Railways of the Former Yugoslavia




Updated 10-01-2002

Updated 18-06-2002

Updated 30-12-2001

Updated 18-06-2002

Updated 18-06-2002

List of All Locomotives of Former JŽ and Their Current Distribution Updated 18-06-2002

List of Surviving Steam Locomotives in Former Yugoslavia Updated 18-06-2002

Destination Boards


Trip Reports

Modelling the Railways of Former Yugoslavia


Many thanks to the following people who have helped make this site possible:

Dipl. Ing. Marinko Biljanović, Director-General, ŽRS; Nebojša Lujić, Director Timetables, ŽRS; Nikola Grubješić, editor-in-chief of „Glas Željezničara”, ŽRS official newspaper; Đorđe Miličić, station chief, Doboj, Republika Srpska; Goran Koričić, director of ŽRS Doboj maintenance facility; Dipl. Ing. Smajo Salketić, Director of Traction and Maintenance, ŽBH; Crew at Station Office, Tuzla, Bosnia; Crew at Station Office, Zavidovići, Bosnia; Miroslav Mehmedbašić, Chief Engineer, ŽBH; Everyone at ŽBH Rajlovac maintenance facility; Mladen Bogič, director of SŽ Museum at Ljubljana – Šiška; Dragutin Staničić; Slobodan Ilić; Neil Sutton; Izidor Gruden; Toma Bačić; Fr. Tin Šipoš; Borna Abramović; Crew at ZOP Novi Sad, JŽ; Zoran Verešić; Zoran Bundalo; Josef Simantov; Metod Koželj; Steve Worthington; Crew at Station Office, Sunja, Croatia; Crew at Station Office, Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia; Jaroslav Hašek; Josef Švejk


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Picture of the Month

ŽBH 661-307 piloting ŽBH 441-405 at Sarajevo with the 08.00 international fast train to Zagreb. Note the consist of carriages: ŽBH, HŽ, HŽ, ŽRS. Photo by Steve Worthington, 13/11/01.



Frank Válóczy