About the Warsaw Commuter rail system and museum in Grodzisk Masowiecki.
Locomotive Model Plans
Carton Built Models
Laser Cut Models
Warsaw Commuter Railway (Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa, WKD) is 40 km long commuter rail line from Grodzisk Mazowiecki to Warsaw. The line is close to the main railway from Lodz to Warsaw (part of historical Warsaw-Vienna line) operated by Polish State Railways (PKP), but WKD runs through smaller municipalities than mainline.
The museum is located in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, the end station of the line, just next to the station. The museum contains plenty of photos from almost 100 years of history of WKD and elements of equipment used in the past. On rare occasions historical cars are presented next to museum.