Narrow Gauge

Romania & Bulgaria Narrow Gauge

by John Organ

Due to their location behind the Iron Curtain, Romania and Bulgaria were among the most unapproachable countries of Europe to visit during the "Cold War" period. Apart from a few enthusiasts who were able to visit the area on specially organised tours, the railway activities of both countries were shrouded in mystery for many years. Both had a significant number of 76cm and 60cm gauge railways, of which sadly very few reminders have survived.

Book Details

Author
John Organ
Editor
Vic Mitchell
Series
Narrow Gauge
Publisher
Middleton Press Ltd
Published
01 March 2008
ISBN
9781906008239
Language
English
Format
Hardback
Dimensions
240 x 174 mm
Weight
480g
General
96 pages
120 photographs
large scale maps
other details of local history

Stations & Locations

Stations Photo
Abrud 1.13
Agnita 1.30-1.31
Alba Iulia 1.4,1.7-1.8
Altina 1.32
Ardusat 1.1
Band 1.19-1.20
Benesti 1.29
Campeni 1.14
Crucisor 1.3
Eremitu 1.17
Halta Hidelga 1.2
Ocolis 1.9,4.3
Plaiesi 1.10-1.11
Pogaceaua Lac 1.22
Praid 1.16,4.7
Salciua 1.12,1.15
Sibiu 1.25-1.28,4.1
Targu Mures 1.23-1.24
Velenhates 1.5
Zlatna 1.4,1.6-1.7,4.2
Anines 2.2,4.5
Apa Neagra 2.3-2.4
Comandau 2.38-2.39
Covasna 2.28
Cozia 2.13
Faina 2.15
Novat 2.12
Novicior 2.14
Orastic 2.1
Pribodaia 2.20
Runcul 2.23
Scutaru 2.5-2.6
Siclau 2.30-2.37
Valea Scradei 2.18
Viseu de Sus 2.7-2.8,2.16-2.17,2.21-2.22
Borsec 3.2
Llanfair Caereinion 3.6,8.1
Resita 3.1
Milhesul de Ciampe 4.4
Turda 4.6
Avramovo 5.9-5.10
Brenica 5.3
Cepina 5.12-5.14
Cerven Brjag 5.4-5.6,5.26-5.27
Dolene 5.15-5.16,5.22-5.24
Mizija (Bukovci) 5.1-5.2,5.28
Septemvri 5.11,5.18-5.20,5.25,5.29
Sveta Petka 5.7-5.8
Velingrad 5.17,5.21
Burgas 6.5
Kaspican 6.3-6.4
Plovdiv 6.1
Sofia 6.2
Arbinovo 7.5-7.6
Bukovik 7.1-7.3
Ohrid 7.7-7.8
Oslomeni 7.4
Struga 7.9