• Address: Dworcowa 9, 72-100 Goleniów

The railway water tower was founded in 1912. Its function was to supply steam locomotives in water. The structure consists of a main part made of red brick and a half-timbered head, thereby referring to the late medieval style. The eastern curtain wall of the tank collapsed in the early 1970s, thereby proving bad technical condition of the tower. Only in 1991 did the building undergo a complete refurbishment: the tin roof was replaced, the façade was whitened and wooden parts of the structure were impregnated with a black substance.

The tower, due to the design and successful combination of a technical function with an aesthetic one, is one of the most interesting historical buildings of Goleniów. It still supplies water to the station buildings.

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