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    Munka közben az Úttörővasútnál

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    During work, at the Children's Railway. The history of the Children's Railway dates back to 1947, when it was decided to build a narrow-gauge railway in the Buda Hills, which would be operated with the involvement of school-children. The name of the institution was changed to Pioneer Railway before it was opened. The Hungarian State Railways and the Association of Hungarian Pioneers were entrusted with its operation. The purpose of the small railway was to provide access to the children's camp in Csillebérc, which was also being built at that time, and to introduce and endear the railway transport to the ten- to fourteen-year-old children involved in the operation of the small railway. They succeeded, and the railway has been operating ever since.

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    Utasok a Gyermekvasút végállomásán

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Passengers at the terminal station of the Children's Railway. The history of the Children's Railway dates back to 1947, when it was decided to build a narrow-gauge railway in the Buda Hills, which would be operated with the involvement of school-children. The name of the institution was changed to Pioneer Railway before it was opened. The Hungarian State Railways and the Association of Hungarian Pioneers were entrusted with its operation. The purpose of the small railway was to provide access to the children's camp in Csillebérc, which was also being built at that time, and to introduce and endear the railway transport to the ten- to fourteen-year-old children involved in the operation of the small railway. They succeeded, and the railway has been operating ever since.

  • 128011_lead

    Úttörővasút végállomása a Széchenyihegyen

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The terminal station of the Children's Railway. The history of the Children's Railway dates back to 1947, when it was decided to build a narrow-gauge railway in the Buda Hills, which would be operated with the involvement of school-children. The name of the institution was changed to Pioneer Railway before it was opened. The Hungarian State Railways and the Association of Hungarian Pioneers were entrusted with its operation. The purpose of the small railway was to provide access to the children's camp in Csillebérc, which was also being built at that time, and to introduce and endear the railway transport to the ten- to fourteen-year-old children involved in the operation of the small railway. They succeeded, and the railway has been operating ever since.

  • 128012_lead

    Gyermekvasút végállomása, Széchenyihegy

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The terminal station of the Children's Railway. The history of the Children's Railway dates back to 1947, when it was decided to build a narrow-gauge railway in the Buda Hills, which would be operated with the involvement of school-children. The name of the institution was changed to Pioneer Railway before it was opened. The Hungarian State Railways and the Association of Hungarian Pioneers were entrusted with its operation. The purpose of the small railway was to provide access to the children's camp in Csillebérc, which was also being built at that time, and to introduce and endear the railway transport to the ten- to fourteen-year-old children involved in the operation of the small railway. They succeeded, and the railway has been operating ever since.

  • 128013_lead

    Gyermekvasút, Úttörővasút

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The history of the Children's Railway dates back to 1947, when it was decided to build a narrow-gauge railway in the Buda Hills, which would be operated with the involvement of school-children. The name of the institution was changed to Pioneer Railway before it was opened. The Hungarian State Railways and the Association of Hungarian Pioneers were entrusted with its operation. The purpose of the small railway was to provide access to the children's camp in Csillebérc, which was also being built at that time, and to introduce and endear the railway transport to the ten- to fourteen-year-old children involved in the operation of the small railway. They succeeded, and the railway has been operating ever since.

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    Adótorony a Széchenyi-hegyen

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Transmitting station and tower on Széchenyi Hill.

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    Adótorony a Széchenyi-hegyen

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Transmitting station and tower on Széchenyi Hill.

  • 128231_lead

    Stúdióban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Working in a studio.

  • 128232_lead

    Munka közben

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Engineer Pál Horváth is testing television broadcasting at the Experimental Institute of the Hungarian Post.

  • 128233_lead

    Munka közben

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    A Posta Kísérleti Intézet által kifejlesztett 35 mm-es filmbontó és Leningrád vevő monitor előtt

    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Engineer Pál Horváth is testing television broadcasting at the Experimental Institute of the Hungarian Post.

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