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Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, has expressed his condolences to the victims of Tuesday's train crash in southern Greece.
Used by over 300 dignitaries since the outbreak of the war, among them Boris Johnson, Angelina Jolie, Emanuel Macron, Bono and Justin Trudeau, the ‘secret’ diplomatic train was renovated in 2005 by PESA Bydgoszcz following a design authored by a team from the Gdańsk Academy of Fine Arts.
PKP Intercity, Poland's leading passenger railway service, carried a record number of passengers by mid-November this year, the company has reported.
Capable of reaching speeds of 200 km/hr and following an innovative new design, the stylish wagons, will feature atmospheric, ambient lighting, and increase comfort to previously unseen levels.
VIDEO: Originally discovered in 2015 decaying in the eastern village of Małaszewicze, the carriages have since undergone a stunning renovation and are set to go back into service in 2025 with the launch of the new Orient Express train.
Making a visual impact with its smart wood finishes, restored ceramic agas, and jaunty green-trimmed windows, the station in the village of Zajezierze is being hailed as more than simply an aesthetic triumph.
Railway company PKP Intercity carried a record number of passengers in the first six months of this year, the company has reported.
The 500 sq/m office in Wrocław has earned plaudits for capturing the spirit of the city whilst simultaneously breaking down concepts of hierarchy to instead place an emphasis on teamwork, creativity and the open exchange of ideas.
Setting off on his odyssey at 9.37am on Tuesday morning at the train station in Będzin, Piotr Goszczyński finished 24hours later with five minutes to spare in Katowice having travelled a staggering 740.8 kilometres.