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|Date:||Mon 27 Oct 2008 01:39:27 AM|
|Thank you for a most enjoyable experience at Wolsztyn in June and in particular your hospitality and friendliness
We plan to revisit Wolsztyn for another “experience” and some more exploring; we got to Auschwitz following your directions and found it a very moving experience indeed
The couple of days experience driving and firing at Smigiel were most enjoyable and the rail motor trip to the seldom used end of the line at Wielichowo was truly memorable while turning the steam locomotive around the grass covered triangle at Stare Bojanowo was an experience in itself with lots of slipping and not much movement
The narrow gauge at Smigiel is a wonderful experience on its own and being a little more informal has a different charm that in no way diminishes the appeal of Wolsztyn
We will return
|Date:||Thu 14 Aug 2008 09:01:15 PM|
|Have been coming to Wolsztyn since 1999 - every year we ask ourselves "can this be real?" - but it is. Thanks to Howard and Trevor - keep up the good work! All the best from Bob Huff and Neil Mackay.|
|Date:||Sat 29 Mar 2008 01:00:39 PM|
|(engineer England) Each time it gets better - if God has anything better he has kept it to himself.|
|Date:||Sat 29 Mar 2008 12:59:21 PM|
|(railway enthusiast England) It might not be better than sex - but it lasts a lot longer.|
|Date:||Sat 29 Mar 2008 12:56:24 PM|
|(Director North Norfolk Railway-England) I have been to Wolsztyn 3 times now and undoubtably they have been the happiest days ever. This way of life must be preserved!|