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Péter Olasz


Member, Hungary


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pic commentFeb 21, 2012


Hi! What the heck is that pantograph on the top of that diesel engine? It's made by CKD or it's a kind of "home tuning" by the Ukranian Railway?
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uploadFeb 5, 2012
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M41 MÁV-heritage engine running with a regular commuter train.
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discover uploadFeb 1, 2012
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Shunting at the largest freight yard of Hungary.
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uploadFeb 1, 2012
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Waiting for departure in a freezy cold morning.
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uploadJan 27, 2012
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M41 (new no. 418) engine pushes its commuter train to Budapest.
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uploadJan 27, 2012
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Czech-made railcar with local train to from Bátaszék to Dombóvár
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pic commentJan 21, 2012


Nice one.
Sadly, this narrow gauge railway was closed by the State Railways at the end of 2009. The main line was 56 km long and its branch was 12 km long.
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pic commentJan 17, 2012


Hi! High Speed Lines are normal gauge in Spain. That'd explain the appearance of this Romanian diesel engine.
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pic commentDec 27, 2011


Nice emojione
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pic commentDec 26, 2011


Marvellous, despite the wrong sunlight direction! Nice mixed goods train... and I always can be bribed with a robust XTE10 engine emojione
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pic commentDec 26, 2011


Straigthening needed emojione But not bad.
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pic commentDec 23, 2011


Wow, GANZ-made engine emojione What kind of coach is after the loco?
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pic commentDec 22, 2011


Nice! The 2214 is the last, the youngest engine of its class.
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pic commentDec 22, 2011


It's a sleeper/dining/warming car for the workers, created from an old 2-axle passenger coach.
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uploadDec 22, 2011
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