The first building constructed at the goods station was the logistics office, situated alongside Okopowa street. “It was designed on a rectangular outline with side avant-corps. Building prism was much fragmented, built of brick, unplastered, covered with pitched roofs made of galvanized sheet metal. One storey main building measuring about 31m x 14m had on its axis a two-storey avant-crops. To the building were adjunct storey side wings, which had about 17m in length and 14m in width. From the north and south, the building was flanked with two-storey annexes. On the right side of the annexe, there is a canopy supported by columns. The columns are placed on a high foundation. The drawing doesn’t explain what function the canopy served. Probably it was a side entrance to the building. Logistics office’s ground floor housed offices and ticket offices, on the first floor were official flats for railway workers. On the east, a track was situated on which the railroad trucks were moved. The architect designing the warehouse used simple means of expression adjusting the building’s appearance to its functions. As a deviation from the functionalist industrial style that this building exemplifies, there are some decorative elements, enriching the architecture, which the architect applied very sparingly, achieving diversification of the wall in elevation by a composition of bricks forming panels and pilaster strips. Annexes panels are crested with serrated frieze, their facade is also decorated with a separated window with an arcade framing (E. Leszczyńska, “Zabudowa Stacji Towarowej Kolei Warszawsko-Wiedeńskiej oraz Tymczasowy Dworzec Główny – rys historyczny”, Warsaw, p. 1).