The only i proud of soviets
I used to put rocks on the rails before the train passed. The train shaked so hard it was fun.
One time I put rocks along the rails for like 2 metres. The bump was so strong the train almost jumped. The people inside were desperate while I was laughing.
Yep, that's good one. The main reason is Soviet policy of UZ. You can't find a employee younger than 30,and ceo don't care about digital age things. I think it's change soon.
Pic related is gypsy tier train of Lviv railway director.
here's image to show that you had your chance to into western, and how much you're behind, it's 2016 you know
Is it modernised old train or a new one?
I'm posting last new shiny loco and then some older trains
I didn't know. I thought it based on some of western locomotive, but it drives on our wide track line (LHS) so it's logical.
If you see that autistic face, you are sure you're in Poland. Thist train had the longest production period in the world for electric multiple units 1961–1993
>you;ve come to the wrong neighbourhood motherfucker
I have to wonder how American trains would've continued to evolve had the """""free market""""" not """""solved""""" the issue in the 1950s.
Maybe they would still look nice ;-;
Bastards keep selling stuff to private companies.
From what year is this train? These wooden seats looks retro, are they hooligan proof? Our had propably from the beginning very strong plasitc seats and long fluorescent ceiling lamps.
Are the old trains worried because ussr collapsed?
>They see me rollin, they hatin'
> From what year is this train?
> are they hooligan proof?
No,it's just fully original.
But it had a few issues and was sent back.
I never planned to leave for long time on the first place. Feels bad, man.