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The Residents of Moscow are Invited to Visit the Double-Decker Train
23.09.2013 10:03
The Residents of Moscow are Invited to Visit the Double-Decker Train

The first double-decker passenger long-distance train will be open for visitors in Moscow.


The train consisting of double-decker coaches will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Kievsky railway station in Moscow. On the platform the guests will be offered free entertainment: an interactive zone “Mint” where the guests will be able to make themselves a coin with the image of a double-decker coach. The photo studio with instant photo printing will also work there.


The event in Moscow will open the series of presentations of the double-decker train for the inhabitants of the regions of Russia which will take place in the largest cities along the route of the train in the nearest future. The double-decker train will run prior to the Olympic Games-2014 on the route Moscow - Adler.


The first travel of the double-decker train will take place on November 1, 2013. 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: double-decker passenger train Sochi 2014    

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