Owner/holder of the abandoned railway:
These railways started to be built in the late 19th century and officially suspended in 1980. The buildings, facilities and all rails were abandoned while some of the stations were demolished in order to build other public buildings (e.g. schools). Most of the railway heritage was destroyed and vandalized throughout the time. At the moment, the trails are abandoned, moved and/or destroyed. In some parts the rails have been moved away and used for other purposes (e.g. roads). As it can be seen from the photos, the rails go through residential areas, near houses and other buildings while crossing roads and rural roads.
Total climbing: 319 m
Total descent: -251 m
The area is completely rural and it offers nice landscapes. The potential greenway goes through small towns which give the opportunity to the visitors to use public transportation as a starting point. The potential greenway would be a good option for biking, running and walking. Additionally any outdoor activities can be implemented in the different areas.
At the moment the rails are in bad condition. In case the regional or governmental authorities give effort for the transition of the railways to greenways it will be accessible to anyone and it could be used for pedestrians, bike roads and any other use.
A lot of discussions have been made for the re-use of these railways but there is no concrete action plan.