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Report - Bieżanów Locomotive Depot (Graveyard), Kraków, Poland - September 2019


yernbarr

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One of the largest train graveyards on the planet, the Bieżanów Locomotive Depot in Kraków, Poland is home to hundreds of Soviet-era trains that date back to the mid 1960's when the country was still part of the Warsaw Pact. The bulk of the abandoned stock comprises EU07 electric locomotives from the 1960s to the 1980s, Pt 47’s and old wagons. One of the locomotives standing on the siding is TY TY 51 - the heaviest Polish steam locomotive produced in the 1950s.

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Nismo

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Now that's nice to see, im suprised at the low amount of vandalism, im guessing the place is pretty secure?
 

Andrew32

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That's incredible, I go to krakow quite often to see family, very interesting
 

yernbarr

Circa 1998
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Now that's nice to see, im suprised at the low amount of vandalism, im guessing the place is pretty secure?
Thanks for the comment! You'd be surprised how accessible the site was, just a short walk from the existing Kraków Płaszów station...
 

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