These images were taken in the remote region of Russia, on the road Yakutsk-Magadan which is also called the Kolyma road (Kolyma used to be the place of Gulag location). The road is said to be built on human
bones, it was made by hands of Gulag prisoners. Time has changed but the road still requires sacrifice. Blogger karpukhins has made a winter trip along the road and showed us how the it looks today.
These vehicles powered by hydrogen started to be designed since 1976 based on bus RAF-22034. At idle and low speed they worked on hydrogen, at higher speed some petrol was added and at the maximum speed the vehicle worked
on petrol only. The minibuses helped to save much fuel and were twenty three times less toxic than ordinary gasoline powered buses. Such minibuses were used during the XXII Olympic Games in Moscow in 1980.