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Lurking deep in the woods

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For the modern image modeller who wants to add something older and different - a trip into the woods can be rather interesting in Poland, the former part of Germany pre 1945

Ksiegince Railway Station

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Ksiegince Railway Station is just a kilometer from the Bridge portrayed in our 1st Blog. Its here that the double line changes into a single track in order to cross that bridge and again reverts to double track again the other side (for another blog post) The station is split with a tiny halt building on the route out and the main building on the route into Wroclaw.

An Old German Station

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One of things you notice in Poland is that almost all the old German Railway Stations are now used for living in. Their state of repair differs greatly and often the track beds still have the track in place like this one. We could not make out the original name - perhaps you can work it out - leave a comment if you know.

An unsual Works Tram

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Now in the main you see all sorts of trams from New to older ones. So on my travels again I was amazed to see this Works Tram towing a Tram bogie.

Old German Tram Lines

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Old German Tram Lines - they have seen more than 70 years of service and now it's time to renew them for modern safer concrete blocks and new rail - above you can see the sections have been cut out and stacked

Train Spotting

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Train Spotting - did you used to go looking at the trains - take a look at these examples
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