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Welcome to the Steam Locomotive Shed in Wolsztyn

Wolsztyn’s shed is still an operating steam locomotive depot that runs mainline steam-hauled trains on regularly scheduled passenger services to Leszno and Poznań. This is the one and only place where workshops, machines, locomotives’ maintenance facilities and other objects of technical background can be seen.

It is not some kind of a heritage park or a museum created particularly to present the steam engines and their facilities. It is a real, working roundhouse that has been fully operational for more than 100 years. Every day only there you can see red-hot, belching out steam locos.

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19th April 2009 Update As in the previous years PKP CARGO S.A. and the Era Parowozów Foundation jointly organise the Steam Locomotive Show – the 16th STEAM LOCMOTIVE PARADE 2009. The highlight of the first day of the gala would be the evening "Light, sound and steam" presentation, which will be proceeded by the finale of the 'Miss World of Steam Engines' contest More

World’s Leading Travel Trade Show ITB Berlin 2009


PKP CARGO S.A. with the “Wielkopolska Tourist Organization”, Town Office in Wolsztyn, and foundation “Era Parowozów”, also this year promoted in Berlin rides on historic trains from the Wolsztyn locomotive shed More

Picture of the Year 2008 -chosen!


We are pleased to announce that the picture chosen to be the Picture of the Year 2008 was taken by Maciej STEHBACH, a keen enthusiast of both steam locomotives and photography. His picture showing Ol49-23 with a morning train to Poznań in the background and two stored locomotives: Pt47-106 and Ty43-123 in the foreground was chosen as the most interesting from all the pictures that were sent to the competition. The picture sums up the whole year in the Wolsztyn shed in one frame More

The Wolsztyn steam locomotive depot museum presents – vintage pictures and model layout.


Today we would like to present two photographs that will soon enrich the Wolsztyn shed's collection of railwayana. The photographs were donated by Mr More

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