These two books tell the history of the electrified narrow gauge Tatra-railway with emphasis, but not exclusively, on the EMU type mentioned in the title. If you read Czech language, you get a very complete history. If you dont, you get the main story from the wealth of illustrations, diagrams, lists and timetables. EMU class 49.0 was delivered in 1954, but due to a tendency to jump off the rails the class was withdrawn from passenger service at a relatively early age in 1970. Class 89.0 was a completely new concept and 17 trains were delivered in 1969-70 and gave good service until substituted by new Stadler-trains in the 1990s. Both volumes are of excellent technical quality. Boxed set of two volumes, 168+248 pages, A4, hb. Richly illustrated by colour and b/w photos, diagrams and old documents, two loose large size rolling stock diagrams. Czech language, one page summary each in German and Hungarian per volume.