Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

There are many places in Russia where old Soviet locomotoves rest after their long service. Let’s explore one of such spots.

Locomotives At Rest

The old cars stand in a neat row.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

There are also some new ones.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

The railroad gets regularly cleared of the snow. The engineer does not see the road well so you’d better not stand in front of this locomotive.

Locomotives At Rest

Here are the old ones.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

This is the picture of such locomotive made in 1988.

Locomotives At Rest

Workplace of an engineer and a stoker abounds with different levers everywhere.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

“Injector steam engine” sounds weird.

Locomotives At Rest

Some equipment is dismantled.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Local citizens call the locomotives scrap metal and have no idea why are they still here.

Locomotives At Rest

Maybe these are some Russian strategic stocks?

Locomotives At Rest

In any case it is, of course, a great open-air museum.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

This one was given the grand prize in 1937 in Paris.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Hoarfrost on metal looks very beautiful.

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Locomotives At Rest

Somewhere there are other cars and locomotives, even the local workers don’t know how many.

Locomotives At Rest

Location: Kungur

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6 thoughts on “Locomotives At Rest”

  1. The train in Paris in 1937 is cool. As for the yard . . . how do they keep the kids from playing there? When I was a kid we would have been all over those old trains unless they were in a secure area.

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