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Narrow gauge steam locomotive, Mokra Gora
Serbia

The narrow gauge railway line in Mokra Gora on the northern slopes of mountain Zlatibor in Serbia climbs a 300 metre ascent using an unusual loop in the form of the figure 8 – the popular "Šargan Eight".


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Copyright: Bane obradović
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Uploaded: 27/08/2011
Updated: 04/10/2011
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