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The municipal gasworks, by Tymon Markowski
The municipal gasworks, by Tymon Markowski


TeH2O: Bydgoszcz Water, Industry and Craft Trail was created in 2014 within a European Union project called SHIFT-X www.shiftx.eu that aimed at bringing back the glamour and knowledge of the past industries. TeH2O is an industrial thematic trail that unites the history of 15 organically water-centred places in Bydgoszcz. Each story unites the tales of the Bydgoszcz craftsmen, entrepreneurs and city activists with the city growth. The city potential is always brought up by its people. The following sites are on the route: 1) The Exploseum; 2) The Granaries on the Brda; 3) Mill Island; 4) The Bydgoszcz Canal  5) Museum of Soap and History of Dirt, 6) The Waterworks Museum in Bydgoszcz - the Water Tower; 7) Museum of Photography at the University of Economy in Bydgoszcz; 8) The local brewery; 9) The Pharmacy Museum; 10) The Sebastian Malinowski Museum of the Bydgoszcz Canal; 11) The Waterworks Museum in Bydgoszcz – Historic Pump Room; 12) The bindery at the regional public library in Bydgoszcz; 13) The Municipal Gasworks; 14) The Woodworking Machinery Factory; 15) Lemara barge.

The bindery, by Tymon Markowski
The bindery, by Tymon Markowski


The name of the Trail - TeH2O – accentuates T as in technology, H as in History and O as in Opening Up for the Past (to a T). The taming of water as an element forms the phenomenon of the Bydgoszcz industrial heritage. Bydgoszcz is a city on the water, a city of the water with its transportation route, a city of water with the energy source, a city of the water with the component in the production process. As a flagship of Bydgoszcz’s tourism, the industrial heritage meets the goals: raising awareness of Bydgoszcz as an attractive destination for industrial tourism and increasing the pride of residents in the holistic role of their city in the history of Poland and Europe.

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Pomeranian Philharmonic, fot. R.Sawicki Time: about 3 hours Throughout the 19th century Bydgoszcz experienced an economic growth, which resulted in a transformation of its architectural landscape. The year 1851 turned out to be a crucial year, when the first railway and the local railway station were opened. The city’s area and population expanded.

Stylish old car in Bydoszcz, fot. R. Sawicki

Two important roads run through Bydgoszcz: national 25 and national road no. 10. The first one assures convenient connection with Wrocław, Poznań, and the airport in Bydgoszcz. The other one links Bydgoszcz with Piła and Szczecin, and in the opposi

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