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The narrow gauge line to Dubrovnik-model railcar 802-

 
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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 3:09 pm    Post subject: The narrow gauge line to Dubrovnik-model railcar 802- Reply with quote

Very Happy
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You can enjoy a handmade model from my friend zelijko halambek .......
years ago There is model of most famous Yugoslav diesel railcar narrow gauge the Model is plastic with metal details.
...now is possible to buy the 802 jz model from SLAVKO JOVANOVIĆ,
Branka Radičevića 12, 11211 Beograd-Borča, Serbia, TEL: +381(0)11-2721-596
e-mail: ssjov@eunet.rs
a little 'history sullla line .......
The line was built by the Empire Austro-Hungarian Empire in order to connect the port of Dubrovnik to the rail network.
The narrow gauge line was "Bosnian" (760 mm), as was common for the Austro-Hungarian achievements in the region.
After the Second World War, the Yugoslav government decided to close the entire narrow gauge network, only partially converted to ordinary gauge. The line ceased operation in 1975-76; Ragusa remained entirely devoid of rail links.
The railcar is a DMU class 802 and jz pretty fast and comfortable. 12 of these groups were made ​​by Duro Đaković to Brod in 1967/68. After the closing lines of Yugoslav, 10 of these units were sold in Portugal and other countries .......
the scanner from my book on bosnia Dave Sallery ....


the model





My homepage with photos and models others..

http://trainpagesofluca.net/
bye steamy 33 Smile
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