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Published by membersonly, 2018-04-07 03:13:08


22nd July 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



[267] Albania - A quick visit to Shkodër station and some timetable information
There is currently one daily departure from Shkodër at 05:45, listed on a hand-written notice and
confirmed by station redcap. Where it actually goes to was not stated by either. The printed departure
list said Tirana but this is unlikely with the line closed at that end. The notice also gave the inbound
arrival time at Shkodër as 16:50. The line from Podgorica (in Montenegro) is definitely open for

freight: a train was observed crossing the border, towards Albania, at 11:30 on Saturday 17 June, load
17 open wagons. Subsequently some information on train times was taken from a poster at Durrës.
Durrës to Kashar d07:10/a07:52, d14:30/a15:13, Kashar to Durrës d07:00/a07:43, d08:30/a09:13
Durrës to Shkodër d13:00/a16:45, Shkodër to Durrës d05:45/a09:35
Durrës to Elbasan d14:45/a17:31, Elbasan to Durrës d06:10/a09:00

[268] Austria/Slovenia/Hungary - Graz to Maribor and Maribor-Hodoš-Budapest
The international route from Graz (Austria) to Maribor (Slovenia) is partially single-track in Austria and
wholly single-track in Slovenia. Between Graz and the border station of Spielfeld-Straß there is a 30-
minute interval S-Bahn service, while on the Slovenian side trains are rather sparse. However, the
connection was very straightforward, just a short walk along an island platform. The trains on both
sides appeared technically similar and equally modern, but the Austrian one was sparkling clean while
its Slovenian equivalent, like most local trains in Slovenia, was covered in graffiti. To travel by train
from Maribor (the second city of Slovenia) to Budapest by the most direct rail route, you need to put
aside most of a day. Travelling via Graz and Wien is only slightly slower. First there is a short trip by
local train to the junction station of Pragersko, then a change to the international train which has
started its journey in Ljubljana. At the time of our members visit (October 2016), it seemed that the
electrification on the Pragersko-Hodoš section had only just been switched on. (Electrification was
inaugurated 10 June 2016 – Ed). Local and freight trains were still diesel-operated. The international
train seemed to have time allowed for a locomotive change, but the Slovenian class 342 electric
continued to the Hungarian border station, where it was replaced by an antique-looking MAV class 431
(see picture below)

Hodoš has a single passenger platform. After Hodoš some patience was needed as the international
express turned into an all-stations stopper for a wandering tour of western Hungary, reversing twice
(at Zalaegerszeg and Boba) before finally picking up speed for the last two hours or so and arriving
more or less on time at Budapest-Déli.

[269] Austria – Diversions between Wien Meidling and Wiener Neustadt via Wampersdorf
This was mentioned in BLNI 1278.120. During the closure Hennersdorf station, currently at km 9.429
will be resited. The line is being put on an embankment in the area to enable doubling and closure of
level crossings. Km 9.1 to 10.4 is being replaced but appears to be parallel to the existing formation, so
probably does not change the distance to the station. Further work on the line in 2018 and 2019 will
probably see similar diversions. Another deviation will be constructed between km 14.4 and 16.2

[270] France - SNCF Society renamed
In recognition of the fact that SNCF are no longer the only players on the French railway scene, the
SNCF Society has renamed itself to The French Railways Society.
Lots of information at

[271] France – New TGV lines open
On 2 July all TGV services on the routes from Paris-Montparnasse to Bordeaux and to Rennes were
accelerated by 1 hour 8 minutes and 35 minutes respectively. This was due to the simultaneous
opening of two extensions to the LGV Atlantique network (see note *). A total of 484 km of new high
speed lines, plus 70 km of links to the standard rail network was opened.
The new infrastructure has cost 11.4 billion euros. The reduction in journey times has required the re-
timing of the majority of trains in the west and south-west of France as far as Toulouse and Hendaye
on the Spanish border. For non-stop TGVs between Paris-Montparnasse and Bordeaux, the best
current journey time will be improved to 2 hours 04 minutes for a distance of 528 km, an average of
260 kph and a saving of 68 minutes. For non-stop TGVs to Rennes, the journey time from Paris-
Montparnasse will be improved to a best time of 1 hour 25 minutes, a saving of 35 minutes.
The new high speed line from Tours to Bordeaux was designated "L'Océane" by SNCF in April 2016.
Later in 2016, the new Euroduplex double-deck units were referred to as "TGV L'Océane", but this
trade mark has not materialised. At the end of May 2017, SNCF made a surprise announcement of a
new trade mark, "!nOui", for the new premium service to be rolled out, first, on the new Alstom TGVs
to be operated on L'Océane route. The presentation "!nOui" (**) caused some negative reactions on
social media to the apparent scrapping of a strong trade mark, "TGV", which is familiar around the
world. Possibly as a response, the first non-stop test run from Paris-Montparnasse to Bordeaux St Jean
arrived with unit 860 bearing the new trade mark "!nOui" on the nose, but also a small "TGV" above it.
Notes: * The TGV Atlantique opened in 1989-1990 from Paris-Montparnasse to Courtalain (near
Chartres), a distance of 124 km. A branch for Britanny was constructed from Courtalain to Connerré
(east of Le Mans) a distance of 53 km. Another branch was constructed from Courtalain to Saint Pierre-
des-Corps (Tours) a distance of 103 km. The extensions opened 2 July 2017 comprise Connerré to the
eastern edge of Rennes (a distance of 182 km) and Saint Pierre-des-Corps to Bordeaux (northern bank
of the Gironde) (302 km). On the Brittany extension there are links to serve Lavel and a triangle(Sablé)
that will allow trains to bypass Le Mans and also provide services from Nantes/Angers to Rennes. On
the Océane route there are links to provide access between the high speed line and the towns of
Poitiers, Angoulême and Libourne. Courtesy of The French Railways Society - Formerly the SNCF

[272] France - A visit to the Chartres to Voves line

A visit was made on a recent Sunday afternoon to the 25 km line from Chartres to Voves which re-
opened on 12 December 2016 having closed to passengers on 16 February 1942! Although Voves lies
south of Chartres, trains depart Chartres in a north-westerly direction on the former line to Dreux for
about 1.4km before leaving the latter and curving round to cross over the main line from Paris to Le
Mans and head south. Immediately after this disused tracks go off to the right which is believed to
have served Zone Industrielle Lucé although it used to continue to join the Chartres - Bordeaux line
now open for passengers as far as Courtalain-Saint Pellerin. On the outskirts of Chartres another
branch goes off to the left which appears to serve a grain silo about 1km away. Both the track on this
branch and the line towards Dreux appeared to be in use. There were three intermediate stations
between Chartres and Voves at Beaulieu-Le-Coudray, Berchères-Les-Pierres and Theuville but none are
served now and indeed only at Berchères-Les-Pierres could a station building be identified. The line
is fairly flat and the scenery consists mainly of fields of wheat and wind farms. Approaching Voves the
line passes under the LGV Ouest before joining up with the Paris - Châteaudun - Tours secondary line
just before Voves station. Trains from and to Chartres use the outer track of an island platform (Voie 4)
whereas the inner track (Voie 2) and the side platform by the station buildings (Voie 1) are used by the
Paris - Tours line trains. The new concrete-sleepered track of Voie 4 contrasted sharply with the rotten
sleepers and vegetation of the other 2 tracks. A new bridge with lifts has been built here but is not in
use. In fact this bridge also serves, but without a lift, the remains of a second island platform despite
the latter only currently having track down half of one side! A new station building has also been built
but again it appears empty and the original station building is still in use. A walk up to a level crossing
at the west end of the station layout found the junction for the continuation of the line from
Voves towards Orléans. This line also appeared to be in use for freight trains. It is intended to re-open
this section to passengers in due course - 2020 has been suggested. There are three return trains a day
Mondays to Saturdays and two on Sundays. All trains connect with a service to/from at least
Châteaudun. On Mondays to Saturdays the early morning train from Chartres and the late evening
train to Chartres connect to/from Tours. On Sundays the late morning train to Chartres and the late
afternoon train from Chartres provide connections from/to Tours. On the late Sunday afternoon return
trip there were 14 other people travelling to Voves all of whom transferred to the Tours train. On the
return service an hour later only 2 people transferred from a Châteaudun - Paris Austerlitz train but 10
other people joined from Voves. There are no attempts to connect to/from the Paris direction and in
fact a Paris bound train was passed on the approach to Voves having been booked to leave 2 minutes
prior to the Chartres train arrival! When boarding the outbound train leaflets were found on the seats
from the local train drivers union at Chartres calling for a meeting the following Friday in Chartres to
discuss further improvements to the service as they felt the current service was not what was
promised and left 'a taste of under-achievement'. They were specifically calling for:-opening
intermediate stations including one to serve a High School, occupying the new building in Voves, to
have a vision for the Voves - Orléans section and work on reopening the Chartres - Dreux - Rouen

[273] France - Rescued after all. Repairs planned for Montbrison - Boën (Loire)
In July 2016 SNCF suspended traffic between Montbrison and Boën on an 18 km section of the
Clermont-Ferrand - St-Etienne route via Thiers. They cited urgent repairs needed on the line, but no
finance was available. A familiar scenario on secondary routes with less than ten trains a day.
However, once again, locals rallied around and it is now reported ("Le Progrès" Loire edition,

27/05/17) that agreement has been reached to spend 8 million euros to replace rails, sleepers, ballast
and repair the level crossing at Boën. SNCF will contribute 10% (!), Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region 50%,
département Loire 24% and the agglomération Loire-Forez 16%. It is hoped that the line can be re-
opened in 2018. This will allow trains to operate again between two large metropoles, and will restore
rail services to the small villages of Noirétable (pop: 1,700) and Boën-sur-Lignon (pop: 3,100) in the
rural département of the Loire, 50 km north of St-Etienne. Courtesy of The French Railways Society -
Formerly the SNCF Society
[274] France – Limoux to Quillan likely to close
Provisional confirmation (from talking to train crew) that Limoux to Quillan will not reopen after the
current engineering work has finished. And this with a very pro-rail Presidente (female) of the new
Region Occitanie. So anybody needing this section should visit before December.
[275] France - Gap to Grenoble line needs investment
The Gap – Veynes – Grenoble railway line needs €50M of repairs, but decreasing passenger usage
concerns the two departments through which it passes (Isère and Hautes-Alpes) and unless they agree
the financing SNCF have indicated that the line will close in 2018.
[276] Germany/Austria – Wachtlbahn closed for 2017
In Bayern the Wachtlbahn heritage railway runs 5 km from Kiefersfelden to Wachtl, which is (by a few
metres) inside Austria. The supervisory authority have decreed that the condition of the line is unfit
for passenger traffic and so no trains will run in 2017.

The Wachtalbahn use old industrial electric locomotives from the cement works that used to provide the source of
traffic for the line. A locomotive and stock are seen at Wachtl in August 2013

[277] Germany - Hanse Sail 2017 excursion gets rare track
The Hanseatische Eisenbahn GmbH are running a special train from Pritzwalk (depart 07:42) to
Warnemünde Hafen on 12 August for the annual Hanse sail event. This runs via Meyenberg and Plau
am See. Tickets can be obtained from the web-site at [email protected]

[278] Germany – More on the Merzig Ost to Dellborner Mühle heritage line
BLNI 1283.237 reported that the railway regulator has banned passenger services between Merzig Ost
and Dellborner Mühle due to condition of track. The line is owned by the local authority, who were not
expecting anything so severe. Now, to further compound the problem, DB Netze have put up for sale
the short section from the main line at Merzig to Merzig Ost. The council in Merzig would like to make
this into a cycleway, in which case the heritage railway operators, Museumseisenbahnclub Losheim,
would lose their connection to the main line.

[279] Greece - New platforms finally in service at Athenai (Athens)
Over ten years ago OSE constructed new platforms at Athenai Larissa (the main railway station in
Athens), then never bothered to open them as the remainder of the project – involving electrification -
was so far behind schedule. But now platforms 9 and 10 are finally open and the old platforms (1 and
2) are already out of use with ballast covering the tracks.

[280] Italy – Catania Passante stage one opens
The first stage of the Passante Catania project opened on 18 June. The project is being undertaken to
enable the operation of frequent suburban services across the city from Taormina in the north to
Lentini in the south via Catania Centrale. The first phase, included upgrading and double-tracking
between Catania Cannizzaro and Catania Centrale, plus the construction of three stations. Ognina and
Europa are open, and Picanello is to open later. The second phase would modernise the line between
Catania Centrale and Bicocca, including the construction of a new station at Fontanarossa to serve the

[281] Italy – Trains to Manfredonia reinstated for the summer
A caption in BLNI Extra 21 (Italy 2) C28 mentioned that trains services from Foggia to Manfredonia had
tended to run only in the summer months when holidaymakers use the line. True to form, trains have
resumed until 3 September.

[282] Italy – Portomaggiore to Dogato ‘suspended’
The June to December edition of 'In Treno' does not include the line at all. It was previously part of
table 440, but is now completely omitted. Not even the stations are included. Italian news reports
indicate this is because of lack of use. Just eight months of service.

[283] Poland – More seasonal reopenings
From the website of operator SKPL

Zbiersk – Petryki (narrow gauge) SSuO 1-30 July
Bytów – Lipusz SSuO 1 July 2017 to 24 September 2017 plus 14 and 15 August 2017
Węgorzewo – Kętrzyn Two sets of timings. SSuO 8 July to 27 August plus 14-15 August and M-F 10-25
August except for 14/15 August plus SSu from 2–24 September.
PKP reopening of line 384. The predicted reopening on the Baltic coast of the Darłowo branch is
confirmed with services from the 24 June to 2 September. Four train pairs from Monday to Friday and
six train pairs on Saturdays and Sundays

[284] Romania - Line 907 reopens
Transferoviar Călători S.R.L reopened the 64km Roșiori Nord to Costeşti route from 11 July after work
to increase the speed limit from the previous 5km/h was complete. It was originally planned to reopen
on 1 March. Timetable at

[285] Switzerland - Arth Goldau high level reopens
This station, on the rack line to the summit of Rigi mountain, re-opened to passengers on 28 June. It
had been closed since the end of traffic on 10 October 2010 for rebuilding including raising to provide
greater clearance for the mainline at ground level. A dispute with SBB over who would pay for what
and other difficulties delayed the project which should have been finished at the end of 2014. While it
was closed passengers faced an uphill walk to a temporary station 164 metres away.


[286] Australia - Murray Basin railway regauging announced
On 26 June a contract for regauging and upgrading more than 1000 route-km of railway serving the
Murray Basin region was announced. A five-month blockade starting in August will see the lines from
Maryborough to Mildura and Murrayville converted from 1600 to 1435 mm gauge. The Sea Lake and
Manangatang branches will remain open as an alternative route, before being converted during a
second blockade from March 2018. Axleloads will be increased from 19 to 21 tonnes on all routes
apart from the Ouyen – Murrayville branch. The mothballed 87 km standard gauge line between
Maryborough and Ararat will also be reopened to provide a direct link between the Murray Basin and
the port of Portland. The upgrade is expected to allow a greater proportion of Murray Basin exports to
reach the ports of Portland, Geelong and Melbourne by rail along with benefits from increased
competition. The first stage of the programme was completed in 2016, with the installation of 175 000
sleepers and 3400 m of new rail on the Mildura and Hopetoun lines.

[287] Uzbekistan/Kazakhstan – New service launched
A cross-border train service between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan was launched on 3 June.
The passenger service will travel from the Uzbek cities of Samarkand through the capital, Tashkent,
and terminate in the Kazakh capital city of Astana.
Launched by national railway companies Kazakhstan Temir Zholy and Uzbekiston Temir Yollari, it is
hoped the service will boost tourism in the area – in particular in the run up to the international
energy exposition Expo 2017, which is to be held across Kazakhstan.

Germany 2017

05/06. 08. DVG Shuttles Oranienbaum(Anh) - Ferropolis [also 24,30.IX, 1.X]

12/13. 08. + Schienentrabi Rochlitz(Sachs) - Rochsburg - Penig

12. 08. + HANS (Pritzwalk -) Meyenburg - Priemerburg (- Warnemünde) and return

15. 08. + OSEF (Löbau(Sachs) -) Peitz Ost - KW Jänschwalde and return SOLD OUT

18. 08. SEM Chemnitz (Chemnitz -) Döbeln - Nossen - Meißen T. (- Dresden - Chemnitz)

19. 08. IG Nossen Nossen - Meißen T. (- Lübbenau) and return

19. 08. BSM Seitzsteg - Augsburg Ring - Seitzsteg - Messe - Seitzsteg

19. 08. Sauren Special train Thüringerwaldbahn

20. 08. TG Ferkeltaxi Shuttles Olbernhau - Neuhausen(Erzgeb)

26. 08. DGEG Bochum Hbf - Dortmund-Lütgendortmund Gbf - Dortmunderfeld (- Hagen Hbf - Ennepetal-
Altenvoerde -) Hagen Hbf - Hagen-Eckesey - Hagen-Vorhalle - Hagen-Hengstey - Hagen-Kabel -
Hohensyburg - Schwerte West - Schwerte Ost - Hagen-Hengstey - Hagen Gbf Bez. Ost - Hagen
Hbf - Brügge(W) - Krummenerl - Brügge(W) (- Lüdenscheid -) Brügge(W) - Hagen Hbf - Hagen
Gbf Bez. Ost - HA-Vorhalle - Wengern Ost - Witten Hbf (- Bochum Hbf)

02/03. 09. Sauren Special train from Prignitz

02. 09. Lumdatalbahn (Lollar -) Koblenz-Lützel - DB-Museum and return

09/10. 09. Schienentrabi Lommatzsch - Ziegenhain

09/10. 09. NbSE Shuttles Gelände ECA Aschersleben

09. 09. + DVB TdOT im DVB-Betriebshof Gorbitz (possible. Shuttles Btf. - Wendeanlage Wölfnitz and
Kreisverkehr in Btf-Gelände)

16/17. 09. Krollmann Special tram tour in Dresden

16/17. 09. Arnstadt Shuttles Bw Arnstadt - Erfurter Kreuz

23. 09. HE Mannheim Mannheim Industriehafen [also 21.X]

23. 09. DGEG Special train "Weserbergland"

23/24. 09. + NbSE Shuttles Staßfurt - Leopoldshall (Bw)

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

28.09- DGEG Museum lines in Saarland, Lothringen and Luxemburg [DE/FR/LU]
03. 10.

30. 09. NbSE (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 at Parkeisenbahn Lalsohammer

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

14. 10. OSEF Löbau(Sachs) - Ebersbach(Sachs) - Rumburk (- Pardubice) and return [DE/CZ]

15. 10. FME N rnberg Hbf - N rnberg st - N-Dutzendteich - N rnberg Rbf - rth ay Hbf - N rnberg

28. 10. DGEG Special train from Bochum to Dortmund area

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

25. 11. DGEG Special train Bergischen Land

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

16.06.-15. 7. + ŽS Diversion of B 12432, 12433 between Beograd and Užice b. Lapovo - Kraljevo -) VBK RS

08/09. 07. + SKPL Shuttles Zbiersk - Petryki [also 15/16, 22/23, 29/30.VII] PL

09/10. 07. + ČD Diversion of EN 476, 477 between Praha hl. n and Pardubice hl. n.z via. odb.Plačice - CZ
Opatovice nad Labem

10/11. 07. HMVY Lahti - Heinola and return FI

11. 07. Hell (Chur -) Übg Realp - Gletsch - Übg Oberwald (- Brig) [also 13.VII, 8,10.VIII] CH

14/15. 07. Keitele-Museo Suolahti - Jyväskylä (- Hankasalmi) and return FI

14-16. 07. HMVY Turku - Uusikaupunki and return FI

15. 07. voestalpine Round trip Linz Voest Alpine (dep. 14:00) [also 22,29.VII, 5,12,19,26.VIII, 2,9.IX] AT

15. 07. + MFV Novara (18.29 Uhr) - Varallo Sesia and return [also 22.VII] IT

16. 07. + PoRha (Oulu -) Tuomioja - Raahe and return FI

20. 07. Club 760 (Mauterndorf -) St. Andrä - Tamsweg (- Unzmarkt) and return AT

21. 07. TurKol Toruń Gł.-) Aleksandrów Kuj. - Ciechocinek and return PL

22. 07. ÉSZAKERDŐ (Miskolc -) Papírgyár - Mahóca and return [also 28.X] HU

22. 07. Keitele-Museo Jyväskylä - Pihtipudas and return FI

22. 07. TurKol lsztyn Gł.-) Braniewo - Bogaczewo(- Malbork) - lsztyn Gł. PL

23. 07. + FFI (Torino -) Ceva - Pievetta and return IT

23. 07. SPDŽ Trenčianska Teplá - Lednické Rovne and return SK

23. 07. ??? Tram special train in Wien AT

24. 07. TurKol lsztyn Gł. - Tczew -) Chojnice - Nakło n. N. - Gniezno (- Poznań Gł. PL

28-30. 07. VLAKY.NET Kozárovce - Zlaté Moravce SK

05-13. 08. KŽC ``Holiday in the railcar`` (Eastern Slovakia + Broad gauge line) SK

05. 08. + TurKol Poznań Gł.- Rogoźno - Czarnków and return [also 30.IX] PL

06. 08. Molise Sulmona - Castel di Sangro and return [also 20.VIII, 8.X, 5.XI, 26.XII] IT

12. 08. Veterá Košice - Plešivec - Slavošovce and return SK

12. 08. TurKol Międzychód - Międzychód Letnisko and return PL

12. 08. TurKol (Gorzów Wlkp.-) Skwierzyna) - Międzychód - Międzyrzecz - Gorzów Wlkp.) and return PL

12. 08. + FdBB Shuttles Mixnitz Lokalbahn - RHI Breitenau [also 16.IX] AT

13. 08. rautatiemuseo Karjaa - Hyvinkää and return FI

19. 08. VLAKY.NET Šaľa - Neded and return SK

25-27. 08. + FFI (Foggia -) Rocchetta San Antonio-Lacedonia - Lioni and return IT

26. 08. SPDŽ Piešťany - Vrbové and return SK

27. 08. Molise Isernia - Castel di Sangro and return IT

02. 09. + CFTSA (Amagne-Lucquy -) St-Omer - Arques and return FR

02/03. 09. VSVT Circular tour around København [also 9/10, 16/17.IX] DK

03. 09. + FFI (Milano -) Novara - Varallo Sesia and return [also 5.XI, 10.XII] IT

09. 09. KHT Zvolen - Šahy and return SK

09. 09. TurKol (Wolsztyn - Międzyrzecz - Międzychód and return PL

09. 09. KDS Kladno Kladno-Dubí - Skanzen Mayrau [also 28.X, 11.XI, 2.XII] CZ

13-17. 09. Kramer Karakuyu (possibly Schleife) - Burdur, Gümüsgün - Isparta TR

15-23. 09. Matecik Spišská elá SK

16. 09. ČD Shuttles České udějovice - depot CZ

17. 09. Molise Sulmona - Castel di Sango and return, Isernia - Castel di Sangro and return IT

17. 09. TurKol Kołobrzeg - Kołobrzeg Port, Szczecin Dąbie SDA - SDC PL

23. 09. Veterá Košice -) Medzilaborce - Łupków - Sanok) and return [SK/PL] SK

23. 09. Keitele-Museo Äänekoski - Jyväskylä (- Tuuri) and return FI

23. 09. + WTSK (Legnicaz - Zgorzelec) podg. Wilka - Zawidów ggf. Černousy - Radomierzyce - Turoszów PL
Kopalnia - podg. Wilka (- Jerzmanki - Lubań Śl. - Leśna - Lubań Śl - podg. Krysin -
Zgorzelec Miasto - Legnica [PL/DE]

28. 09. ČD Kojetín - Tovačov and return CZ

29. 09. steamrail (Nurmes -) Lieksa - Pankakoski and return FI
01-08. 10. Wendelin Potutory -Brzezany UA
01. 10. FTI (Milano -) Novara - Varallo Sesia and return IT
01. 10. FFI (Torino -) Ceva - Bagnasco and return IT
04-08. 10. PTG Special train in Montenegro ME
06-09. 10. Steam Story Übg Timelkam AT
14. 10. TurKol Kiekrzh - Poznań ranowo PL
15. 10. Żnińska KP Żniń Wąsk. - Jezioro Żnińskie Małe PL
15. 10. ??? Tram special in Wien – IN PLANNING AT
20-22. 10. + KŽC Knoten Česká Třebová seř nádr., rno-Maloméřice St. 6 - Brno-Maloméřice - Brno- CZ
Zidenice (- Brno dolní nádr. - Horni Heršpice - odb. Státni silnice, Ivančice - Oslavany,
28. 10. Veterá Hrušovany n. J. - Hevlín SK
28. 10. + AJECTA Košice -) Moldava nad Bodvou - Medzev and return FR
11. 11. (Longueville -) Provins - Villiers-St-Georges and return [also 10.XII] PL
02. 12. TurKol Poznan round trip [also 25.XI, 9.XII] CZ
02. 12. ČD (Brno - Ivančice - Oslavany and return SK
08. 12. PPS Prievidza - Nitrianske Pravno and return IT
09. 12. FFI Ceva - Ormea and return SK
Albatros (Bratislava - Galanta -) Sered' - Leopoldov (- Kúty - Bratislava

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