Narrow-gauge railway has been working through 1917-1971. Route began in water tower and it continued to the built in 1923 narrow-gauge railway station and the through Aleja Jana Pawła II it crossed river Krzna and stopped on station Biała Podlaska City, where building was build in 1952. Later rail has gone through Aleja Jana Pawła II and Janowska street to the Roskosz, where it split in three directions: Konstantynów, Janów Podlaski and Cieleśnicy. It was built by Germans during I World War to exploit neighbouring forests. Even after II World War it was still used as the main way of transport in this territory.