In June 2003 Hungary accepted the European Standard for Aggregates for Railway Ballast (MSZ EN 13450: 2003). The European norm, compared with the Hungarian Standard, also includes a new examination method called the micro-Deval method for railway ballast aggregates, which was previously not used in Hungary. This paper presents the test results of aggregates for railway ballast-producing quarries, according to newly accepted Standard. The test materials consist of andesite, basalt, dolomite and limestone. The results cover a significant range. The study was aimed at finding a relation between the testing methods, in order to reduce the testing procedure; however, no clear relationship was found.