A tourist attraction worth recommending is the Piaseczyńsko-Grójecka Narrow-Gauge Railway, established in 1898. It is located only 20 km from Warsaw and currently runs every Sunday on the Piaseczno – Tarczyn – Piaseczno route. The originator of its creation was the tailor Eugeniusz Paszkowski. In this costly investment, he was supported by e.g. Prince Stefan Lubomirski and Count Tomasz Zamoyski. The railway devastated by the occupiers during the First and Second World Wars survived only thanks to the railway workers who rebuilt its infrastructure. Today, the railway has 28 km of trail among attractive tourist areas full of architectural monuments. In addition to traveling by passenger carriages, an interesting attraction is the possibility of traveling on manually or diesel powered trolleys. More information.
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