An old postcard from the early 1900s of Breslau railway station. Click on picture to enlarge image.
Three pre-war photographs of the railway station in Breslau (Wroclaw), Silesia.
A personal photograph of German soldiers on one of the platforms of Breslau station in 1939.
Breslau Hauptbahnhof / Wrocław Główny / The main station was built in 1857, as the starting point of the Oberschlesische Eisenbahn (Upper Silesian Railway), as well as the line from Breslau to Glogau via Posen.
The exterior of the railway station in Breslau, now Wroclaw, around 1940.
Wroclaw Glowny is today the largest and busiest passenger station in south-west Poland. It is located at the junction of several important routes.
We also have online further pictures of Breslau from our private collection. Do please have a look!
Two pictures of the railway station in pre-war Meseritz (Miedzyrzecz). Click to enlarge.
The railway station in Meseritz (Miedzyrzecz), former Posen / Brandenburg province, c.1905.
An exterior pre-World War One picture of the exterior of the railway station in Meseritz (Miedzyrzecz), c.1910.
See also our page with more pictures of old Miedzyrzecz / Meseritz.
The railway station in Gruenberg (Zielona Góra) in Schlesien, c.1910.
Three pictures of Gruenberg in Silesia as it looked in the 1910s and 1920s. Since 1945 Grunberg has been known as Zielona Gora (Green Mountain) and is part of the province of Lubuskie in western Poland.
The city hall and center of Gruenberg in Silesia, c.1929.
The windmill which up until the Second World War stood near the centre of Gruenberg (Zielona Gora).
Related content on Polish Poland:
- Images of communist-era Zielona Góra (1970 – 1985).
- More archive images and information on Zielona Gora.
Zielona Gora is one of the only places in Poland growing grapes for Polish wine.