Combat bunker „Wędrowiec” - commander - captain Tadeusz Semik, deputy – sergeant Stanisław Raczyński, 3 non-commisioned officers and privates, in total – 20 soldiers. Heavy, concrete combat bunker „D” type, armaments – 1 anti-tank gun, calibre 37 mm, 3 machine guns „Browning”, calibre 7,92mm – two of them in the rifle ranges, one at the top of the bunker. Armored combat-observation dome has not been installed, only sandbags on the roof of the bunker were arranged. „Wędrowiec” has two emergency escapes, two rocket launchers, grenade dumps and optical signalic device. Ventilation device, generator and reflectors was not built up. Bunker built in the period July-August 1939 took an active part in the battles 2-3 September 1939. September 3th „Wędrowiec” was trying to prevent attack of German troops from South. The capitulation took place around 5 p.m., after the amunition runned out. 5 soldiers died – shooters Jan Fliś, Jan Kulpa and sergeant Stanisław Raczyński during the battle at the top of the bunker, shooter Michalski next to the anti-tank gun and shooter Tlałka, who was killed after capitulation. Today „Wędrowiec” houses The Museum and Memorial Chamber.