Dalmatian Railway Network

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The following is an overview of the railway network in Dalmatia.

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Line 10: Raguza - Dokya

Raguza (30) - Uskuapia - Yubava - Triabenia - Lasta - Vilusa - Rudina - Trubiala - Kusida - Anxiara - Stubica - Dabesku - Ostrog - Sobesku - Bara da Szuman - Slap - Danielczieta - Foidatuk - Spuj - Priczelia - Dokya (11,12,13)

Route length: 163 versts

Line 11: Dokya - Bar

Dokya (10,12,13) - Golubei - Moracza - Zeta - Vranina - Virpazar - Cermnica - Sutomaru - Suszan - Bar

Route length: 58 versts.

Line 12: Dokya - Kruszeva

Dokya (10,11,13) - Biocza - Potkersz - Froatronojesku - Ripa da Pel - Lutova - Trebiaszina - Selisza - Miarla - Matesza (20) - Padej - Kolaszin - Trebalia - Moykovac - Rua da Miyat - Kruszeva

Route length: 125 versts

This line continues from Kruszeva on to Bijelo Polje and Užice in Sanjak, and thence on to Belgrade in Serbia. However, there are no trains in operation across the border, as the bridge near the border was broken in 1998 and has not been repaired since.

Line 13: Dokya - Suaksu Negru

Dokya (10,11,12) - Tuza - Bayza - Deday - Kopyeku - Skutara - Suaksu Negru

Route length: 67 versts

This line crosses the border just past Suaksu Negru to Va i Dejës, Albania, where it connects to the Albanian railway network's north-south mainline. The "Skenderbeg Ekspres", operated by Teslatalgo trains, operates along this line between Raguza and Tirana, Albania.

Line 20: Kampa da Miarle - Matesza

Kampa da Miarle (21,22,23) - Ala Granda - Grabina - Buanina - Drenica - Domenka - Banina - Darzina - Cerovik - Aka Buana - Kudrele - Dukaxhin (24) - Yagoda - Budisa - Testafoida - Fosna - Pecz - Kuczina - Boga - Kaludra - Yonczieta - Trepcza - Prisoya - Nialepotak - Matesza (12)

Route length: 200 versts

This line sees thirty scheduled goods trains per day to and from the Trepcza mines.

Line 21: Kampa da Miarle - Valacz

Kampa da Miarle (20,22,23) - Sela Buana - Obilicz - Plemetina - Priluja - Miyalicz - Samodreja - Vernica - Vusztra - Pantina - Frasza da Porkei - Mitrovica - Zveczan - Valacz

Route length: 46 versts

Trains operate only as far as Zveczan, as the line past there was destroyed during the Dalmato-Sanjak war. The line continues on to Banjska and Imamovo (formerly Kraljevo) in Sanjak from Valacz.

Line 22: Kampa da Miarle - Ulpiana

Kampa da Miarle (20,21,23) - Kampa da Miarle marfeska - Baya Melya - Ulpiana

Route length: 16 versts

This line continues from Ulpiana across the Dalmato-Sanjaki border to Ferizovac (formerly Uroševac) and Kačanik, thence on via to Skopie, Bulgaria. Before the dissolution of the CSDS, this line was part of the Belgrade-Skopie magistral, but today the border is closed, and there are only 4 local trains daily between Kampa da Miarle and Ulpiana daily, two each way - one pair in the morning and one in the evening.

Line 23: Kampa da Miarle - Yug Bogdan

Kampa da Miarle (20,21,22) - Beczanu - Nua Yugoviczei - Yug Bogdan

Route length: 27 versts

This line continues from Yug Bogdan on to Niš, Serbia, via a short section in Sanjak, but due to the lack of diplomatic relations between Dalmatia and Sanjak, no trains cross the border. There is one morning and one evening round trip from Kampa da Miarle to Yug Bogdan, primarily to take workers to and from work; these trains operate on workdays only.

Line 24: Dukaxhin - Mirusza

Dukaxhin (20) - Voluyka - Mirusza

Route length: 14 versts

This line continues on to Prizren, Albania, and there to the rest of the Albanian railway network. Two daily cross-border local trains operate between Metohia and Prizren, Monday to Saturday.

Line 30: Raguza - Spalatu

Raguza (10) - Oraszac - Triascena - Szana - Baye - Ston (31) - Luka (31) - Niauma - Opuzen (40) - Komin - Rastoka - Rogotina - Stabla - Plocza - Selina - Xiaraina - Jeusza - Igrana - Drasznica - Susmuntei - Tuczepa - Mukuru - Pramaina - Bestuan - Biareya - Memica - Uana - Patul Luangu - Ayla - Spalatu (60)

Route length: 222 versts

Line 31: Ston - Hara Granda

Ston (30) - Luka (30) - Juliana - Dracza - Yanina - Toarzina - Terpan - Orebsku - Kuczina Korczarska - Korczara - Smokvica - Balatu - Hara Granda

Route length: 130 versts

This line is a narrow-gauge (2 foot) line, and is unique in that it is the only railway line on any of the Dalmatian islands (the section Korczara - Hara Granda).

Line 40: Czieta da Saray - Opuzen

Czieta da Saray (41) - Pontul da Ali Pasza (41) - Ilixha - Blajuy - Biniaja - Haxhicz - Zovik - Bazar - Tarczin - Rasztelica - Braxena - Konyec - Czelebicz - Ostroj - Yablanica - Drejnica - Muntul Raszku - Voyna - Rasztana - Czieta da Narul - Czieta da Narul marfeska - Baczevicz - Jitomislicz - Kruczevicz - Szurma - Dretiala - Czapyena - Struga - Gabiala - Naruana - Kula da Nora - Sanxhena - Opuzen (30)

Route length: 183 versts

This is a very important magistral, with over 50 trains daily.

Line 41: Czieta da Saray - Globarica ~ Banyaluka - Czietanoa ~ Fuszele - (Tuzla) - Banesku

Czieta da Saray (40) - Pontul da Ali Pasza (40) - Raylovac - Relya - Semizovac - Vogocza - Ilyasz - Podluguri - Liasza - Esczelza - Flumele - Buzicz - Dobrinia - Czaticz - Kakan - Roczevina - Modrinia - Muntul - Yehovina - Loiza - Janecz - Drivusza - Zenica - Zenica Czelikara - Vraca - Fusza da Yela - Vranduk - Nemila - Bistriczek - Kovanesku - Han da Beg - Raczay - Jeliacza - Jepcza - Viniszta - Zavidovicz - Alicz - Koyena - Globarica

Route length: 149 versts

This is the continuation of the north-south mainline known as the "Bosna-Naru" line, for the two rivers it runs alongside. After Globarica the line continues into Serbia as far as Doboj, whence lines head east and west - both connecting to lines in Dalmatia: the Banyaluka-Czietanoa line (which itself connects to the Nenia-Sunia magistral) and the otherwise isolated Fuszele-Tuzla/Banesku line.

Line 41O: Fuszele - (Tuzla-) Banesku

[Doboj - Lukavac SKŽ] Fuszele - (Kreka - Tuzla) - Akreda - Yubacz - Spriacza - Jivinica - Vicza - Banesku

Route length: 29 versts (excluding Kreka-Tuzla siding, length: 7 versts)

This is a lightly used and isolated segment of the Dalmatian railway network, cut off from the rest of the BD system by Serbia, though connected by the rail that runs through Serbia. Two daily round-trip expresses see Tuzla every day - the Tuzla-Zenica and the Tuzla-Agram. Further, there are three daily round trip local trains between Fuszele and Banesku that all go to Tuzla on both legs of the trip.

Line 41Z: Banyaluka - Czietanoa

[Doboj - Srpska Banja Luka SKŽ] Banyaluka - Zalujan - Ramesku - Priakuri - Suskozarele - Milakesku - Miloszesku - Piskavica - Niszevicz - Omarska (41.1) - Lamovita - Gay da Petru - Kozarsku - Gareva - Czieta da Unaya (41.2) - Breziczele - Dragotina Esczelza - Dragotina - Svodna Esczelza - Svodna - Petkovac - Blagay - Czietanoa (61)

Route length: 105 versts

Line 41Z.1: Omarska - Tomaszica

Omarska - Tomaszica

Route length: 17 versts

This short spur sees heavy traffic: no passenger service, but 24 daily scheduled trains, carrying coal from the mines at Tomaszica.

Line 41Z.2: Czieta da Unaya - Klandac Cesza

Czieta da Unaya (41) - Klandac - Klandac Cesza

Route length: 19 versts

This short route is served by 2 daily round trips of passenger trains, and 17 scheduled goods trains: all carrying empty open wagons to the mines at Klandac Cesza, and from there, carrying iron ore to the mills at Zenica Czelikara.

Line 50: Agram - Sela

Agram (52,53,54) - Agram-Maksimir - Agram-Borongay - Ternava - Culinec - Sesveta - Anduania (51) - Bojekovina - Verbovec - Sela

Route length: 54 versts

From Sela, this line crosses the Dalmato-Croatian border and runs 11 versts to the border town of Křiževci, then via Kopřivnica across the Hungarian border to Gyékényes and on to Budapest.

Line 51: Anduania - Ilova

Anduania (50) - Sciarna - Preczec - Yonesku - Deanesku - Noasela - Ludina - Popovacza - Voloder - Graczenica Moslavaczka - Kutina - Ilova

Route length: 65 versts

From Ilova this line runs across the border to the Croatian border town Banova Jaruga, three versts away. From there it continues via Slávonsky Brod to Ousěk.

Line 52: Agram - Sutla

Agram (50,53,54) - Agram zapadska st. - Vrapcza - Podsused - Zapreszicz - Berdovec - Marof Savsku - Sutla

Route length: 25 versts

This line crosses the Dalmato-Croatian (Slovenian) border 3 versts past Sutla, continuing on to Ljubljana via Zidani Most and Trbovlje.

Line 53: Agram - Sukuadru

Agram (50,52,54) - Agram-Klara - Gorica Granda - Kampa da Tura - Lekenik - Greda - Sejesta - Sisek - Kutul Blinsku - Krayincei Berxhansku - Sunia (61) - Szeszia - Szasz - Jivaya - Dubica Kozarska - Vizsnica - Sukuadru

Route length: 115 versts

Line 54: Agram - Osztaria

Agram (50,52,53) - Leskovec - Horvaturi - Xencziana - Desinec - Yastrebia - Lazinec - Karolczieta (55) - Fusza Frixheda - Zveczay - Czieza da Generalei - Dubrava - Osztaria (62,70)

Route length: 110 versts

Line 55: Karolczieta - Loya Noa

Karolczieta (54) - Malesku - Zorkovac - Ojala - Zaluka - Kamania - Rosalnica - Metlika - Dobravica - Selina - Czernomelia - Otovec - Semicz - Baya da Rojele - Selele da Santu Urh - Sela da Darzele - Loya Noa

Route length: 125 versts

This line crosses the Dalmato-Croatian (Slovenian) border 1 verst past Loya Noa, continuing on to Novo Mjesto (Novo Mesto) and Ljubljana.

Line 60: Spalatu - Nenia

Spalatu (30) - Soalen - Kastelul Suczuresku - Kastelul Biatu - Saxena - Laianu - Piarga - Priasla - Berdacza - Bakesku - Baya af Moraya - Baya Melya - Perkovicz (64) - Koparna - Cziara - Uniasza - Pianyana - Sedramesku - Jitanesku - Xernesz - Severesku - Ciapluh - Miarle - Kalxiarma - Nenia (61,62,63)

Route length: 96 versts

Line 61: Nenia - Sunia

Nenia (60,62,63) - Golubesku - Komalesku - Striamica - Drenovac - Fuszele da Szeva - Tiszka Likeska - Kalxiarma Likeska - Kampaluanga Likeska - Oserxa - Oserxa-Serb - Belyuca - Brodul da Marta - Palucz - Vakuf Kulensku - Buszesku - Czesciana - Bukul Sztiarbesku - Loskun - Receniu - Ripacz - Bihacz - Cazin - Germusza - Krupa - Otoka - Balaturi - Rakan - Ruxica - Czietanoa (41) - Kampinele - Ravnele - Vodicz - Doberlin - Volinia - Kostaynica - Mayur - Grabosztana - Hrastovec - Sunia (53)

Route length: 235 versts

Line 62: Nenia - Osztaria

Nenia (60,61,63) - Straja Biata - Paxhena - Oton - Plavna - Petla - Prebudesku - Zermania - Malovan - Cerua - Graczac - Czekada - Riczinele - Xaria - Lovinac - Raducz - Kruszka - Medak - Bilayribnik - Gospicz - Osik Likesku - Peruszicz - Tuxiana - Yancza - Liacza Likeska - Ramia - Sena - Pletva - Rudokampa - Yavor - Yesenica Likeska - Balatu - Plavcza Koara - Plaszki - Lacena - Bayaya da Yosef - Osztaria (54,70)

Route length: 175 versts

Line 63: Nenia - Yaxiar

Nenia (60,61,62) - Oczesta - Radesku - Aurialesku - Yonutesku - Kistania - Xeviaresku - Isline - Bulesku - Kojlovac - Aszairia - Szopot - Rasztesku - Nadin - Szkabernia - Perkos - Galesku - Debyak - Sukoszan - Bibinia - Yaxiar

Route length: 96 versts

Line 64: Perkovicz - Skarduana

Perkovicz (60) - Ripiszta - Dabar - Verpolia - Santu Yuray - Rajina - Mandalina - Skarduana

Route length: 20 versts

Line 70: Osztaria - Toarzac

Osztaria (54,62) - Osztaria-Ravnina - Miatulu - Krelin - Luboszina - Gomeria - Szialkesku - Moravica - Brod af Dobraya - Zernesku - Skrad - Kupyak - Zalesina - Delnica - Lokva - Vrata - Fujina - Licz - Drivenik - Zlobin - Plase - Meja - Szkerlia - Vitoszesku - Toarzac

Route length: 108 versts

This line continues past Toarzac; half a verst away from the railway station the line crosses the border into Řeka, Croatia.

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