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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Camp for volunteers in Skierniewice Engine Shed

We would like to invite all interested to participate in the Volunteers Camp in Skierniewice Shed which will take place from 5th to 8th August. The camp is a part of the project Volunteering for railway heritage as a part of multi-generation technical education, supported by National Heritage Board (Volunteering (…)

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Invitation to the Open Day in August

We would like to invite you to the Open Day in Engine Shed, which will take place on 2nd July from 11 AM to 3 PM. During the event one can visit the interiors of Skierniewice Shed and admire the collection of historical rolling stock. Our guests are awaited by (…)

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Works by the class Ol49-4 steam engine

During the last weeks we intensified the works by the class Ol49-4 steam engine which currently stand s in front of the turntable. First its steam dome cover has been cleaned of rust and painted. Simultaneously, in the main workshop, new boiler covers were cut to size and protected against (…)

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Technical Education Workshops

Starting from April, the youth in the age 15 to 26 years can participate in the Technical Education Workshops organized in our Shed. They are a part of the project Technical Education as a promotion of volunteering for railway heritage in Skierniewice Engine Shed supported by the BZ WBK Fund. (…)

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A new home for cars from Piotrków Trybunalski

More than two years ago we were alerted by railway fans from Piotrków Trybunalski that in the area of the control point of now defunct railway shed there are two freight cars (a box car of Prussian G10 type and undercarriage of a similar car of Austrian origin) which might (…)

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