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  • The Wawel was an international express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Poland with Germany, and was named after the Wawel, a fortified architectural complex in Kraków, Poland. (en)
  • The Wawel was an international named express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status by operating PKP Intercity and DB Fernverkehr in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Kraków and Wrocław in Poland with Berlin and Hamburg in Germany. It was named after the Wawel, the fromer residence of the Polish kings in Kraków. (en)
  • The Wawel was an international named express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status by operating PKP Intercity and DB Fernverkehr in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Kraków and Wrocław in Poland with Berlin and Hamburg in Germany. It was named after the Wawel, the former residence of the Polish kings in Kraków. (en)
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  • EuroCity "Wawel" ready to leave towards Berlin after change of locomotives at the Węgliniec railway station in Poland (en)
  • PKP class SU46 with EuroCity "Wawel" ready to leave towards Berlin after change of locomotives at Węgliniec in Poland (en)
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  • Wawel (en)
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  • Discontinued (en)
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  • EC 240/241 (en)
  • EC 248/249 (en)
  • EC 340/341 (en)
  • IC 240/241 (en)
  • IC 42/43 (en)
  • IC 48/49 (en)
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  • The Wawel was an international express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Poland with Germany, and was named after the Wawel, a fortified architectural complex in Kraków, Poland. (en)
  • The Wawel was an international named express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status by operating PKP Intercity and DB Fernverkehr in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Kraków and Wrocław in Poland with Berlin and Hamburg in Germany. It was named after the Wawel, the fromer residence of the Polish kings in Kraków. (en)
  • The Wawel was an international named express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status by operating PKP Intercity and DB Fernverkehr in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014.The train linked Kraków and Wrocław in Poland with Berlin and Hamburg in Germany. It was named after the Wawel, the former residence of the Polish kings in Kraków. (en)
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  • Wawel (train) (en)
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