Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

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Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a Tin€ » 01.05.2009, 11:33

V Budimpešti še vedno obratuje malce več kot 11 kilometrov ozkotirne železnice, katero v veliki večini upravljajo otroci.

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zanimiva fasada

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v notranjosti postaje je kar nekaj slik iz preteklih časov

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vozovnice prodajajo tu

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za sporazumevanje med postajami služijo te aparature

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kretnice in signali se postavljajo s pomočjo te naprave

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del voznega parka

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prihod prvih "uslužbencev"

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prihod glavnine "uslužbencev"

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kateri ob nastopu službe dvignejo zastavo

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domoljubje, pozdrav zastavi in petje himne
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nadaljevanje

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prihod kompozicije z zaprtimi okni

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katera so seveda odprli

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ali je to šef postaje :?:

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sprevodnici

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objave je treba skrbno prebrati

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odhod

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natančen pregled vozovnice

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po zeleni pokrajini

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opozorila oz. prepovedi

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iz predora
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Re: Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a Tin€ » 01.05.2009, 11:51

nadaljevanje

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predsignal

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uvozni signal

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na tej postaji se nam pridružijo mladi sopotniki

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nekateri "uslužbenci" zasedejo svoja delovna mesta šele po prihodu prvega vlaka

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odsev v oknu

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mladi prometnik, bo kmalu dal znak za odhod

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v daljavi se vidi delček mesta

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poti od oz. k postaji so označene
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Re: Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a Tin€ » 01.05.2009, 12:00

in še konec tega fotopisa

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najava omejitve

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omejitev

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vožnja mimo živalskega vrta

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nekaj podobnega se je dalo zutraj videti na začetni postaji v živo

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drugačna oblika predsignala

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kretničar z vajencem

To je delček utrinka mojega potepanja po tej progi. Če želite pogledati še kakšno dodatno fotografijo, lahko storite to tu
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Re: Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a Gorchi » 01.05.2009, 15:17

Krasno Tine, čudovito! =D> =D> A ste v živalski vrt tudi uspeli zaviti?
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Re: Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a 363.007 » 01.05.2009, 15:53

zelo zanimivo in lepo!!!! =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

tukaj v sloveniji je nima, prej ma . zakaj ne več in škoda!!!! :cry: :cry:

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Re: Pionirska proga v Budimpešti

OdgovorNapisal/-a železocestnik » 23.11.2010, 22:47

Sem na netu zasledil tale sestavek...
Tin€, da ga nisi ti korigiral z rdečim ? :wink: :lol:

WebQuest III. 3/3.

Written by Baudentisztl Renáta

An interview with a child who „works” for the Children's Railway

- Hi, Kathrine! I would like to ask you some questions about the Children's Railway. Would you like to answer them?
- Yes, with pleasure. I really enjoy the activities at the Children's Railway.
- How old are you?
- I’m 13.
- How old children can work here?
- Children from 10 to 14 years.
- Where does the Children's Railway go around?
- Its line runs through the woods of the hills of Budapest on the Buda side.
- How long is a trip?
- The length of the whole track is 11,2 km and with a 20 km/h speed the trip takes 45 minutes.
- What can children do here?
- Children control the traffic and commercial services provided but strictly according to regulations of any other railway line of the State Railways of Hungary. The engines are driven by adult engineers, and children on duty, are continuously supervised by adult railway employees. Apart from that, children do their jobs, operate the switches and signals, print tickets and keep passengers informed, on their own. Everything from ticket selling to ticket-punching and station management is carried out by kids.It’s really funny.
- Can you tell me something about the history of the Children's Railway?
- Yes, of course. The construction of the Pioneer Railway was started at Széchenyi-hegy (Hill) on April, llth 1948. It is almost unbelievable that the first 3,1 km length stage to Virágvölgy was finished within 66 working days. The first train started from Széchenyi-hegy with an opening celebration on July, 31st 1948. The construction went on quickly so in 1949 the second stage was opened. The whole track was finished on August, 19th 1950. The Hars-hill caused a lot of trouble: the construction workers had to build two viaducts and a 198 m length horseshoe-shaped tunnel. The Railway Workshop at Hűvösvölgy has been working since 1951. One of it's attractions is a turntable. The name was changed from Pioneer's Railway to Children's Railway in 1990.
- Does the railway operate all over the year?
- The railway operates throughout the year, except for Mondays from September to April. Trains run from 9 o'clock in the morning until 5 o'clock in the winter and until 7 o'clock in the summer.
- What can you see, if you travel by the Children's Railway?
- The line of the Children's Railway runs past numerous sites of tourists' interest. Most of the Children's Railway lines run in the park forests of the hills of Budapest. Normafa Halting and Virágvölgy Station are located adjacent to Budapest's most frequented sledge and ski resort called Normafa. There is a pleasant path in the forest from Virágvölgy Station to Makkosmária, a Christian pilgrimage site. The look-out tower atop János-hegy, the highest point in Budapest at 529 m, named after Erzsébet, the beloved Queen Consort of the Hungarians during the Austo-Hungarian Empire in the 19th century, can be reached with a few minutes' walk uphill from János-hegy(Hill) Station. The path goes past the starting point of the chair lift of Zugliget which offers a beautiful sight of the city. The Budakeszi Game Preserve (Park) is accessible from Szépjuhászné Station on foot in the woods or by Bus Line 22 from nearby the railway station. It is the closest (game park)preserve to the city of Budapest, just outside of it. Ruins of a mediaeval monastery can be found just a few hundred metres from Szépjuhászné Station. Paths in the forest lead to the look-out towers of Hárs-hegy. They offer an excellent view on parts of the city and the hills around.
- Are there special animals in the park forests where the train runs?
- Yes. Among others, birds, long-eared owls, buzzards, hawks, titmice and blackbirds live in the foliage. Squirrels and hedgehogs are the most common small games. Outside the game preserve, usually only their footprints or other marks can be noted. Big animals, such as foxes, deer and wild boars can sometimes be viewed from the train's windows taking shelter from the noise.
- It was really an interesting story. Thank you for your kindness.
- Not at all. See you at the Children's Railway.
- Bye!

link: http://w2.mki.gov.hu/itk/fay_reka/priva ... m3.jav.doc
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/27224756/Th ... ger-train-

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