- Feuilleton – Well-worn paths
- From home
- Assignment rosters - Chojnice depot

Chojnice is a junction station lying at the point where non-electrified lines from six directions come together. As suits a major junction, here is located a depot which functions under the name Motive Power Service Section (CMES) and which is under organizational control of the Equipment Department (CM) in Gdynia. The Chojnice depot serves

exclusively diesel motive power in the series: SM42, SP42, ST44, SU45 and recently ST43, as well as diesel railcars in the SA101 and SA102 series formally belonging to the Pomeranian Regional Railways Office in Gdynia. Of the six lines radiating from Chojnice, five, with the exception of the line to Naklo n/Notecia, have passenger service, and the majority of passenger trains start or end their runs at this station.

- Excursions
  • Czechowice-Dziedzice depot’s 150th anniversary
  • „Costerina” under steam again
  • To Sobótka with „Rail Polska”
  • To Pinczow by steam train
  • To Trzebieza by „Ganz”
  • „Departure 75500!” for the last time
  • 120th anniversary of the Chabowka - Nowy Sacz line

- Paint Schemes of the „Little Sevens” - supplement
- A century of the railway in Kochlowice

Kochlowice has existed as a place for some 800 years. The discover of deposits of ore and coal in Silesia became an incentive for its development. From an agricultural settlement a mining-metallurgical community developed. Raw coal and metal produced here were exported by barge on the River Odra, which took a long time. One railways had were acknowledged as a convenient form of transport, industrialists and landowners - Ballestrem, Donnesmarck, Renard, Von Pless, Borsig - came to an agreement and in 1837 established the Upper Silesian Railway Company (OSE). The company won the concession to operate a railway line from Wroclaw to Myslowice and as far as Krakow, and later to numerous branch lines from it. On 2 November 1845 the line reached Upper Silesia - to Gliwice. The railway line from Gliwice via Kochlowice to today’s area of Katowice-Ligota was opened in October 1904. Not quite a year later a connection from Kochlowice to Chebzie was placed in service. Thus, to the group of centenarians one must add the railway in Kochlowice.

- Diesel locomotives of the SM48/TEM2 series

In 1947, the Charkow Lokomotive Factory, based upon technical documentation from the ALCO company, began production of a six-axle diesel locomotive, designating it as series TE1. Experienced gained from the following 10 years of service of this diesel bore fruit in the appearance of the TEM1 series, the first example of which left the gates of the Bryansk Locomotive Factory in 1958. A year later the TEM1 series was given a greater modernization, which led to the birth of the TEM2 series. The Bryansk Locomotive Factory, in addition to satisfying the needs of the Soviet railways, also produced series TEM2 locomotives for export - to Cuba and to Poland, where the principal users were in industry, and in the second place the PKP. On the PKP they were assigned the series SM48. The first TEM2 locomotives arrived in March 1974, while the SM48 series didn’t come until 1976. In Poland around 300 examples of the TEM2 series are in use, while the SM48 series numbers 130 locomotives. These series include locomotives on both the 1435 mm and 1520 mm gauges.

- The Elk Narrow Gauge Railway passes away
- KMiD gallery - photography on the station

- Polish models of the year - 2004
- Fita wagons
- Modular layouts in Poland - Idea and conception

Without a doubt the most important model event in 2004 was the second edition of the Modelling Festival in Łódź, which took place May 29 and 30. The sensation of the festival was the more than 20-meter-long HO scale layout, made up of sections constructed by clubs and individuals from all corners of Poland, which established concrete proof of the idea of building modular layouts in our country. Modular layouts generally are enjoying a continuously growing interest. HO, the most popular scale in model railroading is first most in this trend, but recently modular layouts have been built in all of the well-known scales. In a series of articles we hope to acquaint modelers with the virtues of building a modular layout as well to present the most popular modular systems in Poland, covering the most popular scales. In the first article we touch on the basics concerned with modular layouts.

- Announcements and club forum
- Diesel depot - carton model