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Wolsztyn railway station

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Operated by  Koleje Wielkopolskie
Platforms in use  5
Opened  1 June 1886
Wolsztyn railway station
Location  Wolsztyn, Greater Poland Voivodeship Poland
Line(s)  Sulechów–Luboń koło Poznania railway Leszno–Zbąszyń railway Wolsztyn–Zagan railway (closed)
Address  Dworcowa 6, 64-200 Wolsztyn, Poland
Similar  Muzeum Regionalne w Wolszty, Sulechów, Leszno railway station, Zbąszyń, Piła Główna railway st

Wolsztyn railway station is a railway station serving the town of Wolsztyn, in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poland. The station opened on 1 June 1886 and is located on the Sulechów–Luboń koło Poznania railway, Leszno–Zbąszyń railway and the closed Wolsztyn–Zagan railway. The train services are operated by Koleje Wielkopolskie.

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History

The first building was built in 1886. It was completely destroyed on 1 September 1939, and was only fit for demolition. A new station was built and opened in 1961.

Train services

The station is served by the following service(s):

  • Regional services (KW) Wolsztyn - Grodzisk Wielkopolski - Poznan
  • Regional services (KW) Zbaszynek - Zbaszyn - Wolsztyn - Boszkowo - Leszno
  • Wolsztyn Roundhouse

    Near the railway station is Wolsztyn Roundhouse, built in 1907 and enlarged in 1909, it has 4 positions for steam locomotives. An interesting element of the station is the water tower to 1907.

    There is a steam festival every year at the end of April or start of May.

    References

    Wolsztyn railway station Wikipedia


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