Strzała Bałtyku (English: Baltic Arrow) was an express train of the Polish State Railroads, which in the interbellum period travelled from Warsaw, via Laskowice Pomorskie, to Hel, crossing the distance within 6 hours and 50 minutes.
After the war, the train continued service on a changed, shorter route, going in the early 1960s from Warsaw to Gdynia in 4 hours and 18 minutes. The 1960s train, which used steam engines, was faster than contemporary InterCity Express Kaszub, which takes 4 hours and 26 minutes.
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