Images of Sierpc in Poland through time
Pictures of a husband and wife from the Sierpc region dressed in traditional dress, c.1907.
A view of the small town of Sierpc in Poland as it looked around 1910.
The town of Sierpc is located in the province of Mazowieckie in central-east Poland.
An early photograph of people in the main square (Rynek) in Sierpc, Poland, c.1919.
Did you know that:
- The Yiddish name for Sierpc was Sheps.
A photograph of a street in Sierpc, near Plock, Poland, c.1939.
Some other things you may not know about Sierpc in Poland:
- Around half of the residents of Sierpc were Jewish until the Second World War.
- Sierpc was called Sichelberg betwen 1939 and 1945.
- What remains of the town’s Jewish cemetery can be found on the bank of the river Sierpienica.
- Sierpc is a railway junction town with lines connecting it with Nasielska, Torun, Plock and Brodnica.
- Sierpc has a rather fine Open Air Museum (Skansen) -the Museum of Mazovian villages.
- Sierpc currently has a population of around 18,000.
The town hall and museum in Sierpc, Polen, c.1970.
Related content on Polish Poland: old images from our archive of the nearby city of Plock.
Three old images of the railway station in Międzychód (Birnbaum), Wielkopolska, Poland.
Related: More images of pre-war Międzychód / Birnbaum.
A steam train at Meseritz (Miedzyrzecz) railway station, c.1905.
Three more old images featuring railway stations from our picture archive!
An old picture postcard image of the railway station in Vietz (Witnica), c.1906.
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The railway station in Reppen (Rzepin), c.1911.
Related content on Polish Poland: Railways in Poland.
An old postcard of a steam train at the railway station in Schwerin an der Warthe in 1907.
Two pre-1945 picture postcards of the railway station in Schwerin Warthe - since the end of the Second World War, Skwierzyna, Lubuskie, Poland.
The railroad station in Schwerin (Skwierzyna) in the early years of the 20th century.
Part of a 1930s map showing the railways around Schwerin / Skwierzyna. Click here to see a full-size image of the same map. This is a large map and covers other towns in the area, so will take some time to download and/or view.
Related content: Images of the market square area of pre-war Schwerin / Skwierzyna.
A steam locomotive and train at the railway station in Świdnica / Schweidnitz, Silesia (Dolnośląskie), c.1903.
Here we have a couple old images showing the railways station in Świdnica (former Schweidnitz), Poland.
A steam train passing through the railway station in Swidnica / Schweidnitz, Lower Silesia, c.1929.
Related content on Polish Poland: more old images of Swidnica / Schweidnitz.