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ponedeljek, 25 januarja, 2021

Work starts on Maribor-Šentilj railway upgrade

Work on the Maribor-Šentilj railway upgrade will begin in earnest on Friday as the rail link between Maribor and the border with Austria in the north-east is closed.

The closure will be in effect until 15 December as contractors work overtime to upgrade the existing rail track.

More about this can be read here!

 

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