Three old photographs of Wollstein (Wolsztyn) in western Poland.
A picture postcard view of the small town of Wollstein in its German period.
A photograph of children and the church in the centre of Wollstein (Wolsztyn), Poland, c.1919.
A pre-1914 picture postcard of Wollstein (Wolsztyn) from across the lake. Click picture to enlarge image and see more great detail.
Wolsztyn (Wollstein) is a town about 75 kilometers southwest of Poznan in Poland. It has a population of about 13,500 and is the capital of the powiat Wolsztyński in the Greater Poland Voivodeship. Attractions include the lake, annual steam train parade, and mainline steam locomotive depot and turntable.
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- Images of and information on the synagog in Wollstein / Wolsztyn.
- Photographs of the steam locomotive roundhouse and railway station in Wolsztyn.