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16 Russian Postal Diribles

Russian Postal Diribles

Russian post using dirigibles? 4

 

Russian post using dirigibles? 5

 

Russian post using dirigibles? 6

 

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16 Responses to “Russian Postal Diribles”

  1. Deep Freeze Video says:

    Do they drop the letter carrier off with the postage or just sling the stuff out the window and hope Russian bear does not eat it?

  2. Rafal says:

    What is the name of this architectural style? It reminds me a great PC game called Syberia.

  3. Monica Broadhole says:

    This is from the game, probably

  4. andrius says:

    looks really cool. most of the design is stolen from the game by the same name — “Syberia”
    http://bp3.blogger.com/_u-np-66TpbI/RvyHYncTc6I/AAAAAAAAABk/syQvQDPhKsQ/s1600-h/23-TrainStation-Syberia.jpg

  5. Kris says:

    Very cool. I hope that they go ahead with it. It would be a great way to do the trans-Siberian route on holiday as well.

  6. Yuris' itch says:

    Very cool looking. Reminds me of the steam-punk style.

  7. Flounder says:

    Not familiar with the game Syberia but it looks rather like the buildings and blimps from the “Golden Compass” film.

  8. john says:

    Hmm, looks like Myst…

  9. Rolle says:

    well, it also looks like the movie “the golden compass”

  10. spectre says:

    nice

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  12. Axl says:

    It’s possible to find those photos in a bigger resolution? Where did you found it?
    Great website, I’m devouring it now :)

  13. Greetings! Can I photographes from your website for my school project?

  14. Papa Karlo says:

    I don’t know about zeppelins, but these days, to deliver a letter from one side of Moscow to another by the Russian post takes at least several days.

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