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Surviving Steam Rollers and other Road Engines in the Balkans

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Neil Edwards has supplied the following pictures (taken in 2011) and notes.

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Place Maker Size /Type Works No. Date Notes
1

Mokra Gora, Serbia Zettlemeyer A few hundred metres from the station
2

Mokra Gora, Serbia Ruston Proctor 31313 1906 Open air museum on old forestry line near Mokra Gora.
3

Mokra Gora, Serbia Henschel-Lutz 2037 1928 Open air museum on old forestry line near Mokra Gora.
4

Mokra Gora, Serbia Stanko Paunovic of Nis, Yugoslavia 114 1954 Open air museum on old forestry line near Mokra Gora. Examples are not known outside the Balkans.
5

Zlatibor, Serbia Stanko Paunovic of Nis, Yugoslavia 155 1954 On the main road to Belgrade. Examples are not known outside the Balkans.
6

Belgrade, Serbia Zettlemeyer Near the Serbian Parliament building in Belgrade.
7

Slavonski Brod, Croatia Duro DakavicIndustrija Lokomotive 681 1961 In front of Duro DakavicIndustrija Lokomotive, Strojeva I Mostova, Slavonski Brod, Croatia. Europe's youngest reported steam roller. 
8

Banja Luka Elso Magyar Gazdasagi (EMAG) of Budapest 3112 1916 Museum of Republic Srpska


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