Driver’s Eye View – Tito’s Blue Train – Lapovo to Belgrade …

Cab ride Serbia Travel with the driver of J class 441 (441-753) at the head of Titos famous Blue Train from Lapovo () to the outskirts of Belgrade. Thank you to the driver for allowing me to place a small GoPro camera in his cab to record this video. For more information about our locomotive please click on this link –…For those who enjoy following the route, I have listed the stations. Please copy and paste your chosen station into Google Earth and click search. This video was filmed as part of a tour with the Railway Touring Company on 13th June 2017. The line is standard gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in).00:18 Lapovo ()02:11 Lapovo Ranirna04:46 Lapovo Varos10:47 13:49 Novo Selo – 17:50 Staro Selo – 22:12 Velika Plana27:38 Veliko Orasje33:59 Krnjevo-Trnove41:26 Lozovik-Saraorci – (-)45:24 Saraorci48:31 (Lugavina)49:54 (Osipaonica)51:04 Osipaonica53:13 Skobalj56:54 Mala Krsna1:10:09 1:19:21 Vodanj 1:33:50 Umari ()1:41:54 – (Draanj-epin)1:44:23 (Mali Poarevac)1:55:12 Mala Ivana2:03:32 Lipe2:09:51 Kasapovac2:14:34 Vrin2:23:55 Zuce2:29:05 Beli Potok2:45:09 Jajinci ()2:54:51 Rakovica ()2:56:07 Topider ()

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