Abandoned Abkhazian railway
The Place Where the Abandoned Abkhazian Railway Ends
Abandoned railway and destroyed Ochamchire train station in Abkhazia. Discover the Place Where the Abandoned Abkhazian Railway Ends.
Abandoned Diesel locomotive 2TE121-047. Produced from 1978 to 1992.
Old Locomotives at Lebyazhye Railway Museum, Russia
We prepared 30+ Stunning Photos of old Soviet locomotives and steam trains at Lebyazhye Railway Museum, Russia.
Urbex Russia and Forgotten Narrow-gauge railway near the village of Verkhniy Lomov
Urbex Russia — Forgotten Narrow-gauge railway near the village of Verkhniy Lomov
Photos and History of Forgotten Narrow-gauge railway near the village of Verkhniy Lomov. At first, the length of the railway was short — only 4 kilometers, but with the development of new peat massifs, the paths were extended.
Abandoned Krotovka — Sernye Vody narrow-gauge railway
Abandoned narrow-gauge railway Krotovka — Sernye Vody
Photos of an abandoned Krotovka — Sernye Vody narrow-gauge railway in Russia. Railway reflects the culture and prosperity of the Russia.
Stunning Photos of Train Graveyard at the Sukhumi railway station
Stunning Photos of Train Graveyard at the Sukhumi railway station
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.
Abandoned Mokrinsky Railway Bridge in Chuvashia
Abandoned Railway Bridge in Russia. Photos of abandoned and closed Mokrinsky Bridge in Chuvashia region of Russia. The construction of the bridge began in 1914 and was completed in 1918.
Abandoned Salekhard-Igarka Railway in the Russian Taiga
Breathtaking Photos of Abandoned Salekhard-Igarka Railway in the Russian Arctic
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.