A train Mostar-Dalmacija express was one of many international trains that connected Europe with former Yugoslavia. The train was driving from Stuttgart through Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the city of Kardeljevo (todays Ploče, Croatia) at Adriatic sea in mid Dalmatia. The designatior for the car was D296 or D297 depending on the driving direction. It was also one of the longest trains, for example in 1989 it had 11 cars with home station in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Italian company ACME announces 2 sets in scale H0, each consisting of 3 passenger cars which should be on sale in november 2019. We already accept preorders for them and the expected price per set is around 190 EUR.
ACME announced that a model of JŽ couchette car with three colour stripes along the car is now available. The revision of this car is from 2000 and thus it is from Ep. V. The car used to be in international trains, for example it was driving through Croatia and Slovenia in IC Sava.
The model is available in our shop, we accept orders through webform or e-mail. The price is 64,50 EUR.
ACME introduced a H0 model of JŽ couchette car type Bautzen on the toyfair in Nürnbergu 2018. In former Yugoslavia (SFRJ) existed only one such car. This car came in Yugoslavia in late 1980’s with some train under BDŽ (Bulgarian state railways) and was involved in the accident. The car was damaged so it was written of by BDŽ to be later repaired in the company Gredelj in Zagreb. It was in use on JŽ for some years and then it was scrapped (source forum malezeljeznice.net ).
This car is available from the begining of May 2018 for 40,50 EUR. You can order this car through webform in this website.