The original rolling stock of the railway consisted two MD-40 type locomotive and four passenger "coaches". Nowdays several smaller (UE-28, Kuli) diesel engines work on the line.
At Hungary several electric narrow gauge locomotives were used in mines and on farms. Our locos are also from ceased lines. Some of these are being repaired and some engines are working at Kemence station. They are used for shunting, but in the upper valley these environmental friendly engines can be used after rebiulding the destroyed line.
In 2000 the traffic was started only with 4 passenger wagons. Later some new passenger wagons were built from freight wagons, and some were bought from other narrow gauge lines.