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Moscow-Kazan Deluxe Double-decker Train
1.05.2015 00:01
Moscow-Kazan Deluxe Double-decker Train
(Source: http://m.newsru.com/arch)

“Federal Passenger Company” JSC (a subsidiary of “Russian Railways” OJSC) launches a new deluxe double-decker train No. 23/24 from Moscow to Kazan.

      The train will start to run from Moscow on June 1, from Kazan - on June 2. The sale of travel documents will be open today – on April 24, according to the press service of Russian Railways. The train No. 24/23 will run daily. The time of its departure from Moscow is 11:10 p.m., it will arrive in Kazan on the next day at 10:45 a.m. The train from Kazan will depart at 5:10 p.m. and arrive in Moscow on the next day at 05:38 a.m. Along the route the train will stop at the stations: Murom, Navashino, Sergach, Canash, Urmary, Zeleny Dol. The train includes carriages with two-berth compartments and sleeping carriages, an administrative carriage equipped with a compartment for passengers with disabilities and their caregivers, a restaurant carriage.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kazan     

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