Polish rail border crossings


Polish rail border crossings

Polish rail border crossings as of 2007, abolished cross-border lines are in "italic". Year of opening in brackets.

Poland - Russia

*Braniewo - Mamonovo (1853)
*Głomno - Bagrationovsk (1866)
*Skandawa - Zheleznodorozhny (1871)

Poland - Lithuania

*Trakiszki - Mockava

Poland - Belarus

*Kuźnica Bialostocka - Hrodna
*Zubki - Bierestovica
*Siemianówka - Svislach
*Czeremcha - Visoko-Litovsk
*Terespol - Brest
*"Wola Uhruska - Tomashovka"

Poland - Ukraine

*Dorohusk - Jahodyn (Yahodyn)
*Hrubieszów - Volodymyr-Volynskyi, see Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa
*Hrebenne - Rava-Ruska
*Werchrata - Rava-Ruska
*Przemyśl - Mostyska
*Malhowice - Nizhankovichi
*Krościenko - Khyriv

Poland - Slovakia

*Łupków - Medzilaborce (1874), see also Łupków Pass
*Muszyna - Plaveč (1876)
*"Podczerwone - Suchá Hora" (1899 - 1975)
*Zwardoń - Skalité (1884)

Poland - Czech Republic

*Cieszyn - Český Těšín (1888)
*"Marklowice - Albrechtice" (1914-1931), abolished after enactment of border with Czechoslovakia, only base of bridge across Olza remained
*Zebrzydowice - Petrovice u Karviné (1855)
*Chałupki (Annaberg) - Bohumín (1848), see Northern Railway
*"Krzanowice - Chuchelná (1895-1945)"
*"Pilszcz - Opava (1904-1945)"
*"Głubczyce - Krnov (1873-1945)"
*Głuchołazy - Jindřichov ve Slezsku (1875)
*Głuchołazy - Mikulovice (1888)
*"Kałków - Vidnava (1911-1945)"
*"Dziewietlice - Bernartice (1896-1945)"
*Międzylesie - Lichkov (1875)
*"Kudowa Zdrój - Náchod (1945 only)"
*"Tłumaczów - Otovice (1889-1945)"
*Mieroszów - Meziměstí (1877)
*Lubawka - Královec (1869), freight only
*"Jakuszyce - Harrachov (1902-1946)", see Izera railway
*"Mirsk - Jindřichovice pod Smrkem (1902-1945)"
*Zawidów - Frýdlant v Čechách (1875), freight only
*"Bogatynia - Heřmanice (1900-1945), narrow gauge", see Frýdlant-Heřmanice Railway
*"Kopaczów (Oberullersdorf) - Hrádek nad Nisou (Grottau) (1859-1945)", trains currently do not stop on the Polish territory, peage only

Poland - Germany

*"Kopaczów (Oberullersdorf) - Zittau (1859-1945)", trains currently do not stop on the Polish territory, peage only
*"Sieniawka (Kleinschönau) - Zittau (-1945), narrow gauge"
*Hirschfelde - Krzewina Zgorzelecka - Hagenwerder, border checkpoint at the Krzewina Zgorzelecka railway station
*"Zawidów - Hagenwerder" (1875-1945)
*Zgorzelec - Görlitz
*Węgliniec - Horka
*"Sanica (Sänitz) - Steinbach" (1908-1945), Horka-Przewóz line
*"Łęknica - Bad Muskau", narrow gauge
*Zasieki - Forst
*Gubin - Guben
*"Gubinek - Guben"
*"Kunice - Kunitz"
*Kunowice - Frankfurt
*Kostrzyn nad Odrą - Küstrin-Kietz
*"Siekierki - Neurüdnitz" (1897-1982), former "Wriezener Bahn"
*Szczecin - Tantow
*"Barnisław - Ladenthin" (1899-1945)
*Szczecin - Grambow
*"Świnoujście - Garz" (1894-1945)
*"Świnoujście - Heringsdorf" (1894-1945, 2008-)

Poland - Sweden

*Swinoujscie - Ystad, train ferry, freight only

Unrealised projects

* Chałupki (Annaberg) - Hlučín

See also

*Czech rail border crossings
*Slovak rail border crossings
*History of rail transport in Poland

External links

[http://www.steane.com/egtre/borders/xings.php?country=PL Polish rail border crossings] at the Enthusiast's Guide to Travelling the Railways of Europe


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