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36 Russian Train With Wheels

Russian Train With Wheels

Posted on January 12, 2007 by


russian train

This is a regular Russian train. The guy tries to catch it up with his hand. Ok, he might succeed.

And these are trains on wheels:

russian train with wheels

This one you can catch on the railroad and then it’ll take you not only to the train station nearest to your house, but to your house itself.

On the green one clearly can be seen a car plate, according to the code on this plate, the train is registred at Moscow region and can move by the regular roads.

submitted by Bishop Brennan

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36 Responses to “Russian Train With Wheels”

  1. Acts_of_Atrocity says:

    This should go to streetracing entry back there.

    A bus with 2000 horsepower, haha.

  2. jozhix says:

    are these trains made by RVR? Rigas Vagonu Rupnica, in Latvia

  3. renton says:

    This guy is not trying to catch up the train. He is showing his frend, inside the train, “call me” (look at the small finger)

    However once I managed to catch a train that way, but it was in Hungary ;)
    In post soviet Europe everything is still possible!

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  5. Bishop Brennan says:

    I submitted this picture, I found it from another forum, but it had no details no it at all.

  6. Bishop Brennan says:

    on*

  7. Roger the Duck says:

    Looks the third tyre (and axle?) from the front has reality issues.

  8. Texas1 says:

    Ya right! Call me. Now that’s funny. I guess that would be a bumpy ride on wheels.

  9. Shep says:

    Russians build things big. The biggest, usually.

  10. Texas1 says:

    Hey Shep,

    I thought that everything was bigger in Texas. :)

  11. Jim says:

    That’s really funny! I can see some of my friends building something like that just for fun, but it’s got to be difficult and expensive. Is something like that even useful for anything?

  12. Texas1 says:

    zoidberg,

    That looks awful. Where were those photos taken? Are some of those people drug addicts or are they just starving and greatly needing medical attention?

  13. Texas1 says:

    Do some of those people have aids?

  14. Texas1 says:

    Moderator, please comment in English about these horrifying pictures.

    http://unlim.kiev.ua/news/1547/

  15. Nebu99 says:

    These are obviously drug addicts from the Ukraine. Of course they exist everywhere in the world, but minors like on some of those horrifying pictures are rare.

    In modern Russia you can meet many street children if you know where to look, especially in winter when they try to spend the night in some warm place (such as near the exit of an hot air vent). In Moscow there used to be a lot of streetchildren till about 2002. At that time Putin decided to act and suddenly all street children vanished. Most of them were simply brought outside Moscow, dumbed there and told not to return. Others were sent to orphanages all over the country from which they run away, which is understandable considering the 19th century standards in Russian orphanages.

    It is a terrible thing that a society lets their young generation rot away in total carelessness. Especially in Russia, there are very few volunteers or NGO’s who care about the fate of these children. Similarly, noone talks (or cares) about topics like HIV/AIDS, youth prostitution or drug abuse. And neither government nor the population acts in cold, ruthless and careless ‘mother’ Russia.

    And that’s a shame on Russia and all of the Russians.

  16. Steve says:

    And you wonder why the roads are so bad. That thing would destroy even American streets.

    The people in the photos look like heroin addicts to me. The big leg vein that goes down through the groin is the last to go. That leg wound looks seriously bad; some of these people are almost certainly dead now.

  17. Acts_of_Atrocity says:

    I cant see the connection between wheeled train and junkies, I wish alien lobster would tell me.
    This is anti-drug propaganda, and those people are addicted to drugs, mainly heroin.

    The title says “Drug addicts: illusive happiness.”

  18. Bishop Brennan says:

    That site is horrific.

    Although as Acts_of_Atrocity said, I don’t see what that has to do with the truck/train hybrid.

  19. Texas1 says:

    I don’t know what it has to do with trains either. It was posted in #9.

  20. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    Nebu99, you are a typical american/europian miserable liar! Yes, streetchildren disappeared at 2002. At present time you will not meet them in the street. It is not because Putin send them in the forest or outside of towns like you’ve wrote. It is because these children were sent to orphanages and financing of orphanages has rised.

  21. Shep says:

    Texas1, yep, things in America are bigger in Texas, for sure. A guy from Kentucky said to a Texan, “I’m sick of you Texans always bragging about how big everything is down there. In Kentucky we have Ft. Knox, where there’s enough gold to build a wall four feet high around the entire state of Texas.”
    The Texan said, “You build it, partner, and if I like it, I’ll buy it.”

  22. Huh says:

    > Nebu99, you are a typical american/europian miserable liar! Yes, streetchildren disappeared at 2002. At present time you will not meet them in the street. It is not because Putin send them in the forest or outside of towns like you’ve wrote. It is because these children were sent to orphanages and financing of orphanages has rised.

    People like you remind me why Russia, as a nation, deserves what it gets.

  23. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    Huh, you are out of reality. You are living in a dreamworld, that’s why you’ll fall soon.

  24. Acts_of_Atrocity says:

    What.

  25. Nebu99 says:

    @Finish alcoholics,

    If you are Russian, you have obviously never had a look outside Moscow. And if you have been outside Moscow, you are just naive and refuse to see the obvious, a thing common to many Russians.

    You know just as well as me that streetchildren are everywhere in Russia, and you only have to go as far from Moscow as Alexandrov. Look around railway or busstations at about 22:00, and open your eyes.

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  27. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    You know just as well as me that streetchildren are everywhere in Russia, and you only have to go as far from Moscow as Alexandrov. Look around railway or busstations at about 22:00, and open your eyes

    I live outside of Moscow, 500 km to the north from Moscow in a small ciry with population around 300 thousands. In my town streetchildren dessapeared at 2002 also. And the were not sent in the forest, like you wrote! They were sent to orphanages. Putin’s program work well. The finansing of orphanges has rised much.

  28. Nebu99 says:

    @Finnish Alcoholics,

    Ok, so you live in Vologodsakaya oblast, probably in Vologda or Cherepovets, right? In that case, if you are really interested in learning about the problem of street children in your region, i know an organization that specializes in exactly this problem in your region. It’s called ‘comfort foundation’ and has offices in both Vologda and Cherepovets. When i worked with the EU commission’s representation to Russia some years ago, we had quite positive contacts with this non-profit foundation.

    43, Sovietskaya Prospekt
    Vologda, Russia.
    Tel. +7 – 817 – 767 363

    I hope you have an open find, Finnish alcoholic, and contact them so you may open your eyes to the very real problems that exist in your city as well. Good luck.

  29. Nebu99 says:

    (i meant open mind instead of open find, of course)…

  30. Bert says:

    …but how do you steer this train?

  31. Bishop Brennan says:

    With a steering wheel of course ;)

  32. Lasso Tool says:

    This looks like that “land train” from the Speed Racer

  33. gurtek singh says:

    anything can happen in Rrussia…………..
    :)

  34. russian dvd says:

    that’s funny i love russia

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