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In the 20-hectare park, exhibits representing the oil and gas production, as well as the refinery and distribution sectors, have been put on display.
 

Of the historical objects illustrating the origins of the Polish petroleum industry, the following are worth special mention:
· Obelisk commemorating the Bóbrka oil plant establishment, erected by I. Łukasiewicz in 1854.

· Two operative hand-sunk oil wells, called Franek and Janina, as well as a number  of remnants of similar facilities dating from 1854 -1880.

· Eight wooden buildings from the 19th century, former workshops, smithies, boilers, pumping gears, warehouses, office and residential rooms.

· Operative wells from the 1890s.

· Transmission systems to power oil well pumps, ancient oil pipelines and oil storage facilities.
· Three rotary drilling rigs rated for deep depths drilling (1000 - 5000 meters).

· Seven mobile cable-tool drilling rigs rated for moderated depths (800 m).

· Several types of steel and wooden oil – well pumps for drive deep – well pumps.

· Three tool racks with any kind of tools and instruments used in the drilling of wells and in the oil production.

· Rare types of pumps, gas compressors, engines and steam boilers.

· Various types of winches to perform workover operations.

Obelisk upamiętniający Kopanka Franek Kopanka Janina Warsztat kopalniany
       
 
Tzw. Dom Łukasiewicza Kuźnia kopalniana Wiertnica ręczna  

A number of exhibits have been reconstructed according to the original documentation, including:
· Model of an old hand-sunk oil well.

· Hand-operated cable tool drilling rig.

· Canadian type drilling rig, powered by the steam engine (loco­mobila).

· Cable tool drilling rig - model Bitków.

· Polish-Canadian type of drilling rig rated for deep depths drilling. The interior of the rig has been converted to accommodate conferences, meetings or social events.

In the building erected by Ignacy Łukasiewicz, situated at the centre of the museum grounds, there are seven exhibition rooms:
· Mementoes of Ignacy Łukasiewicz.


 

 
Kotłownia i kierat Kierat Wiertnica typu Bitków Wieża wiertnicza
       
 
Kanadyjka Lokomobila Pawilon wystawowy  
 

The Museum archives preserve documents such as books, journals, maps, photo albums, share certificates, technical documents and drawings. There are also photocopies of rare documents, dating back to the lifetime of I. Łukasiewicz as well as other pioneers of petroleum industry.

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