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Railway station Sargan
Serbia

The Šargan Eight (Serbian: Шарганска осмица) is a narrow gauge heritage railway in Serbia, running from the village of Mokra Gora to Šargan Vitasi station. An extension to Višegrad in the Republika Srpska is under construction. Source

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 29/08/2010
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: railway; station; sargan; šarganska; osmica; voz; ćira; srbija; serbia; mokra gora
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