The Roundhouse in Wolsztyn was established at the beginning of the twentieth century, and it works to the present day.
It is the only museum in Europe with live steam locomotives, both Polish and foreign.
Currently, there are about 30 such vehicles, including the unique locomotives: Ok1, OK2, antique railway cars and the most precious of the exhibits - the Pm36 steam locomotive dating from 1937, produced in Chrzanów, which is able to reach speeds of 130 km/h.
Every day, two or three locomotives with passenger cars attached, set off on the tracks to Poznan and Leszno.
Every year, in late April and early May there's is a big festival called "Steam Locomotives Parade," during which other working machines from across the Polish and abroad gather, and in the evening during the show named "Light, sound, steam," are presented to the visitors on the old turntable.
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ul. Fabryczna 1, 64-200 Wolsztyn, PolskaGallery:
visiting possible every day from 8:00-15:00Tickets adults:
- For an extra charge (150 zł) you can ride in the locomotive cab