Balatonfenyves is the last "GV". GVs - it means Gazdasági Vasút, farmrailway - were built in the 19th century between farms, mines and normal gauge railway stations. The function of this railway has dramatically changed when freight traffic was stopped in the early 1990s. On 01.09.2002 most of the lines were closed, the rails to Táska have been stolen, Csiszta line's rails are guarded by a volunteer railway fun group. Now only the 14 kms long Balatonfenyves-Somogyszentpál line operates.