- Feuilleton - Little adventures of a driver
- From home
- Rosters - Gdynia Grabowek Depot
- Rosters - Jaslo Depot
- Trams
- The 2003/04 timetable supplement
- Return of the „Czechs”
- Excursions

  • Steam and smoke courtesy of the Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway
  • Euro-excursion between Sławno and Darłowo
  • Around Upper Wielkopolska by „Kolzam”
  • Special trains from Potsdam
  • To Europe by steam
  • Wolsztyn 2004
  • The 2004 „Pirat”
  • BR 03 in Szczecin

- 150 years of the Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway

The of narrow gauge railways in Upper Silesia dates back to the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, when the first horse railway in this region was established. The first steam locomotive in continental Europe (outside of England) was built in Berlin for this railway in 1815. Building of the first narrow gauge railway in Upper Silesia for public use began on the basis of a concession received 24 March 1851. This railway was intended for carrying freight between the dynamically developing industries and factories in the area as well as delivering their products to the standard gauge railways which were already connecting Silesia with Berlin and Krakow. The Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway received the track gauge of 785mm (30 Prussian inches), which at that time was already widespread on the industrial railways supplying iron ore and coal from the mines to the foundries in Upper Silesia. The 150th anniversary of the Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway in 2003 serves as an occasion to review the history of this unique, on a world scale, railway.

- Lubsko twilight

Railway history in Lubsko began in the year 1846 with the start of service on the Berlin - Wroclaw railway line. Lubsko became a junction station on 1 October 1897 with the opening of the branch line via Tuplice and Leknia to Weißwasser. On 1 May 1914 was the grand opening of the line from Lubsko to Krosno Odrzańskie. After the Second World War, Lubsko, together with the changed border layout of the main lines to Berlin, lost its importance. Traffic gradually declined until at last the station was closed on 17 May 1994. If one were to suddenly come upon the deserted and extinct station in Lubsko, it would be like finding oneself in another world. An uncanny climate, one which perhaps doesn’t exist in any other station in Poland. We present the history of this cult station, along with many historic and recent photos.

- Track crossings at grade level
- Type Dh2 „Wilno” (Px29) narrow guage steam locomotives

At the end of 1928, technical documentation was prepared in the Warsaw Steam Locomotive Construction Company (WSABP) for a 750 mm gauge steam locomotive, the „Wilno” class, for use on the newly constructed narrow gauge lines in the eastern parts of Poland. At the same time the factory began construction of a prototype, which was finished in March 1929. As the running trials were extremely successful, the Ministry of Transport purchased the prototype and ordered 20 more of these locomotives, bestowed the class Wp29 on the PKP. After 1945, 11 of these locomotives returned to the PKP, which gave them the new class designation of Px29. The last two examples of this series preserved in Poland are located in the Museum of Narrow Gauge Railways in Sochaczew.

- PKP version of an open wagon from Piko
- The Ty2 steam locomotive from APM
- PKP news from Fleischmann

During the last Modeling Festival in Łódź, which took place 29-30 June 2004, the big surprise for visitors was the appearance at the festival of a stand from Gebr. Fleischmann of Nuremburg. The bigger surprise was that Fleischmann, a firm well-known for many years by Polish railway modelers and collectors for the high quality of their products, presented for the first time in Łódź models of steam locomotives and passenger and freight wagons in PKP markings. This line, prepared mainly with Polish clients in mind, was greeted with great interest by show visitors and comprises 16 ready-to-run models in HO and N scales: series Ok1 and Tp4 steam locomotives (HO, N), 2-axle German-built passenger wagons of the Ci-29 and Bi-29 classes (HO, N), 2-axle German-built baggage wagon of the classes Pwi-27 (HO) and Pwi-30 (N) as well as three different 4-axle freight wagons (boxcar, coal hopper, and flat car) of American construction (USTC-1918) (HO, N).

- Announcements and club forum
- Cardboard model of a flanged Warszawa