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August 15, 1951
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ff1 LL0f : CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION RE-PORT COUNTRY Poland/U.S.S.R. SUBJECT Toati.on on Railroad Installations and in I3erestov':tce and. Brest Litovsk PLACE AC LI l R'ED DATE CF INFO. 25X1 REFS in Poland. REPORT NO. CD NO. DATE DISTR. 15 August 1951 NO. OF PAGES 2 SIPPLEMENT `IO REPORT NO. 25X1D0 NOT CIRCULATE 7n sc. #aC ;aCs:2? COt2YA$.!S IMSOt7at~ WT3 ?e^ PXfl i6 rfl rall?:to+:aL nzrE$s OF -102 YE'M51 Siaf3.`, WIT "112 Tar mR{1'.'fida OF 707, EGA 4R bC? 5o O. S. S! !1 O 32. no p.natOZII. rto zC 3zE~i,FSifC?GIO Oid Tn6 o4C'1 AtIOfi or !YS CO Y MYa In ASw =11171 O YO AN UMAUTtSeMYS0 PC:PO'F311 SS PRO' WPOW El &AW. +ok'~L?.6O53CT1 O -1 33 FOCI! DB PMUM T?&a. 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION 25X1 a. The Crean personnel was strictly controlled by the 14VD In Malkinia (R53#610. (1.) b. At the Berestovice railroad station In the U.S.S.R. the transfer of goods from standard to Soviet sgazage cars Is -r`erformed. by means of tilting devices. (2) a. Only a single track was in operation on the Culto ay.-l ek .a (P53/rX 56) section because maintenance 'work Was being done on the road bed. Several minor temporary bridges were being replaced by permanent structures. (3) b, The custons and border control in Teresnol had been tightened and, Gerr ra railroad personnel could not leave the train. (1) c. Five coal din srs with an estimated total of 150,1000 tons were noticed tweer, the Central acid North Railroad Stations in Brest Litov& . (4) Large warehouses more under construction along this line. (5) d. The electrification of the Warsaw Blonie railrcad line is con pleted. Accord- ini to Polish railroad workers the electrification of the line is to be extended as far as Sochameta-Kutno. (6) s. iTear Reppen, a tent camp of the Polish State Youth was seen. Because of m a i n t e n a n c e work on the road bed, s e :d on the Konin.-Patrzykcw line was limited to 15 'an/h, and that on the Kbtno-Zychlin line to 25 Ice: /h. (7) 25X1 CL SSIFICATION DISTRIBUTION F~ Declassified Class. Changed To: T5 S WK.- HR 70.2 Approved For Release 2003/08/15: CIA-RDP82-09 4W1fRWE6 Approved. For Release 200 0. E$1 DP82-00W7R1082007 610-6 LASSkRCATION Approved For Release 2003/08/15 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008200710010-6 CENTRAL ITITELLIGENCE AGENCY 25X1 25X1 The bridge across the Bug River near Brost Litovsk has been built with military bridge equipment. It carries one track, is about 120 aeters long, 4 meters wide and 10 meters above the water level. (S) 4. 25X1 25X1 25X1 Soviet soldiers wore checking the railroad telephone line between Wrzesnis, and Koni.n ( 9) Construction activity in the Brent Litovsk railroad station area has been intenaifiod. A Soviet railroad engineer unit of about 200 men, who arrived daily from. the direction of Brest Litovsk-Worth, were engaged in track-laying work north of the sidings used by westbound trains. Another detail of Soviet railroad engineers, also of about 200 men, were working south of the coal trensload ing tracks. (5) (1) This statement is believed to refer to a Polish control point. The Cle an railroad personnel is subject to a passport and ausix ns inspection at Polish and Soviet borders. () Thin Soviet railroad station on the Bialystok-Baran ize railroad line is a border erosaing point. (3) Thin railroad line section east of Posen is 6 li long. (4) This statement seers to refer to coal awaiting. shipment to the U.S.S.R. The stocks are so high that it is believed improbable that they shoiCl.d need for railroad operations. 25X1 (5) It seems that the Bra t Litovsk transloading points are being enlarged. (6) The completion of the electrification of this line was announced in the Polish press in early April 1951. The project seems to be included in the framework of the Six-Year Plan. (7) It is believed that this refers to an exchange of rails and ties or, the double-track railroad line. 25X1(8) (9) 'This s ,a even s believed to refer to activities of Soviet signal troops employed for maintenance work on Soviet telephone lines connecting the U.S.S.R. with the Soviet Zone of Germany. 25X1 Approved For Release 2003/08/15 : CIA-RDP82-00457R008200710010-6