Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Wed Jun 05, 2013 9:04 pm

Just a few photos from my 26th December 2003 visit at the Budapest Keleti railway station (Keleti Palyaudvar) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budapest_K ... ay_station

Keleti Palyaudvar 26-12-2003 01.JPG


GySEV 1047 504-4
GySEV 1047 504-4 Budapest 26-12-2003.JPG


models in HO by Roco 72446 & 72447
Roco 72446.jpg
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby ellas2007 » Thu Jun 06, 2013 1:55 pm

nice archtectural station building like a cathedrale, I was there for a short visit during the communist era in the mid 1980ies...
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Postby BarbaPanagos » Thu Jun 06, 2013 6:22 pm

Hi Ellas, you're right it was most impressive! Unfortunately I didn't have all the time I'd like to. Followed by a naggy girlfriend (who became shortly my wife) I had to shoot everything in a hurry, so I missed a lot of interesting rolling stock.
Do you have any photos from the 80's?

Keleti Palyaudvar 26-12-2003 02.JPG


MAV Class V43 Electric Locomotive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%81V_Class_V43 with some CFR coaches at the background and a blue one that looks like an Ucranian WLAB

MAV V43 1091 Budapest 26-12-2003.JPG


and a second quite rusty one...

MAV V43 xxxx Budapest 26-12-2003.JPG

as far as I know the only HO models available are from Fuggerth in various color schemes and numbers
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Fri Jun 07, 2013 3:29 pm

V43 2243 with some regional train

V43 2243 Budapest 26-12-2003 01.JPG


V43 2243 Budapest 26-12-2003 02.JPG


V43 2243 Budapest 26-12-2003 03.JPG


V43 2243 Budapest 26-12-2003 04.JPG


MAV V43 1280 and GySEV 1047 502-8

MAV V43 1280 and GySEV 1047 502-8 Budapest 26-12-2003.JPG
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Postby ellas2007 » Fri Jun 07, 2013 5:37 pm

If someone asks me, I would like to build in H0 scale (or 0 scale with real smoke) a Hungarian monster diesel loco http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02OA9YOKrng
...than collect boring MAV electric locos :lol:
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Postby christo » Fri Jun 07, 2013 6:05 pm

Nice video ellas2007!
Electrics boring :shock: ? I find that there is something very mysterious about electrics.
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Fri Jun 07, 2013 6:27 pm

I've never met the monster :D but here is some diesel

MAV M44 424

MAV M24 424 Budapest 26-12-2003 01.JPG


MAV M24 424 Budapest 26-12-2003 02.JPG


MAV M24 424 Budapest 26-12-2003 03.JPG


as far as I know there is no model of this loco arround.
with a little search at the net I found out that a model has been created by Andras Domonkos, but I didn't manage to find out if and of how many pieces was ever released.

MAV M44 HO Domonkos.jpg
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby 2143 » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:04 pm

Hello, :)

the modell-locomotive M 44 looks like the Diesel-Locomotive BR V36, former German-State-Railway(DB),doesnt it?

with best greetings from germany

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Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:32 pm

still in the 26th November 2003, the V46 021 Elecric shunter brings in a line of PKP Intercity coaches

V46 021 Budapest 26-12-2003 001a.JPG


and pulls out

V46 021 Budapest 26-12-2003 002.JPG


while the V63 155 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%81V_Class_V63) has coupled at the consist and gets ready for the departure

V63 155 Budapest 26-12-2003 003.JPG


thats all folks, there are a couple more photos worth shown from that trip with PKP coaches that I'm going to post later to the appropriate topic

for the end some MAV personnel relaxing in front of a restaurant wagon

MAV WRm Budapest 26-12-2003 004.JPG
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Re: Hungarian Railways, MAV, GySEV

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:57 pm

2143 wrote:Hello, :)

the modell-locomotive M 44 looks like the Diesel-Locomotive BR V36, former German-State-Railway(DB),doesnt it?

with best greetings from germany

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Hi 2145, welcome to our company, I don't know if there is any relation between them. The V36 seems to be a quite older design with different wheel-set that looks like the one of the V60 (which is still serving down here as the A.100 class). As I am no expert lets wait and I guess someone else will give us an answer soon
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