Calling all rail buffs! The Wolsztyn Steam Train Depot located in Wolsztyn, Poland is one of the most unique, well-preserved steam engine depots in all of Europe. Constructed in the early 1900s, it houses a water tower, station hall, and roundhouse that have all been meticulously restored to their former glory. Apart from the buildings, the Wolsztyn Steam Train Depot also has an extensive collection of technical and rescue equipment over a century old that is still in perfect working condition. The depot has many functioning steam engines, including the Piękna Helena, a 1937 Pm36-2 locomotive that was the fastest of its kind when it was put on the rails.
The purge canal camera shows the locomotives preparing to load with coal to be burned as fuel. Beyond the waiting engines, you can see the modern trains as they pass with passengers. If the tracks are quiet, you can rewind the feed up to 12 hours to catch some action from earlier in the day.