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 term of Volunteers Camp

We would like to invite all the interested to register for the first term of our Volunteers Camp. It will take place from 13th to 16th July as a part of the project project “Volunteering in Engine Shed Skierniewice as a creation of patriotic care for national railway heritage” supported (…)

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Invitation to the volunteers camps in the Engine Shed

Once again we would like to invite in 2017 all the interested to our engine shed to try out themselves as the volunteers helping in restoration of historical rolling stock and the maintenance of historical surroundings of the Shed. Camps are the part of our project “Volunteering in Engine Shed (…)

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Invitation to the July’s Open Day in Engine Shed

We would like to invite you to yet another Open Day in Engine Shed, which will take place on Saturday, 1st July 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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Anniversary walk along the alleys of Old Powązki

On 14th June we invited all the interested to the traditional meeting by the grave of WVR builder, Stanisław Wysocki and subsequent walk along the alleys of Old Powązki cemetery. The idea of June meetings by the grave of Stanisław Wysocki (1805-1868) originated in 1985 on the occasion of the 140th anniversary (…)

Railway Children’s Day

Traditionally, the first Saturday of June (3rd June) was dedicated to the youngest fans of the railway. Aware of the needs of the young visitors, there were no guided tours, instead major part of the Shed was open for independent sightseeing. Our guests could visit the interior of the roundhouse (…)

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