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Rail transport in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Railway network in Bosnia and Herzegovina
ŽRS local train arriving at Doboj
ŽFBH freight train hauled by a class 441 between Doboj and Maglaj
Local train of ŽFBH between Brčko and Tuzla.
ŽFBIH 441 series locomotive generic livery sketch without any signs

Railway operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina are successors of the Yugoslav Railways within the country boundaries following independence from the Former Yugoslavia in 1992.


The two companies operating services (in their respective divisions following the Dayton Agreement) are:

Railways of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Railways of Republika Srpska have been members of International Union of Railways (UIC) since 1992 and 1998, respectively. They were assigned separate UIC Country Code, 44 for the Republika Srpska and 50 for the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The new code for Bosnia and Herzegovina is 49.

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Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

  • ŽRS - Railways of Republika Srpska
  • ŽFBH - Railways of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Timetable of train in B&H
  • Bosnian passenger trains - photo gallery
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