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Today’s live text updates

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Today’s introduction and summary videos

#CrossBorderRail South East Europe 2024 - 6/11/2024, 8:14:40 PM
Morning previews of the day ahead, and evening summaries of the day. During Jon Worth's #CrossBorderRail project.

All the #CrossBorderRail daily videos are on my Peertube channel

 

 

Today’s photos

Today’s full album on Flickr 

 

Today’s background

The fastest rail route from Zagreb to Split (both in today’s Croatia) used to run through Novi Grad (Republika Srpska) and Bihač (Federation) and then crossed the BiH-Croatia some 10 times. It was all too complex, and the line was subsequently closed. Due to the inaccessibility of this corner of Bosnia by bike, a friend from Zagreb will drive me on this day.

Borders examined on this day:
Loksun 🇭🇷 – Bihac 🇧🇦

Distance covered:
280.6km

Transport modes:
🚆 1
🚗 1 

 

Today’s route

The full zoomable and scrollable map, including today’s route, is on uMap here

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