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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Starting the first in this year renovation works in the Shed

On Wednesday, 27th April, we started the first in this year renovation of Shed’s buildings. The works will be conducted by company “Marbudex” from Skierniewice, a partner who already proved trustworthy in previous renovation activities. Thanks the subsidies from Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and money from 1% of (…)

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Invitation to the opening of 12th touristic season in Skierniewice Engine Shed

On Saturday, 7th May, from 11AM to 3PM we would like to invite you to visit Skierniewice Engine Shed during the first in this year Open Day. The sightseeing takes place in groups guided by the tour guide (guides are dressed in historical railway uniforms). As each year, our guests (…)

First Workshops

On 23rd April we started the first meeting from the series of workshops joining the learning of practical, technical activities and volunteer work for renovation of railway heritage. Workshops are supported from the program Bank of Active Youth by Found of Bank Zachodni WBK. First participants could gain new experience (…)

More subsidies for reconstruction of roundhouse roof

In a major undertaking, like running a historical engine shed, there is no stop in applying for new subsidies. During last days, we were informed that Conservationist Office of Łódź Voivodeship reserved the amount of 25000 PLN for repairs of another area of roof in the main roundhouse. At the (…)

After Zabrze Fairs

From 14th to 16th April 2016 we took part in 8th International Fairs of Industrail and Underground Tourism on the invitation of City Council of Zabrze. The fairs took place in the exhibition hall at Matejki Street 6. We were among the representatives of organizations taking care of post-industrial objects (…)

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