It is said that the three most beautiful things in the world are a dancing woman, a galloping horse and a full-steam locomotive. If the thousands of steam train enthusiasts who descend on Wolsztyn for the Steam Train Show every May are anything to go by, then this hast a grain of truth. The last working steam train in Europe is unique by world standards and it. runs every day, not just during the celebrations in May. Timetabled train services pulled by steam locomotives leave Wolsztyn daily. Retro trains with wagons from the final years of the 20th century also run as a tourist attraction. Foreign tourists can be found among the train enthusiasts. Some of them come from the other end of the world just to be able to stoke the boiler with their own hands and soak up the atmosphere of rail, a symbol of a bygone era.