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Way to South. Part I. Moscow-Tula-Oryol-Kursk-Belgorod-Kharkiv
[2012-08] 

(Ink, watercolour, paper)

From Moscow to Kharkiv on local trains.

Moscow.
Kursky Rail Terminal.

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Tula.
Moskovsky Train Station.

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Florus and Laurus church.

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Tula Kremlin.

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Moskovsky Train Station.

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Local ER2 train to Oryol.

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Oryol.
A tram with a flag put for the town’s anniversary.

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Railwaymen Culture House with a banner for a day of railway workers, and an eagle.
(Oryol means “Eagle” in Russian).

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Oryol train station. ACh2 to Bryansk.

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Local ER2 train to Kursk.

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Kursk.
Train station square.

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Kursk train station. Train to Crimea.

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Local train to Belgorod.

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Belgorod.
Train station.

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Local train to Kharkiv.

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This train is infamous for being a train of choice for smugglers bringing goods to Ukraine.

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Kazachya Lopan border station.

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Kharkiv.
Train station.

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A few days later the train from Belgorod to Kharkiv was cancelled.

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