Welcome to the website of the Polish Association of Railway Enthusiasts

We hope to provide you information regarding the activity of our Organization and would like to encourage you to visit the old Skierniewice Engine Shed during the monthly Open Days and other accompanying events.

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Invitation to the first September’s Open Day in Engine Shed

We would like to invite you to the Open Day in Engine Shed, which will take place on Saturday, 5th September from 11AM to 3PM. Visiting groups, led by a guide dressed in a historical railway uniform, will have the opportunity to learn of the history of vehicles in our (…)

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The support of the Topex Group

The Topex Group – the leader in the distribution of hand and power tools once again positively responded to our call for support. The company donated to us an inverter welder from the “Graphite” line of products. This new device will speed up the metal jobs by the rolling stock (…)

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Invitation to the photographic evening in Engine Shed

According to the numerous requests, on the coming Saturday, 22nd August, we have prepared a special open photo-day in Engine Shed. Between 5PM and 9PM we would like to invite all the enthusiasts of photography to visit us and take pictures without the crowds of tourists in the background. Visitors (…)

Składanie kwatów pod pomnikiem zamordowanych na stacji Skierniewice
Paying tribute to the murdered

As in the previous year, we took part on 1st August in the ceremony by the monument commemorating the Pawiak’s prisoners, executed at the Skierniewice railway station during the end of Second World War. Our delegation, along the representatives of City Council, veterans, scouts, members of reconstruction group 26th Infantry (…)

409!

409! This is the exact number of the guests who decided to visit us on the August Open Day. As far as we can recall, this is the highest number of visitors present in the Shed on this month. We are really glad that the interest in the Engine Shed (…)

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