TU6A-2917 narrow gauge locomotive goes to the peat fields. Solotcha peat extraction factory railway.
ChME3 diesel locomotive with suburban train from Vladimir to Tuma goes through the winter Meshchera Forest. Meshchera is a plain of roughly triangular shape bounded by rivers Oka from the South, M... (more)
M62 diesel locomotive with suburban train from Kuznechnoye to Sortavala near Huhuyamyaki station, Lakhdenpokhya town. Republic of Karelia. On the foreground you can see the Russian car VAZ-2114 (L... (more)
ChME3-5480 makes shunting operations at Gus-Hrustalny station. Gus-Khrustalny is a town in Vladimir Oblast was founded in 1756 with the construction of a crystal plant, Gus Crystal. It was granted... (more)
TU6D narrow gauge locomotive goes from peat fields of Mezinovsky narrow gauge railway in Vladimir region.
The oldest Steam in Russia. The oldest Steam in Russia. This locomotive "Ь.2012" was built in 1897 at the Kolomna plant. That steam engine is the oldest working locomotive o... (more)
Steam on sectional view. Er766-24 (0-5-0 / 0-10-0) steam locomotive had been installed in the museum of the locomotive depot "Podmoscownaya" in Moscow. In that museum had been dec... (more)
The class LV locomotive was designed as a successor to the class L 2-10-0, which had been a successful design developed during World War II. However, by the late 1940s some drawbacks to the design... (more)
"KTM-5" streetcar works with device for snow removal on the streets of Zlatoust city.
TU6A-2917 narrow gauge locomotive on the peat loading. Solotcha peat extraction factory.
2TE116 diesel locomotive with freight train with oversized cargo at the north of Tver region...
TEM2 diesel locomotive with freight train goes through the snow-covered forest near Peresvet town at the north of Moscow region. TEM2 is a Soviet-built version of the ALCO RSD-1 model.
Snowplow "SDPM" struggles with the consequences of heavy snowfall in Moscow region. A record snowfall hit the Russian capital on Sunday 4 February, blanketing the city with 43 centimeters (17 inch... (more)