News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

Do you think it would be romantic travelling around post-Soviet countries by train? Maybe you will reconsider your opinion after checking out the photos below.

This one was taken on the train running from Kiev to Lviv. Winter, 2012.

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

Saint Petersburg – Murmansk. Winter, 2012.

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

Nizhny Novgorod – Moscow.

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

This Audi R8 was photographed in Nizhny Novgorod. Is it actually possible to forget about this car?

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

Apparently, the owner of this Maserati Quattroporte forgot where she’d parked it.

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

It looks like removing dangerous snow and icicles from the roofs of the city seems more expensive for its administration than someone’s life…

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

So, parking is a problem is Saratov. Look how they punish those parking their cars in the wrong place.

News From Russian Roads, Part 52

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12 thoughts on “News From Russian Roads, Part 52”

  1. To all those English Russia fans, just a quick note: Google Streetview is now available for Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Kazan Kremlin/Bauman Street in Kazan.

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  2. “So, parking is a problem is Saratov. Look how they punish those parking their cars in the wrong place.”

    I’m glad I live in a country with law and order and not like a modern wild west.

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    • Mercal, have you ever been to Russia and/or the Middle East? Your statement is pure generalizing BS. You would be amazed if you’d see some of these countries.

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  3. “Do you think it would be romantic travelling around post-Soviet countries by train? Maybe you will reconsider your opinion after checking out the photos below.

    This one was taken on the train running from Kiev to Lviv. Winter, 2012.”

    —If I had a traveling companion like the lovely lady in photo #2 on that trip I would not mind the cold or bad weather ONE BIT.

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