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Old December 1st, 2013, 08:30 PM   #481
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Would this new railway line have anything in common with the envisaged high speed line from Hungary to Romania? I could easily imagine a common track from Budapest via Szeged and along the former 19th century line to Kikinda, where it could split with one branch continuing via Timisoara to Bucharest, the second one reaching Beograd via Zrenjanin region.
Do you mean the section Szeged - Nagylak/Nadlac - Arad - Timisoara?
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Old December 2nd, 2013, 10:43 PM   #482
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Do you mean the section Szeged - Nagylak/Nadlac - Arad - Timisoara?
Not exactly. Here's the map from the same source as yours (infrastruct), spot the difference (via Kikinda, not Arad):
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Old December 3rd, 2013, 01:19 AM   #483
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Nice pictures, beautiful landscapes and interesant to know how this amazing country grows and grows. Greetings from a friend of Peru.
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Old December 3rd, 2013, 01:52 AM   #484
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Please excuse my ignorance for asking but just how bad is the line between Belgrade and Hungary presently?
It takes 8-9 hours presently for the fastest train to go between Belgrade and Budapest. There are some poor sections in Serbia. As for Hungary, there are no poor sections but also there are no higher speed sections either.
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Old January 23rd, 2014, 02:31 PM   #485
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Corridor X Gilje-Ćuprija-Paraćin
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Slikano pre dan-dva, nova trasa Gilje-Ćuprija-Paraćin:



Dvokolosečna pruga od stanice Ćuprija ka Paraćinu (završen donji stroj).







Treći kolosek od Paraćina ka Ćupriji.



Kolosek iz stanice Ćuprija koji se uključuje na novu trasu u pravcu Gilja (Beograda).



Nadvožnjaci.





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Old March 28th, 2014, 10:27 PM   #486
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Corridor X Gilje-Ćuprija-Paraćin
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Неколико слика са нове деонице Гиље-Ћуприја-Параћин, 11/03/14:











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Old March 28th, 2014, 10:33 PM   #487
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Russian Railways starts work on constructing railway infrastructure in Serbia


A ceremony has been held to mark the beginning of the construction and electrification of the second railway line from Pančevo Bridge in Belgrade to the Pančevo Main Station.

The ceremony was held on 25 March 2014 in Pančevo in Serbia and attended by Vladimir Yakunin, President of Russian Railways, Maxim Sokolov, Russian Transport Minister, Tomislav Nikolic, President of the Republic of Serbia, Ivica Dacic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Dragoljub Simonovic, Managing Director of Serbian Railways, Sergei Pavlov, Managing Director of International Railways, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, and other officials.

"We are grateful that Russian Railways has been entrusted to participate in the project, together with Serbian Railways, which should form the basis for the further development of the Serbian economy. And this is only the beginning of our work," said Vladimir Yakunin during the ceremony.

"Communication links, especially railway lines, are the basis of our economic cooperation and future relations," said the Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.

According to Maxim Sokolov, this project is historically and politically significant for the development and strengthening of good neighbourly economic and historical ties between Serbia and Russia

In January 2013, an agreement was signed in Moscow to provide a Russian state export credit to the Republic of Serbia to finance the modernisation of Serbian Railways. The loan is for USD800 million, and the total cost of the infrastructure projects is about USD940 million. Serbia will thus finance about 15% of all the work.

The contract between the RZD International, a subsidiary of Russian Railways which implements the RZD holding company's infrastructure projects abroad, and Serbian Railways to construct the railway infrastructure and the supply of diesel trains was signed on 23 May 2013.

In June 2013, Serbian Railways and RZD International signed an supplementary agreement which provides for the construction and electrification of the second track of the Belgrade - Pančevo railway line. The cost of work on this section is about USD105 million.

During the project, the completion of which is scheduled for 2016, about 15 km of electrified second track, 2 stations and 2 stopping platforms, 5 new bridges, including a bridge over the river Tamis, and an electro-traction substation at Pančevo will be built.

"Modernisation of our railway infrastructure is a priority of the Government of Serbia. Attracting international transit flows will bring additional financial revenues for the railways and increase the attractiveness of the state for foreign investment," said Tomislav Nikolic, President of the Republic of Serbia.

According to Nikolic, the construction of the second track will create the conditions for increasing traffic at the Belgrade railway hub due to the possibility of avoiding traffic jams on the roads. In addition, the efficiency of freight trains will be increased.

On 11 January 2013, at the Russian Finance Ministry, Anton Siluanov Finance Minister of the Russian Federation, and Mladjan Dinkic, Minister of Finance and Economy of the Republic Serbia, signed an Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of Serbia to provide the Republic of Serbia with a state export credit in the amount of USD800 million.

Under this agreement, as well as the general agreement signed between Russian Railways and Serbian Railways on 27 March 2012, projects have been launched to construct or reconstruct the railway infrastructure on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, including construction work, as well as the preparation of the working documentation.

The contract between the RZD International and Serbian Railways envisages the construction and electrification of 15 km of the second track of the Belgrade - Pančevo railway line, the reconstruction of six stretches on pan-European Corridors with a total length of 112 km, the reconstruction of existing and the construction of a second new track on the 44 km stretch of railway line between Stara Pazova - Novi Sad and the reconstruction of the Serbian section of the Belgrade - Bar railway line with a total length of 200 km, as well as the supply of diesel trains made by JSC Metrovagonmash (Russia).

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Old April 24th, 2014, 11:25 AM   #488
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Montenegro Railways. Train Belgrad-Bar. Video take in Virpazar, Montenegro. August 2013.

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Old April 30th, 2014, 03:59 PM   #489
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Second railway line from Belgrade to Pančevo














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Old May 4th, 2014, 11:29 AM   #490
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Old May 29th, 2014, 10:28 PM   #491
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Corridor X Gilje-Ćuprija-Paraćin
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Radovi na novoj deonici Gilje-Paracin. Foto by RailgrafiJa



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Old May 30th, 2014, 08:54 PM   #492
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Montenegro Railways. Train Belgrad-Bar. Video take in Virpazar, Montenegro. August 2013.

This is probably some regional train Bar-Podgorica or Bar-Bijelo Polje
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Old May 30th, 2014, 09:48 PM   #493
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Serbia la bella...
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Old June 7th, 2014, 04:07 PM   #494
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Second railway line from Belgrade to Pančevo
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Београд-Панчево, 06/06/14.











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Old June 14th, 2014, 08:23 PM   #495
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Old July 7th, 2014, 12:29 PM   #496
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July 1st Resnik station in Belgrade
Night train 12433 ''Lovćen'' Belgrade-Bar turned through Kragujevac


335 ''Hellas'' Belgrade-Thessaloniki




Regional Paraćin-Belgrade


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Old July 7th, 2014, 10:22 PM   #497
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Hi Dusko, thanks for the pics! How late are Hellas, the Nusic from Sofia and the train from Bar at the moment when arriving in Beograd?
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Old July 7th, 2014, 10:39 PM   #498
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Dusko, are you a Belgrade resident?

If so, I'm just wondering if you know how much action the marshalling yard sees this days. It looks a bit green and rusty in the aerial images I can see. Is the hump disused do you know?
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Old July 8th, 2014, 02:47 AM   #499
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Hi Dusko, thanks for the pics! How late are Hellas, the Nusic from Sofia and the train from Bar at the moment when arriving in Beograd?
Hello Baron! I'm not sure but I think that those trains should be on time
because the the travel time in time table for them is very extended.



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Dusko, are you a Belgrade resident?

If so, I'm just wondering if you know how much action the marshalling yard sees this days. It looks a bit green and rusty in the aerial images I can see. Is the hump disused do you know?
I'm not Belgrade resident now but I can answer you because I asked
my friend who works there. The hump is still in use, it works.
Some tracks in park ''B'' are closed because of the bad state of switches.
It's not like before but the is still some work in Belgrade's marshaling yard.
In 24 hours some 15 or 16 trains leave the yard.
I remember that a few years ago it was much more.

There are some international freight transit trains which just
passe through Belgrade without stepping by to the yard but less than before.
It seems that those trains prefer to go through Romania now instead Serbia
I guess in order to avoid non-EU member states and spare some time without waiting on the customs.
Decline of freight traffic in Serbia is obvious!

Best regards!
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Many thanks.
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