Rolling stock of the Yugoslav Railways

Rolling stock of the Yugoslav Railways

This page describes all historical vehicles of the former Yugoslav Railways, which was dissolved in 1991.

Steam locomotives

*JŽ Class 62

Diesel locomotives

*JŽ series 641
*JŽ series 642
*JŽ series 643
*JŽ series 644
*JŽ series 645
*JŽ series 646
*JŽ series 661
*JŽ series 662
*JŽ series 663
*JŽ series 664
*JŽ series 665
*JŽ series 666
*JŽ series 667
*JŽ series 731
*JŽ series 732
*JŽ series 733
*JŽ series 734
*JŽ series 741
*JŽ series 742
*JŽ series 743
*JŽ series 744
*JŽ series 761

Various historic series once existed on Croatian tracks

*JŽ Series 611 (DMU which had the nickname "Aluminium Train" ("Aluminijski Vlak") ).
*JŽ Series 813. Produced by Ganz-MÁVAG Works and Engine Works of Budapest. Nicknamed "Rabbit" ("Zec"), because of their speed for that time (after 1927)).
*JŽ Series 341 ("Marijana", French locomotive, one unit.)
*JŽ Series 361 (Italian locomotives, designated E626 in Italy).
*JŽ Series 310/314 (Italian EMU, designated ale840 in Italy).
*JŽ Series 312 (EMU originally used on Pivka - Rijeka line, designated AllE880 in Italy).
* JŽ Series 662 (Used on express passenger trains).

Narrow gauge railway in Croatia

* "Samoborček" -> historic Croatian narrow gauge railway

It is stated that the line will shortly be rebuilt as standard gauge.

See also

Rolling stock of current HŽ company, which is one of the successors

External links

* [http://www.railfaneurope.net/list/croatia/croatia_hz.html railfaneurope]
* [http://www.zeljeznice.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=9 Croatian forum about railways (multilanguage supported, posting questions allowed)]


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