22 Traveling in Winter

Traveling in Winter

Posted on January 5, 2010 by team


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Employer of some Ukrainian company went on a business not so long ago. He said that it was better in Kiev hundred times than on a train from Kiev to Lugansk. Why? That’s why! And the train runs for 18 consequent hours…


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22 Responses to “Traveling in Winter”

  1. Ones says:

    Lol…
    Snowy journey…..

  2. perristalsis says:

    So they got a freezer seat to keep the drinks cold, whats the problem? The railway threw it in for free, ya just can’t make some people happy no matter how hard you try.

  3. eger_666 says:

    Yakov Smienoff joke are old… _very_ old…

  4. Kilroy Was Here says:

    Sad…

  5. polak says:

    nice girl on photo…

  6. Ximlania says:

    How poor they are! ! ! ! ! ! !go back to CCCP and “enjoy” ! ! ! ! !

  7. K says:

    I don’t get it… is the window broken? How does the snow come in?

  8. Arik says:

    I remember traveling during a very cold February in a rail car in European part of Russia without heating with similar results. I was unable to detach my fur coat sleeve from the car’s window because it stuck to this window. One day in January 1979 the inside wall of our apartment unit was covered with snow.

  9. Darya says:

    AWW! haha i went on a train ride like that to Herson
    its wicked though! no one can sue and all u can do is tough it out. i love this country <3

  10. Old Timer says:

    I just came to see more pics of the girl, but unfortunately there weren´t any, apart from the first one.

  11. Priapus says:

    In USA we make our trains very comfortable with air con.

  12. t_raven says:

    I was recently traveling by train in Russia (nearly a week ago), while it was -30 C outside, it was like +30-35 inside, we had to ask to decrease power of heaters.

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