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A Train Celebrating the Russian Railways Serves the Metro Passengers
2.08.2012 13:03
A Train Celebrating the Russian Railways Serves the Metro Passengers

A red-and-white train celebrating the 175th anniversary of the Russian Railways began its operations on the Circle Line on the Moscow Underground.

      The train started journeying on August 1 when it connected Vystavochnaya and Mezhdunarodnaya stations of the Filyovskaya Line. From then one it will be the Circle Line passengers who take the pleasure of riding yet another "branded" carriage on the Moscow Underground.  The red-and-white exterior corresponds to the brand colours of the Russian Railways, while inside the carriage the walls are adorned with photographs and posters trailing the history of the Russian railway service. 

      This is the second train celebrating the Russian Railways: the Red Arrow on Sokolnicheskaya Line commemorates the eponymous train that used to take people to St. Petersburg before the Sapsan. 

      Read about other branded trains on the Moscow Underground; together they celebrate art and Russian history. 



Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian transport Moscow metro Russian Railways   

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