More on Soviet Trains

Of course not all trains in the ex-Soviet Union are like previously described. The one from Minsk to Vilnius was a two-carriage effort that looked for all the world like something you’d find plying regional railways in the UK. Except much nicer, obviously (mmm London Midland, mmm East Midlands Trains…). …

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Soviet Trains

It’s a slightly different experience, travelling by train in and around the former USSR, as compared with travelling in the UK. For a start, the trains tend to be a bit longer. Not much longer in the case of the train I went from Bucharest to Chisinau on, but for …

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