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Old November 27th, 2012, 07:08 PM   #81
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ICN is horrible crap. it would be perfectly suitable for routes Zagreb - Varaždin, Zagreb - Bjelovar, Split - Knin. but for Zagreb - Split - no way. the only good thing for IC routes at HŽ are A/Beemt coaches:



especially before refurbishing, the seats were great:

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Old November 27th, 2012, 08:47 PM   #82
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Same crap as our railways, but they are still interesting. I think trains could run a bit faster between Zagreb and the Slovenian border (Savski Marof), but at least it's a short distance. You have some nice trains, like ICN, but even ordinary IC Zagreb-Rijeka is great. There are too many kids between Karlovac and Metlika though.
Definitely agree, that trains between Zagreb and Slovenian border could drive faster, but in some day intervals and more frequently.
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Old November 27th, 2012, 10:01 PM   #83
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Croatian Railways train from series 6111 awaiting a signal in a suburb of Zagreb

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Old November 28th, 2012, 11:24 PM   #84
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Old November 29th, 2012, 11:46 PM   #85
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Electric three-unit railcar series 6 111, produced by GANZ MAVAG 1977.-1980. consists of two driver's cars and the middle motor car, and has the possibility of combinig up to three railcars into a railtrain. After exploitation for more than 20 years in which an electric multiple unit has passed 2850000 km on average, the tractive electrical circuit, heating, electrical circuits of control and regulation as well as condition of part of the passenger area interior and the mechanical part of car body required modification and modernization of the components.
Technical documentation and innovative interventions in reconstruction and modernization of electric multiple unit according to the requirements of the municipal bureau for public city transport are the result of planners and designers from Gredelj and HŽ.
The train is intended for tact passenger traffic on commuter lines.
In order to increase the number of standing room, i.e. passenger capacity, the nubmber of seats has been reduced from 236 to 137. Result of this is increase in total passenger number from 466 so far to 543.
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Old December 5th, 2012, 10:34 PM   #86
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Content of the text translated from the Internet site of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure:

8th meeting of SEETO: High definition and investing in key transport links and routes as the Southeast Europe


Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure and Transport Observatory for South Eastern Europe (SEETO) hosted the eighth annual meeting of the development of transport networks of the countries of Southeast Europe held fourth December at the Westin Hotel in Zagreb.

Minister Sinisa Hajdas Doncic In greeting the words emphasized the importance of hard work and participation in bilateral and multilateral talks on the Trans-European transport routes network traffic to individual states through this process more successful and better at the European level has positioned its transport infrastructure major traffic flows.

"Croatia is negotiating through the process of entering the EU, and now before I become a full member, very active in efforts to define the quality of transport connectivity solutions. The concept of a comprehensive network will enable new and more effective to do in the long run, especially in the central freight so important for economic flows, and passenger traffic is essential for the social cohesion of the entire European territory.

As you know we are planning to have the greatest investment in railways and railway infrastructure, which in a relatively short time from a very neglected state we want to raise a very effective level Accordingly, as a full member of the European Union, one of the Croatian role will be to contribute to the cohesion and stabilization in the region of Southeast Europe.

In a constructive cooperation with its European neighbors, Croatia wants to serve as a bridge for bringing European values ​​closer to the region of Southeast Europe. Croatia will your endeavors in the business to support, "said Minister Hajdas Doncic fellow transport ministers and their delegations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania and the European Commission, international financial institutions and various transport organizations.

The eighth meeting SEETO was an opportunity for the presentation of the results of years of work and development plan is a regional planning document, which contains the main regional priority projects, and guidelines for future reforms in the transport sector.

The plan, according to the total reports - an investment that includes the completed and ongoing projects financially secure within SEETO comprehensive network since 2006. by 2011. amounted to 10.8 billion euros, while the total cost estimate for the implementation of priority projects on the list of priority projects for 2013. amounts to 8.2 billion euros, and will be implemented in the medium term.

At the conclusion of the eighth annual meeting of the development of a comprehensive network SEETO ministers have emphasized efforts SEETO network evolve to become part of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), and have agreed to work together on the development of transport infrastructure projects included in the network. Especially at border crossings along the road axis in order to identify the key reasons for slowing the flow of traffic.

On the eighth ministerial meeting with Croatian Minister SEETO Sinisa Hajdas Doncic participated and Catherine Cop Bajde, Head of Sector for EU funds and international surandju MPPI and a member of the Steering Committee in SEETO participated as hosts and head of the EU Delegation to the Republic of Croatia, HE Ambassador Paul Vandoren, Damir Hadzic, the Minister of Communications and Transport, Mile Janakieski, Minister of Transport and Communications of Macedonia, Mujota Fahmi, Minister of Infrastructure of the Republic of Kosovo, Ylli Manjani, Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport of Albania, Andrija Lompar, Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Montenegro, Ljubo Žnidar, Secretary of State for Transport, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Spatial Planning of Slovenia and Stanimir Vukicevic, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia.

South East Transport Observatory (SEETO) is a regional transport organization established by the Memorandum of Understanding (2004). Development of the Core Regional Transport Network in South East Europe by the Croatian government, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and the United Interim Administration Mission Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the European Commission.

SEETO goal is to promote co-operation in infrastructure development, the multimodel SEETO networks, and promoting and supporting local capacity for the development of investment programs, management and data collection and analysis as part of a comprehensive network SEETO.

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Old December 6th, 2012, 01:25 AM   #87
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You can buy some chinese socks and trash now in the former Ganz factory building in Budapest
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What has happened to the factory, and when was that?
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Old December 12th, 2012, 12:31 AM   #92
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Announcement of the Croatian Railways...

Passenger transport this week will announce a tender for the purchase of 44 new trains, of which 12 will be diesel and 32 electric trains, announced yesterday by the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Sinisa Hajdas Doncic in Split.
According to the minister the average cost of each of the new trains will amount to five or six million euros.
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What has happened to the factory, and when was that?
the ganz factory was privatized by the english firm hunslet in 1989
in the 90s they made some suburban and IC emu s, shounting locos for MÁV, tram renovation for Budapest, but no export, and bankruptcy in 1999
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the ganz factory was privatized by the english firm hunslet in 1989
in the 90s they made some suburban and IC emu s, shounting locos for MÁV, tram renovation for Budapest, but no export, and bankruptcy in 1999
some pictures from past, and the sad nowadays
I'm very sorry to hear what happened to the factory, in fact most sorry because almost every day I travel by train, which is listed factory produced. It can be seen from the attached that I mostly made ​​up photos with their train, I want to say that I love the train produced in the Ganz factory.
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Old December 15th, 2012, 08:52 AM   #95
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Yesterday started replacing railway electrification system from 3kv DC to 25kv AC on Rijeka-Moravice railway (part of Rijeka-Zagreb railway).
First 25kv loco in Delnice(in a couple of days 25 kv will come to Rijeka)

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Old December 24th, 2012, 02:02 AM   #96
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Trains at Zagreb's main railway station

DMU produced in the factory Gredelj



HZ Series 7123 is a series of tilting trains dieselmotornih Croatian Railways, manufactured by Bombardier Transportation. His original name was RegioSwinger. RegioSwinger originally produced from ADtranz Hennigsdorf, before it became part of Bombardier Transportation



EMU manufactured in the factory Koncar



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Croatia Railways seems to have good future ambitions.
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Croatia Railways seems to have good future ambitions.
The Croatian Railways are ambitious plans for the future, but I hope it will not be just the ambitions, but that will start to act seriously, and to receive concrete work.
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In the near future will it be possible to drive from Split to Ploce?
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