11 Russian Death Train

Russian Death Train

Posted on December 5, 2013 by team

Right now we are going to get inside a railway car, not an ordinary one, but belonging to the combat railway missile complex.

Compartment of the train and a corded phone inside.

In the period from 1987 to 1994 there were twelve units of such trains, each had three disguised missile launchers but they looked like ordinary cars, even specialists often did not notice anything special about them.


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11 Responses to “Russian Death Train”

  1. tony says:

    This is straight out of the Doktor Strangelove’s laboratory. Russians really learned to love the bomb.

  2. javox says:

    what an incredible post…i loved it, ive always thought about this kind of weapon but i guess couldnt be true…very nice and incredible tegnology, now i understand why the regimen collapsed….all the effort and supplies puttin in all thouse war machinaries….amazin…

  3. Bill says:

    Thank God these were never used.

  4. Mato says:

    Such a train is located in Railway museum in St. Petersburg ;)

  5. Jakub says:

    I honestly think, that in the days of UAV and satellite such a thing as a nuclear train is redundant…

  6. Jean says:

    No rocket is big enough to keep your enemys at bay.

  7. SuperShibe says:

    Such train! Much atom! So missile! Wow!

  8. Mike says:

    A black guy btw is then senator Barack Obama.

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