- The „Train” campaign
- From home
- 2005/06 excursions
- Assignment rosters – Kamieniec Ząbkowicki depot
- SU46 locomotives in Kamieniec Zabkowicki
- History of the Tczew railway junction
  The decision to build a railway through Tczew and the area was influenced by the political and military considerations of the Prussian state. In times of war it was

necessary to transport immense numbers of soldiers long distances, which involved gigantic costs and had an influence on the effectiveness of the military force. The first railway running from Bydgoszcz to Tczew, with a branch to Danzig (Gdansk), was completed 19 July 1852. From Tczew the line ran via Marienburg (Malbork), Elbing (Elblag), and Braunsberg (Braniewo) to Königsberg. The line connecting Tczew with Pila via Chojnice was completed 15 August 1873. In this way Tczew became one of the most important transportation hubs of Pomerania and of Prussia, on the main line linking Berlin with Königsberg.

- Railways in the Glubczycki Region

In the Glubczycki region - a historical part of Silesia - a railway already existed at the beginning of the second half of the 19th century. The two most important towns - Głubczyce (Leobschutz) and Baborów (Bauerwitz) - were connected with the Upper Silesian railway network from the direction of Raciborz. The 150th anniversary of the establishment of passenger service on the Raciborz - Glubczyce section, which fell in 2005 contributed to the creation of a monograph on the history of railways in the historical Glubczycki Region. Today’s appearance of the Glubczyce station presents us with the darkest vision of the future of Polish railways. There’s no other choice than to return to older, better times, when steam locomotives passed with a whistle and crowds of passengers swarmed on the platforms.

- The eternally youthful EP05 - genesis
- PKP series Tr11 freight locomotives

After the end of the First World War in 1918 and the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the new, independent countries of Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Poland, Hungary and Austria were established. These countries obtained, in accordance with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, steam locomotives from the Imperial Austrian Railway’s 170 series, amongst others. Those locomotives working on the Polish Railways were assigned the class number Tr11 from 1923. In the middle of 1939, just before the outbreak of the Second World War, the PKP was using 145 Tr11-series locomotives assigned to the Krakow and Lvov regions. After the war it possible to restore to service 72 Tr11’s, which saw use until 1957.

- The Trainz Railroad Simulator 2006 game
- Announcements and club forum
- Polish models of the year 2005
- The viaduct in Kokoszki

Despite their seeming independence of each other, the railway and road networks cross each other in many places. Where they meet, usually a railway crossing is built, but in places where the terrain and transport conditions force (or permit) building of a two-level crossing, viaducts are constructed. This engineering structure, characteristic on the railway, shouldn’t be missing from our layouts. The article approaches the construction of a concrete viaduct, the prototype of which lies on the railway line in Kokoszka. To achieve the goal of a realistic recreation of the traces of the wood blanks used to provide forms for the concrete, it proposes pouring segments of the model from plaster in forms constructed from miniature planks.

- Crossing watchman’s hut – cardboard model
- „Do-it-yourself” – Narrow-gauge railways

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