In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Mocanite, narrow gauge railways, trailed stunning mountainous areas to connect cities across Transylvania, Romania. The Mocanite, whose locomotives were steam-powered, were built for cargo and passenger services. The longest Mocanita at the time it was built ran for 123 km between Sibiu, Agnita and Sighisoara, crossing the […]Read More... Subscribe
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