Northern Hungary in Photos Vol. 1

Exploring the Miskolc Region | December 2023

Fox Foto Co


Featured photo: The Advent Tram

This is the first post in our local Hungary photography series.

I’m providing a little “loadout” for each session, so you’ll know what cameras and lenses were used. Also if I’ve previously written a review of that lens, it will be linked in the contents.

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment or direct message me on IG @foxfotoco , I’ll happily respond to anyone!

Camera Bodies:

  • Epson RD1s
  • Leica M246 Monochrom
  • Ricoh GRiii 28mm


  • (Vintage) Canon 35MM F1.8 L39
  • Ricoh GR 18mm (28mm) F2.8 Fixed Lens
  • Voigtlander 50mm Nokton F1.2 LM
  • Voigtlander 21mm CS F4 LM
The first thing that greeted us in Miskolc was this vintage style Christmas Tram. | Ricoh GRiii and Epson RD1s

Actaully the name is “Advent Tram” we found out but nonetheless the interior decorations were so warm and festive, even the locals seemed still enamored by the (by now at the end of December) commonplace tram. In fact, this is a daily running tram but I *think* there is only one running in each direction.

We got on it somewhat by chance, simply because it was the next tram available and we were already late. Inside I think Julia entered a sort of Christmas-fandom heaven.

I never managed to get a photo of it, because the tram was both rather fast and bumpy, but there was even a working minature waterfall display inside.