Slovenske Zeleznice


History


Formed in 1990 out of ex-JZ Ljubljana division (Železniško Gospodarstvo Ljubljana).

Foreign Railcars Allocated to ŽG Ljubljana Post-1945

Construction of Railway Lines in Slovenia new


Present Motive Power

Passenger Cars
Freight Wagons

Signals and Signs

Stations

Brestanica (photo by Toma Bačić)
Beltinci (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Celje (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Grobelno (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Grobelno (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Hodoš (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Hodoš (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Ivanjkovci (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Lendava (photo by Dragutin Staničić)
Ljubljana (photo by Maj Juvanec)
Ljubljana (photo by Maj Juvanec)
Nova Gorica (photo by Marco van Uden)
Ormož (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Poljčane (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Poljčane (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Ponikva (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Središče (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Store (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)
Šentjur (photo by Darko Pahič Szabo)

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Frank Valoczy


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