It's not often I'm taking the Arlanda Express train, as I'm usually traveling by train to Europe. But this time, and actually many times onwards I will be flying for different reasons. Today I'm traveling to Poland.
Complimentary snack and drink onboard the KLM flight
Railway line 131 was built as a freight line, hence it avoids large cities (except Bydgoszcz). The line runs through five provinces and 18 counties. It largely coincides with one of the most important infrastructure investments in the Second Polish Republic - the coal mainline. Line No. 131 was built and opened in fragments in the years 1852–1933. In the years 1965–1974, the line was electrified. It is the longest (493 km) line managed by PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, a mainline, almost entirely double-track, standard-gauge, electrified of national and European importance as part of the CE 65 line. (Wikipedia)