A small series of pictures from the regular steam service in Wolsztyn.
By 2012 they used passenger coaches in a modern livery; hence I avoided photographing them. But the lines were still beaut... (more)
The modernisation of the line Poznan (Poesen) – Wolsztyn (Wollstein) left nothing worth to be photographed. Steszew lost everything except the semaphores. However, the cherr... (more)
The telegraph poles along the line from Wolsztyn to Poznan made always a sight on the line through a flat countryside which was, besides the Prussian station buildings, s... (more)
Sunrise over Poland
A calm spring morning at Ruchocice is only disturbed by the morning passenger to Poznan (Posen).
One of the many United States Army Transportation Corps 2-8-0s that were sold to Poland after World War II, PKP No Tr203 491 stands on the turntable at Poznan freight loco depot. These engines wer... (more)
A pair of former Deutsche Reichsbahn baureihe 50 2-10-0s that remained in Poland after World War II stand outside the roundhouse at the Poznan freight loco depot. (formerly Posen). On the left we ... (more)
I have always been fascinated by the size of the head lamps of the Polish locomotives.
You'll be shocked when looking at google maps how this level crossing looks after modernization: Railroad: PKP - Polish State RailwaysLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: Steszew, PolandLocomotive #: Pm36 2Train ID: unknownPhoto Date: January 23, 2011
On a frosty morning the express train locomotive Pm36 2 brought the early morning passenger from Wolsztyn (Wollstein) to Poznan (Posen). Rakoniewice had two manually served barriers. One of them w... (more)
Px48 1907 is arriving at the Stegna Gdańska station with a short freight train.