Adorf(V)

10. 12. ET Shuttles Gütersloh Nord - Hövelhof

10. 12. TG Ferkeltaxi Neuhausen(Erzg), Marienberg(Sachs)

16. 12. FKS AB Silberhütte

22. 12. ET Neubeckum - Wadersloh and return

23. 12. ET Ennigerloh - Neubeckum - Münster(Westf) Hbf and return

Europe 2017 Shuttles Česká Třebová - Depot CZ
Kojetín - Tovačov and return CZ
24. 09. + ČD FI
28. 09. ČD (Nurmes -) Lieksa - Pankakoski and return PL
29. 09. steamrail (Poznań Gł.-) Rogoźno - Czarnków and return UA
30. 09. TurKol
01-08. 10. Wendelin Potutory - Brzezany

01. 10. FTI (Milano -) Novara - Varallo Sesia and return IT
01. 10. FFI IT
04-08. 10. PTG (Torino -) Ceva - Bagnasco and return ME
06-09. 10. Steam Story AT
07. 10. + TKTR Special train in Montenegro PL

13-22. 10. DGEG Timelkam BA
14. 10. + Erzbergbahn Częstochowa - Częstochowa Tow. - Częstochowa Stradom - Lisów - Herby Nowe - AT
14. 10. TurKol Chorzew Siemkowice - Zduńska Wola Karsznice - Gajewniki (- Łask -) Gajewniki - PL
15. 10. Żnińska KP Dionizów (- Szadek -) Dionizów - Zduńska Wola - Zd. W. Karsznice - Ponętów - PL
Zamków (- Kłodawa - Lipie Góry -) Borysławice - Barłogi - Ponętów - Zd. W. PT
19-24. 10. + PTG Karsznice (- Chorzew Siemkowice - Brzeźnica n/Wartą - Częstochowa) CZ
20-22. 10. KŽC
Balkans special trains [HR/BA/ME] CZ
21. 10. MhmP FR
21. 10. + CFTSA (Graz Hbf -) Hieflau - Eisenerz and return AT
22. 10. + Karisch Kiekrz - Poznań Franowo SK
28. 10. Veterá Żniń Wąsk./Znin Kleinbf - Jezioro Żnińskie Małe HU
28. 10. AJECTA Contumil - Leixões - Ermesinde IT
05. 11. + FFI Knoten Česká Třebová seř nádr., Brno-Maloméřice St. 6 - Brno-Maloméřice - Brno- PL
11. 11. TurKol Zidenice (- Brno dolní nádr. -) Horni Heršpice - odb. Státni silnice, Ivančice - CZ
02. 12. ČD Oslavany, Hrušovany n. J. - Hevlín SK
02. 12. PPS IT
08. 12. FFI Praha area railtour SK
09. 12. Albatros
Thionville - Bening

Tram special in Wien:
(Košice -) Moldava nad Bodvou - Medzev and return

(Miskolc -) Papírgyár - Mahóca and return

(Longueville -) Provins - Villiers-St-Georges and return [also 10.XII]

(Milano -) Novara - Varallo Sesia and return [also 10.XII]
Railtour around Poznań [also 25.XI, 9.XII]
(Brno -) Ivančice - Oslavany and return

Prievidza - Nitrianske Pravno and return

Ceva - Ormea and return

(Bratislava - Galanta -) Sered' - Leopoldov (- Kúty - Bratislava

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