Gdansk Railway Station in the 1960s

Gdańsk Główny - railway station in the 1960s

Although this picture looks very church-like, it is actually the main railway station in Gdansk, Poland. The photo shows the building at a time when there was obvious reconstruction going on in the surrounding area, and if you compare this photo to the modern day google street view photo, although the railway station is the same, the area around it has changed considerably.

I don’t know the precise date this photo was taken, but I’d guess, by the style of the cars parked along the road, that it is probably the 1960s.

This photo was originally a challenge which was won by Bruce, see the comments below.

Photo categories : Public Building|Train|TramDate Picture Taken: Unknown
Gdańsk Główny - railway station in the 1960s

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