Kolej Doliny Ropa (Ropa Valley Railway)
H0, Polish State Railway, 12 by 4 foot

Halt    Crossing    Trybus    Panoramas

Kolej Doliny Ropa

Epoch V & VI




Uście Gorlickie

Potted history as of 17.9.2017    from 1871-1914 the Hungarian Government planned to build Railway 617 through the Western Beskid mountains 60 Km (37.5 mile) from Bardejov to Gorlice. Bardejov and Gorlice were part of Austro-Hungarian Empire till 1919 when Gorlice passed to Poland and Bardejov to Czechoslovakia with Bardejov latterly becoming part of Slovakia. The local population is small and the local economy is a mix of tourism, forestry, and farming. I've twisted history with Railway 617 being built in the 1890s . The layouts are set in he Polish Ropa Valley between Szymbark and Uście Gorlickie during epochs V & VI (1990 onwards) so are rationalised - in British terms modern image. Traffic on Railway 617 is mostly through trains though locals serve the villages and hamlets in the Ropa Valley.


Łosie is a village so the 'station' is a halt

Access to the halt is by footpath


The Trybus is warehouse - Trybus is a building materials retailer in British terms something like Wickes


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