Border Crossings: Czech Republic - Poland
- 1 (Liberec -) Hrádek nad Nisou ČD - Zittau DB
- 2 Černousy ČD - Zawidów PKP
- 3 Harrachov ČD - Jakuszyce PKP (- Szklarska Poręba Górna)
- 4 (Trutnov -) Kralovec ČD - Lubawka PKP (- Sedzislaw)
- 5 Meziměstí ČD - Mieroszów PKP
- 6 Lichkov ČD - Miedzylesie PKP
- 7 Mikulovice ČD - Głuchołazy PKP
- 8 Jindřichov ve Slezsku ČD - Głuchołazy PKP
- 9 Krnov ČD - Pietrowice PKP (- Głubczyce)
- 10 Chuchelná ČD - Krzanowice PKP
- 11 Bohumín/Bohumín-Vrbice ČD - Chałupki PKP
- 12 Petrovice u Karviné ČD - Zebrzydowice PKP
- 13 Český Těšín ČD - Cieszyn PKP
- 14 See also
(Liberec -) Hrádek nad Nisou ČD - Zittau DB
[D] carrying ČD Corridor Trains between Liberec and Zittau, this line actually passes through a short stretch of Poland (without stations) before reaching Germany.
Černousy ČD - Zawidów PKP
[D] The previously reported staff trains between Cernousy and Zawidów have ceased. ČD works freight trains to Zawidów.
Harrachov ČD - Jakuszyce PKP (- Szklarska Poręba Górna)
[D] Shuttle Rail services operated by Viamont resumed on 28 August 2010, but ceased again from at least November 2012 until 16 November 2013 for major repairs, ran for just 10 days until closed for urgent bridge repairs before finally reopening on 13 January 2014! Through services from Liberec to Szklarska Poręba Górna operated by ČD were introduced on 12 December 2015. Note connections at Szklarska Poręba Górna are NOT maintained.
(Trutnov -) Kralovec ČD - Lubawka PKP (- Sedzislaw)
[D] From 2 September 2019 the service pattern was changed to one daily pair from Trutnov - Sedzislaw, with from 15 December 2019 an additional 6 pairs from Sedzislaw to Kralovec with no ČD connections.
Passenger services restarted on this route on 5 July 2008, running on Summer Saturdays and Sundays between Trutnov, Lubawka and Jelenia Góra operated initially by VIAMONT using PKP DMUs. It was withdrawn suddenly in October 2008 as the Polish Regional Authority who subsidised the purchase of the DMUs objected to them operating services into the Czech Republic but this was resolved, services resumed and operated at weekends each Summer, usually with four pairs until September 2019. As at 2019 the service is operated jointly by Koleje Dolnośląskie and Czech Company GW Train Regio using a GW Train Regio DMU.
Meziměstí ČD - Mieroszów PKP
[D] PKP works to Meziměsti. The cross border passenger service was withdrawn on 13 December 2003, reinstated on 5 January 2004 and withdrawn again on 31 March 2004. Freight traffic reduced to the point that from 6 April 2013 this line was available only on Tuesdays between 07.00 and 15.00. However, between 1 September and 12 December 2015, the line was open continuously because the two alternative border crossings at Lichkov ČD and Zawidow PKP were both closed for repairs. A seasonal service resumed on 3 April 2018 operated by Polish local operator Koleje Dolnośląskie (KD), with Czech private operator GW Train Regio responsible for operation in the Czech Republic, and continue in 2019.
Lichkov ČD - Miedzylesie PKP
[E] Following completion of electrification, PKP worked through Praha - Wroclaw express services to Letohrad but by 2016 this had reduced to PKP PR all station local EMU services to stations short of Praha. The 2019 timetable sees two pair of through cross border services and two starting at Miedzylesie.
Mikulovice ČD - Głuchołazy PKP
[D] ČD Table 292 trains on the Mikulovice - Jindřichov ve Slezsku route (this item and the next) reverse and call at Głuchołazy station in Poland. Some maps, including the ČD and PKP Quail Maps, show a curve avoiding Głuchołazy but this has never existed. This line has no useful purpose for PKP, which therefore wishes either to sell the line to ČD or to transfer maintenance responsibility. A risk exists that the line may close with cross-border ČD services either provided by bus or withdrawn completely.
Jindřichov ve Slezsku ČD - Głuchołazy PKP
[D] see preceding item.
Krnov ČD - Pietrowice PKP (- Głubczyce)
Line closed and lifted after World War II.
Chuchelná ČD - Krzanowice PKP
Line closed and lifted after World War II.
Bohumín/Bohumín-Vrbice ČD - Chałupki PKP
[E] PKP works to Bohumín and Ostrava. The service was withdrawn on 13 December 2003, reinstated on 11 December 2005 and withdrawn again on 15 December 2013. PKP scheduled services were to be reinstated from 13 December 2015, with 3 EC's each way between Warszawa and Praha, 2 reversing at Bohumin, and one pair between Warszawa and Ostrava via the Bohumin avoiding curve plus 4 PKP local pairs extended to Bohumin but all were delayed to 18 January 2016 as works were not complete between Chalupki and Rybnik in Poland.
Petrovice u Karviné ČD - Zebrzydowice PKP
[E] PKP work express services to Bohumin. Freight exchanges locomotives at Zebrzydowice.
Český Těšín ČD - Cieszyn PKP
[E] The passenger service, worked by PKP, was withdrawn from the start of the 2009/2010 timetable. However, a service is reinstated using ČD diesel units from 13 December 2015.