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)
Regular steam Service in 2009
TLK83106 "Gombrowicz" from Szcecin Glowny to Przemysl Glowny approaching Poznan-Wola station.
Express InterCity "Chrobry" (EIC8102) from Szczecin to Warsaw approaching Poznan-Wola station.
A really old negative from 1967.I was on board a train heading for Warsaw from the Hook Of Holland. Trip lasted for 36 hours and 6 changes of locomotive were made. 2 steam, 2 diesel and 2 electric... (more)
When I had a picture of Torun Poland included on the data base several, people commented on the danger of taking photographs in a communist country in 1967 and the way things are today. I hope tha... (more)
Tram GT8-675 (ex Frankfurt am Main) on its way to Milostowo.
Back in 1990, the older Konstal 4N street cars were still running every day on the Poznan tramway system.
An IC is just arrived at central station of Poznan.
The Kolejka Parkowa Maltanka has quite modern traffic control devices - light semaphores and an electric operated switches. A rail traffic is led by the rules of the PKP (Polish State Railways).
This railway changed has it's name two times. On 21.07.1972 it was opened as Maltanka, in 1998 the name was changed to Maltanska Kolej Dziecieca (Maltan Children's railway), only to be finally nam... (more)