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  1. I'm going for a week in Warsaw in late august but i have some questions: 1) It's forbidden to take Photos or videos of trains (includes Metro and Trams) in poland? Is reqired a special permit? I ask this because in many countries railfanning is forbidden unless you've a special permit from the railway company. By the way my equipment will be a simple entry-level handcam. No tripods. And i'll made photos by a public accessible area (like station platforms). 2) Where can i find EN57s in the Warsaw area? 3) Is there any method to completely avoid the Siemens Inspiro train and thus the Whole Line 2 Metro? 4) What are the differences (in terms of services, lines and fares) between KM (Koleje Mazowieckie) and SKM (Szybka Kolej Miejska) ?
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    Pesa Dart EMU design

    Here is a maker I was not aware of, Pesa of Poland. This is their Dart HSR design, initially tested for 160km/h max. operational speed. I like how the side profile is similar to Japanese rolling stock designs with open space visible in the underframes, rather than the skirting favored by the big three. Where does this maker slot in in terms of price point in the world rolling stock market?
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