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- Assignment rosters - Węgliniec depot

Węgliniec is located in the direct vicinity of Poland’s western border. The railway station entered service in September 1846 together with the opening of the Wrocław - Węgliniec - Żary railway line. Later Węgliniec received direct connections with Dresden (1847), Lubsko and Zielona Góra (1865), Horka (1874) and Czerwona Woda.

Recently this large junction station has, due to its location, served cross-border traffic: passenger traffic Zgorzelec – Goerlitz (PKP – DB), as well as freight traffic Zawidow – Frydlant (PKP - CD) and Wegliniec – Horka (PKP – DB). The main traction used in Wegliniec are SU46 locomotives. Half of such machines on the PKP-Cargo roster work here. The roster is filled out with SM42’s doing shunting and, together with ST43’s, local freight runs.

- Summer 2005 excursions
  • Costerina
  • BR03 we Wrocławiu
  • Chabówka show „Parowozjada”

- Is Polish railway preservation so bad?
- Post office on wheels
- New face of the „crocodile”

The EM10 class is a very small series of electric shunting locomotives, numbering only 4, which were in 2004 given a complete modernization. The modernization included not only a change to the new colors of PKP Cargo, but installation of electrodynamic braking and constant crawl speed control. Externally, the locomotive differs with new halogen headlamps as well as a single-arm pantograph with graphite-lined copper collectors. Also rebuilt was the cab, in which was installed an on-board computer controlling all parameters during operation as well as two ergonomic control desks. In these locomotives a new control system featuring impulse abstraction regulation was installed for the first time on the PKP. Recently these locomotives have been working in the Walbrzych section of the Wroclaw equipment department. They are used as helper locomotives on the Wałbrzych Głowny - Jaworzyna Śląska segment.

- The train operation system between Szczecinek and Slupsk
- The Olszynek flat crossing

The story of an unusual crossing of tracks - likely the only intersection in Poland where the tracks of two normal-gauge PKP lines cross on the same level at a 90° angle. On 16 August 1865 the Wilhelm Railway Association established a single-track railway line from Orzesze Jaśkowice (Friedrichsgrube), lying on the Katowice - Rybnik line, to the „Gotmituns” coal mine („Boleslaw Śmiały” today). Not much later this line was extended further east as far as Tychy station. Fourteen years later, on 1 September 1884 the Upper Silesian Railway Company (O.S.E) opened a segment from Orzesze to Żory. A bit more than 500 meters from Orzesze station, this segment crossed the already-existing Orzesze Jaśkowice – Tychy line, on the same level and at an ideal 90° angle. The crossing lies at a distance from the main line and has been out of service for several years and likely destined for liquidation, yet is worth noting with regard to its unusual shape.

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- Five-axle, narrow gauge military steam locomotives

- Original and model: 060DA diesel locomotive - part I

The ST43, nicknamed „Rumun”, is the second (after the „Gagarin”), and first in some people’s minds, cult diesel locomotive on Polish rails. Therefore it’s not strange that the announcement of the production of a model of this locomotive by Geconvvm built emotion and anticipation. When at last, after several years not without difficulties, the model saw the light of day, we had an opportunity to take a look at it and think about adapting it to the Polish likeness of its prototype. This task fell to our already known reader Roman Kozak, who step by step writes about the merits of this model, comparing them with the original and showing the detailed steps of its conversion to the appearance of an ST43 locomotive from Polish rails. It is the intention of the author that the article is to above all bring attention to the methods of adaptation, making use of the documentation, choice and methods of making parts of the model which are important to making an ideal copy of the original.

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- Models of the year 2005
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- Small railway buildings - cardboard models