It is a great shame to see those great steam locomotives, which back in the day used to work hard pulling cargo trains, rust in the bushes. Nature has started to assimilate them.
Dark clouds over the Railroad Heritage Park in Koscierzyna. It's a shame that the rain can't wash out a rust from these locomotives.
Clouds of smoke, hissing steam, blistering heat comming from the boiler and the characteristic smell of grease and coal - all of that creates the uniqie atmosphere of steam locomotives.
First time in my life I had a chance to see dancing flames in the steam locomotive's boiler.
Two DJs by the turntable - "Stonka" and "Gagarin" present!
On the left you can see old railroad bridge over Wisla River. The construction of the lattice-truss bridge was completed in 1857 and with a lenght of 837 meters became the longest bridge in Europe... (more)
Ol49-69 in a cloud of smoke with a retro train "Nogat" is crossing over Wisla River Bridge. This bridge was build in 1891, 40 meters nord from the old one (build in 1857), and increased traffic ca... (more)
I would like to thank the guy with a fishing-rod for agreeing to participate in my composition. Hope he has caught a gold fish.
First rail bridge was build here in 1857, this one is from 1947. This rail line runs through exterior rampart of The Malbork Castle - the biggest gotic castle in the world. On the right you can se... (more)
On a reastaurant ship moored just by Malbork Castle you can have a fresh fish straight from the river, enjoy a beer or two and watch trains passing over the Nogat river.
"Sloneczny" train from Warszawa Zachodnia to Gdynia Glowna Glowna Osobowa is passing Nogat River Bridge. On the right you can see restaurant ship "Malbork".
Gdynia Wielki Kack station was build in 1930. Since then not very much was change on the station. There are still figure semaphores, old station building and rail scheme with Koepke's security rai... (more)
Not very often you can see a steam locomotive at Gdansk Glowny station. Retro train "Nogat" from Gdynia to Malbork lead by Ol49-69 from Wolsztyn Depot.
ET22-214 during maintenance at Gdynia Grabowek depot.
SA131-001 is waitting near the workshop for a new radiator.