Near Yekaterinburg, on one of the bases of the Russian Railways, in the open air, rare trains are stored.

The entrance here is closed: the territory is surrounded by a fence and barbed wire.

The entrance to the base for ordinary people is closed.

One of the most advanced Soviet locomotives is the LV series. Produced from 1952 to 1956 on Voroshilovgrad Locomotive Works.

On the right, the locomotive of the L series is the legendary “Lebedyanka”.

One of the old railway cars.

Diesel train D1, which from 1964 to 1988 was produced at the Hungarian factory MAVAG.

Soviet electric locomotive VL (“Vladimir Lenin”) 23.

The diesel locomotive TE3, which was manufactured from 1953 to 1973.

The locomotive of the L series is the legendary “Lebedyanka”.

Diesel train D1, which from 1964 to 1988 was produced at the Hungarian factory MAVAG.

Section of the Soviet electric train of the C-series, converted into a service rolling stock.

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Soviet high-speed train ER200. Until 2009, shuttled on the route Moscow – St. Petersburg.

Source: e1.ru

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