Poland - Polskie Koleje Państwowe

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Logo and other inscriptions on a WLABd PKP with short yellow lines and WARS logo. Coach running number 52 51 70 80 346-0 (I think this is the number found on the BTTB model if I am not mistaken). All 3 above photos with old PKP logo.
Logo and other inscriptions on a WLABd PKP with short yellow lines and WARS logo. Coach running number 52 51 70 80 346-0 (I think this is the number found on the BTTB model if I am not mistaken). All 3 above photos with old PKP logo.
Operational number 52 51 70 80 337-9
Operational number 52 51 70 80 337-9
Operational number 52 51 70 80 342-9. White or worn out lines (short stripes) and WARS logo. Last bottom 2 photos with old PKP logo, also.
Operational number 52 51 70 80 342-9. White or worn out lines (short stripes) and WARS logo. Last bottom 2 photos with old PKP logo, also.
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PKP (old logo), WARS sleeping coaches type WLABd with no gray roof end extensions, some had 3 marker light at the end of the coach
PKP (old logo), WARS sleeping coaches type WLABd with no gray roof end extensions, some had 3 marker light at the end of the coach
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PKP running coach number 52 51 70 80 025-0
PKP running coach number 52 51 70 80 025-0
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PKP (old logo) sleeping coaches with extended gray roof ends (sections), 3 marker lights, different windows (some)
PKP (old logo) sleeping coaches with extended gray roof ends (sections), 3 marker lights, different windows (some)
Interior of a sleeping coach compartment of a newly refurbished coach
Interior of a sleeping coach compartment of a newly refurbished coach
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PKP (new logo) slepping coaches type WLABd. I think these ones got orange gangways doors
PKP (new logo) slepping coaches type WLABd. I think these ones got orange gangways doors

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Wow, lots of new pictures of sleeping cars!
They're all GDR-made Y-type sleepers like already described.
Christtking wrote:This type I've never seen before, different bogies, bottom area for the batteries, some windows do not open (different design), different roof arrangement, 3 marker light at end of coach, new PKP logo
Yes, the trucks are interesting, indeed. They're not the original ones. They remind me of Italian Fiat trucks. But I'm not too deep into this topic. So I may be wrong.

Two non-openable windows on the corridor side have been standard with all types of compartment cars in Poland since the 1990's.

And like already said in an earlier post, the Soviet-style arrangement of three EOT lights is typical for all GDR-made Y-type sleeping cars for Poland.

But this is only a minor modernization. The really striking most recent modernization results in cars with sliding doors and the like...
Christtking wrote:Old timers. In this photo coach running number 51 51 59 80 363-1 Liegewagen
Why do you consider the car on these two images to be an old timer? They are even as old as the other Y-type cars. In this case, they are Polish-made Y-type couchette coaches with all those details usual for Polish-made cars of that era.
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There are additional locomotives that have been released for PKP.

Era III:
Ok1 (Ex BR 38) https://www.tillig.com/Produkte/produktinfo-02026.html
Tr6 (Ex BR 56) https://www.tillig.com/Produkte/produktinfo-02235.html
Okl2 (EX BR64) http://www.modelleisenbahn-schirmer.de/ ... d30100.htm

Era V
SU46 (PKP Green livery) http://www.mtb-model.com/pages/product. ... meritko=TT
ST43 (PKP Various livery colors and time period) http://www.mtb-model.com/pages/product. ... meritko=TT

Era VI
SU46 (PKP Cargo) http://www.mtb-model.com/pages/product. ... meritko=TT
T488p (PKP Private operator STK Wroclaw) https://www.tillig.com/Produkte/produktinfo-02760.html
T488p (PKP Private operator CTL Logistics) https://www.tillig.com/Produkte/produktinfo-02761.html

Multiple eras:
EP05 and EU05 http://www.mtb-model.com/pages/product. ... meritko=TT

Custom made:
Various TT locomotives (Steam conversion kits and ready to run models, eg. Ty51, Ty43), diesel engines (kits and models) SM42, SP42, SU42 and SM48, as well as kits of Polish cars. www.eaos.pl
Metal made passenger cars of PKP: http://www.matu.waw.pl/modelarstwo/skala-tt/kolej

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