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Wrocław's main train station (Dworzec Głowny, B-6) is presently undergoing major renovation works on the entire building, including the area surrounding the train station. Works are not scheduled to be complete until 2012.
To deal with this, the city has essentially shut off access to 90% of the station complex and set up a temporary station building (Dworzec Tymczasowy), and Sucha 10/12 (B-6), on the eastern side of the main station complex. In this temporary building there are 18 ticket windows and ticket machines, and you‘ll find information kiosks, ATM machines, an accessible toilet and food and drink facilities. Luggage storage is also available here. As a large station complex has been condensed into a much smaller one, passengers need to allow themselves extra time to deal with extended queues and general confusion.