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The railway was built in this region in the 2nd half of the 19th century. The museum, founded in 2003, presents a collection of about 30 old but serviceable steam engines. The exhibits include an original plan of development of the railway from 1909, original French postcard issued for the Grand Prix Exhibition in 1937, speed meters used in steam locomotives, and stamps which show closed stations on the railway lines around Wolsztyn . The jewels of the museum collection is the steam locomotive OK1-359 manufactured in 1917, and the first steam locomotive used in Poland , called "Beautiful Helena" (1937) . Among the most interesting exhibits are German engines Ty1, Ty2, Ty3, Ty42, Ty43 and Ty5. The museum includes historic technical rescue equipment, which was used in lorries in the last century.
Steam Engine Museum Wolsztyn is open from Monday to Friday 08,00-15,00. Admission: 2 PLN, staying overnight in a steam locomotive costs 35 PLN.