“Spooky Sounding” WWII Ghost Train

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You will get the shivers when you watch these old locomotives creep along to a solemn clank of metal!

Museum pieces belonging to the Wolsztyn Steam Depot in Western Poland, these locomotives are on their way to a bright future of restoration at Powodow Trzeci, in the center of Poland.

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See if you can spot the one locomotive that has possible shell damage to the boiler!

All are vintage World War II locomotives and earlier including a mix of German and Polish construction. Examples would be the Polish 4-6-0 Ok1-359 from 1917 on up to the 2-8-0 Tr5-65 originating from Germany in 1921.

The Steam Locomotive Depot in Wolsztyn has active working steam engines as well as an eight-stand historical roundhouse with a turntable from 1908!

Please let us know if you have been this museum or have seen any locomotives being restored like these. We would love to hear about your experience!

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