Updates
PESA Bydgoszcz - December 2012
Please check out the photos taken during a visit in PESA Bydgoszcz - Polish manufacturer of the modern EMU's, DMU's, locomotives and trams. They produce rolling stock for the carriers from Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Lithuania and Ukraine. Link to the photos: PESA Bydgoszcz - December 2012. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and a lot of fantastic railway journeys for everyone!
Posted on 22 Dec 2012 by Piotr Jurewicz
Bucuresti - Ploiesti - Bucuresti - March/April 2012
Today a gallery from the railway trip in Romania was added. It was the trip from Bucuresti to Ploiesti and back. In the photos you can see two railway stations in Bucuresti - Basarab and Nord, some stations between Bucuresti and Ploiesti and last station of the trip - Ploiesti Vest. There are also a few photos from the closed Plopeni station near Ploiesti. In the gallery you will see many different types of the Romanian trains. Link: Bucuresti - Ploiesti - Bucuresti - March/April 2012
Posted on 29 Aug 2012 by Piotr Jurewicz
Modernization of the website
Today many things on the website were improved. The way of displaying photos was corrected. Now browsing galleries will be easier and you will see a description under each photo. New photos soon!
Posted on 21 Aug 2012 by Piotr Jurewicz
Gdynia - Kaunas - Gdynia - August 2011
New gallery was added: Gdynia - Kaunas - Gdynia - August 2011. There are photos taken during the railway trip from Gdynia in Poland to Kaunas in Lithuania via Białystok and Sestokai and than back to Gdynia. Enjoy!
Posted on 14 Aug 2012 by Piotr Jurewicz
Welcome to our railway gallery!
Today we are starting with a completly new version of TGK. Our railway gallery started at 21st October 2005 in Polish language and under the name Tematyczna Galeria Kolejowa. Now we changed the whole design and made an English version with the 'English-Polish' name of the website. You can find here railway photos divided into albums from many different journeys. There are photos from Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Lithuania and Latvia so far, but there will be more! Enter our gallery and discover the spirit of european railways!
Posted on 09 Aug 2011 by Piotr Jurewicz
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