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Emperor Wilhelm’s Railway Station

The station was built in 1885 at the special request of Emperor Wilhelm II Hohenzollern, who enjoyed hunting in this area.


Season:
Winter


Location:
Masuria, Poland


Credits:
GAP Interiors/Michał Skorupski/Styling: Agnieszka Wrodarczyk


Feature No:   4722 

Qty of Images:    50 

 



 
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Synopsis
After WWI and his abdication, the building was moved to another place and became a railway station. After many years it was inhabited by railway families. When the route was completely closed in 1999, the station began to decline. Magda and Rafał, historic buildings restorers, bought it in 2013 and decided to give it a second life. The station was carefully renovated (i.e. it has retained 90% of its original façade) and decorated by the owners. After 5 years it opened its doors for travellers.

 

 

 
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