We prepared 30+ Stunning Photos of old Soviet locomotives and steam trains at Lebyazhye Railway Museum, Russia.
We prepared 30+ Stunning Photos of abandoned Tram Depot in Dzerzhinsk, Russia. As for April 2018 — the rails in the Dzerzhinsk tram depot were completely removed, all the remaining service cars and carriage No. 085 were taken off and cut for scrap. A type X carriage remained in the depot.
25 Photos of the Soviet Tram Graveyard in Russia. In the Soviet Union trams were designed to travel shorter distances on public city and urban streets, sharing the road with other vehicles.
Find the perfect aerial view of a Soviet Steam locomotive Graveyard. We prepared 15+ Photos of Aerial views of old abandoned steam trains.
Photos of an abandoned Railbus on the outskirts of Kyiv. Abandoned railbus was produced by the Czechoslovak plant "Skoda".
An old abandoned railroad car near Volgograd train station. From the entire cemetery of trains located between the two factories, only one abandoned railroad car remained.
Creepy Photos of Train Graveyard near Moscow. It is divided by a fence into two railway tracks in front of it, where the old rusty Soviet locomotives and a huge number of almost destroyed train cars are parked.
20+ Stunning Photos of Train Graveyard at the Sukhumi railway station. A huge railway system was built in Abkhazia by Soviet engineers, but it was destroyed after the collapse of the Soviet Union. As a result of the 1992-1993 armed conflict, traffic on the Sukhumi railway station was completely stopped.
Stunning Photos of Abandoned Amtrak Turboliner train. Abandoned Amtrak Turboliner On the side of the road in rural Indiana. Amtrak Turboliners were withdrawn from service in 1981 due to high operating costs. Amtrak Turboliner train and two turbocoaches were moved to Indiana, where they have been sitting since.
Breathtaking images of abandoned Salekhard-Igarka Railway. The history of Stalin's deadly railway In the Russian Arctic. The idea of the construction of the railway with the prospect of further access to the Bering Strait, and the ability to connect to Alaska appeared during the reign of Alexander II.