The Great Lake State Farm Bereki initiative of the 1950th began on October 13 of the 760 mm gauge railway economic trajectory laying. The marshy, swampy area perpendicular to hálózták tracks. Majorságokból in the area of agricultural crops, peat and lime slurry supplied Balatonfenyves the railway station.
Today, both tourists and locals like to travel to the small train. Traffic is currently the only scheduled Balatonfenyves Central High-Major (Imre Major) Somogyszentpál-line, the latter section of the track condition is good, as has been completely refurbished, so here is the Mk48 rail diesel locomotives as well as navigate.
But fbb has tried (thanks to the webs offers of selective translation!) and here goes.
Searching for timetables involved inputting start and destination stations and a date; up pops a list of all the trains for the chosen day.
The map shows two routes via the north and the south bank of Balaton.
Usually a train to Nagykanizsa that splits at Balatonszentgyörgy. The train divides into two, the front carriages go to Nagykanizsa (or vice versa) and the carriages that were originally at the back of the train go to Keszthely (or vice versa). You should check with the guard which part goes to Keszthely to ensure that you have time to get into the correct part of the train before you get to Balatonszentgyörgy.
There is also a list of all trains passing any (main?) station with real time in red, and, alongside ...
For the record, the northern, Lakeside route is diesel powered with fewer trains. Here is a 1991 picture of a train at Tapolca station.
It is, of course, a well known principle of journalism (and thus blogging) that you don't let the truth get in the way of as good story. Thus it is with David's trek. Such was his concern at the complexity and the time risk of crossing Budapest, that he was likely to take a taxi from Ferihegy airport to Déli station.
And miss all the fun. Shame.
He did tell fbb that he could catch a later train at 2135 and arrive at Keszthely at midnight. But the only later evening train that fbb could find was this ...