Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

A German tourist, also a photographer has came to Soviet Union in year 1965 as a traveler. He at first stayed in Moscow and then decided to take a most long road across the Russia – the Trans Siberia railroad from Moscow city to Vladivostok (on Pacific Ocean shore near Japan). These are a few of his photographs:

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

“Moscow – Vladivostok”. Near his train car.

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

The train locomotive

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Train conductor

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Inside of his train car room

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

There are four beds – two above two below. Women and men not related to each other were often traveling together there were no limits on that

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

A restaurant train waiter

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Inside a restaurant car

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Prices for the food in the restaurant car – also in English. The prices are in roubles – at the moment official exchange rate was around one ruble to one dollar so you can get an idea. Pork cutlets – $1.21, Ukrainian Borsch 29 cents, shashlik $1.12 etc

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

People having a meal

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

People on the train station

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Khabarovsk city – already on Pacific ocean.

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Cinema ads

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

People urban graffiti

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

“Galanteria” shop

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

At the Baikal lake

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Listvyanka village at the Baikal lake.

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

Photos of the Foreigner Traveling Thru Trans Siberia Railway in 1965

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  1. In the Soviet era, products that women like were pegged at a very low priority if at all. Lipstick and makeup were in short supply and most of it was imported, to be sold in special shops.

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