At Gdynia, I found the station I'd last visited the previous summer fully reopened after its comprehensive remont. The post-war architecture has been sensitively restored to something approximating its original state, though with contemporary white-on-blue signage and raised floor guide-markings for the visually impaired.
|Arrival at Gdynia Główna, just before six am. My night train is on the left.|
|One of the five restored mosaics; this one depicts the coastal economy.|
|Waiting room and ticket hall|
|Mosaic with the winged wheel symbol of PKP, Pegasus, and the Zodiac.|
|The station frontage: façade as seen from Gdynia's Pl. Konstytucji.|