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Piotr


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pic commentMay 18, 2012


Please write to: piotr.sternal@gazeta.pl I will response with pleasure for all your questions. I don't have MSN, because it's not popular in my country.
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pic commentMay 17, 2012


Very nice emojione I think it's good choice to looking for Tem2 in that part of Poland. Close to Wroclaw in Glogow, Legnica there you can find trains from Pol-Miedź Trans company (this is operator which is owned by big cuprum plant). They trains you can find in all west Poland. Also they using a lot of M62. If you have a time I recommend Leszno, there You find Romanian ST43 class (diesel engine) or Wolsztyn (about 100 km form Wrocław). In Wolsztyn You find steam engine museum and every day from Wolsztyn depo goes two pairs of passanger trains to Poznań hauling with normal gauge steam locomotive! emojione however from Wroclaw You have to take whole day, because there is no straight connections, and you have to change train in Leszno.
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pic commentMay 17, 2012


I don't know exactly, but polish Wikiepdia told that in 2009y were about 390 machines. 109 in PKP Cargo (national operator) and the whole rest in private operators. As I observe, in my part of country (west Poland) there are only this privates and it's quite easy to catch them emojione Also this class is popular at sand mine railways in Lower Silesia ( south Poland industry region).
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pic commentMay 15, 2012


The red car is a trailer only and it's signed in Poland as 'Bxhpi'. Made by FAUR in Romania.
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discover uploadMay 8, 2012
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Narrow gauge turistic train leaving Stare Bojanowo
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pic commentMay 8, 2012


Locomotive with special livery because of EURO 2012 football championship in Poland and Ukraine. Some PKP IC's locomotives have livery with national flags of Euro competitors, this one, as you can see, has Czech Republic flag. 4 another locomotives has photos of 4 polish football stadiums.
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uploadMay 8, 2012
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EU44-006 with train from Amsterdam to Warsaw
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pic commentMay 8, 2012


Locomotive with special livery because of EURO 2012 football championship in Poland and Ukraine. This one has photo of the PGE Arena in Gdańsk. At other locomotives there are another three polish stadiums. Also 16 locomotives was painted in national flags of Euro competitors.
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uploadMay 8, 2012
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EU44-009 with train from Berlin Hbf to Warsaw.
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uploadMay 3, 2012
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Special train from Wolsztyn to Cottbus.
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uploadMay 3, 2012
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Special retro train Wolsztyn - Stefanowo - Wolsztyn
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discover uploadMay 3, 2012
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Tkt48-191 is starting with special train to Wolsztyn.
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uploadMay 1, 2012
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Special train from Wolsztyn to Berlin.
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pic commentApr 2, 2012


Something beautiful! Great!
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uploadMar 1, 2012
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Regional train from Poznań Gł. to Wolsztyn is leaving Stęszew.