CDs lost in train Zagreb - Ljubljana 13.8.07 REWARD
Replies: 7 - Last Post: Aug 14, 2007 7:32 PM Last Post By: musicdragon
Aug 13, 2007 7:25 AM
but still have to do it.
"Forgot" my small CD bag in the hectic of moving to another emptier compartment in the crowded train on Monday 13 August in the Thessaloniki - Ljubljana waggon in the train which left Zagreb in the early morning hours.
Since we moved compartments shortly before Zagreb my hope is that some traveller moved into this seats and took the bag. Most of the about 30 CDs are music mp3 CDs and are not such a loss since I got them still on harddisc.
Somebody strepping in in Zagreb might have found it.
However there are also 2CDs WITH MOST OF MY TRAVEL PHOTOS OF A 4 WEEK TRIP THROUGH TURKEY! Just the last week I still have.
The finder can keep all the CDs if he likes the music on them a wide variety of rare world, mostly arabic, indian and sufi music, but also 70ies psych etc...
Apart from that I will give also a 50 Euro reward to the person that sends me back the photo Cds
Please contact me:
Aug 13, 2007 10:44 AM
Aug 13, 2007 10:45 AM
2this here is hardly worth the effort posting. do you have the NR of THAT CAR (or at least to WHICH railway it belonged?? I meanTHAT car!!+ the way it went , and go to the lost+found office of the national railway you are now in and report it. As Europ. railways still work together on that point you should be able to have them forward this and a tiny chance that some honest railway worker has found it (at the cleaners) and brought it to where they are supposed to bring that: the lost and found. Youll have to pay the odd euro for this and fill out numerous forms.
of course in Slovenije/Ljubljana would be best for this.
Aug 13, 2007 11:25 AM
3Posting it on the Slovenia and Croatia parts of the website should be enough, musicdragon. Reposting here is bad enough with the existing system. I know you want your CDs back but you've got the information now. The likelihood of the person who found your goods reading this is pretty remote, unless it was a fellow traveller who also reads this board. Most likely the person who found it was Slovene or Croat who travelled or worked on the railway. If they are honest they would have handed it in. Contact details are:
Email address for Croatian Railways from their website: email@example.com
Phone number for the International Ticket Office at Zagreb Glavni kolodvor (Main station): +385 1 3782-532, +385 1 4577-704. They will be most likely to speak another language other than Serbo-Croat (not necessarily English - perhaps German or Italian) and to put you through to the right person.
Email address for Slovenian Railways from their website:firstname.lastname@example.org
They have a Call Centre whose phone number is: +386 1 29 13 332. They are probably more likely to speak English or German (as well as Slovene!) than in Zagreb. They have an enquiry form on their website
Aug 13, 2007 4:46 PM
4thanks a lot Receuten for your effort to help me.
Sorry for reposting, thought I had not posted it at all here, was still pretty spaced out from this 36 hour travel from Istanbul to Slovenia.
Of course I tried the lost and found at the Slovenian railways, but no success so far.
Aug 13, 2007 7:53 PM
Aug 14, 2007 6:45 PM
Aug 14, 2007 7:32 PM
7no, haven t got it back, might call again tomorrow, today was a holiday in Slovenia,
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