A Poland lost forever

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Old Lodz Kaliska Railway  Station in the 1920s

One of our friends has sent us link to the www.wyburzone.pl website – a web catalogue of demolished Polish architecture. There are manor houses and palaces, factories and power stations, tram depots and railway stations. Well worth exploring!

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One Response to “A Poland lost forever”

  1. Linda Woolsteen Says:

    My great, great, great, great Grandfather, John Woolsteen (Woolstein, Wolstein maybe even Wolstyn) came from Prussia. He was married to Armena DeBohr. Did this Wolsztyn area use to be a part of Prussia?

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