New Europe Railway Heritage Trust

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Visiting the New Europe

Visiting the ex-Communist countries today is far easier than in the past. Independent travel is now an option, while several tour operators offer a range of package holidays, including both trips for railway enthusiasts and rail-based holidays for ordinary tourists. Our events page gives information on steam days and other attractions of which we have received details.

Tourist railways and museums in the East are often in remote locations. They may not be open on a regular basis, so you should consider checking with the management before making travel arrangements (NERHT may be able to provide contact details).

See the Foreign and Commonwealth Office web site for travel advice, including details of visa requirements where applicable.

12: Test run of a 0-6-2T after restoration by the Pereslavl Railway Museum in 2012. (Photo by Sergei Dorozhkov) 6: Tu2 on special train. May 2002 (Photo by J. Fuller). 17: Trains at Panevezys in Lithuania, during the 2016 Feldbahnen festival. (Photo by Andris Biedrins).15: On the Ekaterinburg children's railway in Russia: a steam train headed by ex-Mansfeld O&K 0-8-0 no.9 marks<BR>the first meeting of the All-Russian Forum on Narrow Gauge Preservation. (Photo by courtesy of Sergei Dorozhkov) 9: An excursion on the Vykhoda narrow-gauge line in Ukraine, 2013. (Photo by Wolfram Wendelin)
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