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Poland: Narrow-gauge steam in Sroda

9 - 11 April 2021

Poland: Narrow-gauge steam in Sroda

Poland: Narrow-gauge steam in Sroda

Not much is left of the variety and romance of the Polish narrow-gauge railways and so in 2021 you have to search very carefully to find a narrow-gauge line with authentic vehicles in Poland. Sroda with its Px48 is a worthwhile destination for our project to turn back time and experience and enjoy narrow gauge steam in its most beautiful form.

From Friday afternoon to Sunday noon we drive the narrow-gauge route from Sroda to Zaniemysl several times with the Px-48 1756 and different, lovingly arranged mixed trains. Especially the shots in the morning light make the track in Sroda a special experience for photographers and videographers. We will again be using older Polish road vehicles and extras to offer a special kind of photo and film experience. In addition night shots, illuminated with our professional lighting equipment.

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No. of participants min. 14, max. 28
Duration 3 days
Meals none
Price 420 Euro
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Tour program

We will send the detailed program to the booked participants 4 weeks before the tour starts.

Your tour price

  • 420 Euro per person for Friday, April 9, 2021 (from noon) to Sunday, April 11, 2021 (at noon), participation in the photo drive in Sroda with the Px48 - 1756.
  • accomodation in our tour hotel, single room supplement, incl breakfast, per night and person 50 Euros.
     

Our services:

  • Photo trains in Sroda with steam locomotive Px 48 - 1756 from 9 - 11 April 2021;
  • night photographs on 9 and 10 April 2021;
  • Professional and experienced Tanago tour guide (German + English speaking) plus local guide.

Not included in the tour price are tips, drinks and meals, personal expenses, travel to and from Sroda.

 

The tour planning is designed for maximum photo and video yield and therefore for dedicated photographers and videographers. The tour starts early in the morning. We will consciously and intensively take pictures at the edge of the day, at noon we will have a longer break. We will travel on the train on all days.

On the transfer routes we will "decorate" our train with orange warning vests, we don't care about "free loaders".