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    We arrives to Oparino:


    Fire train:


    Home-made hopper:


    Passenger platform:


    Flatcar with container for food to Chursya from our train:


    Interior of passenger car from our train:


    TU6A leves to locomotive depot:


    Boxcars:


    I do not know how to correctly identify this car in English, in literally translate this car called "grappled car", information about this car on russian language: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%92...86%D0%B5%D0%BF


    Snowplough:

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    Boxcar and tanker, inscription on thr tanker "дизтопливо" - diesel fuel.


    Tanker and homemade tanker:


    Old hydraulic column, that survived from the time of steam locomotives:


    Locomotive depot:


    Old crane:


    Flatcar with plankings (behind the more modern crane: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A3...80.D0.B5.D1.8F)


    Wagon's axles:


    Rust passenger car Pafawag:


    Here are last photos from 2011 year. Not my photos of this railway: http://narrow.parovoz.com/newgallery...=RU&NO_ICONS=0 Locomotive TU6D-0377, that lead our train: http://narrow.parovoz.com/newgallery...=133802&LNG=RU Dispatcher of railway: http://narrow.parovoz.com/newgallery...=133707&LNG=RU
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    A few days ago I was in Oparino and and after having made their case, I decided to walk to the narrow-gauge railway.

    Broad gauge track, forest cranes and narrow-gauge passenger car, used as a guard hut:


    Narrow-gauge track - look at the sleepers! Someone might say that Russia - a poor and backward country, but this picture is also possible to say that the Russians can solve any problem on their own!


    Rust narrow-gauge flatcar:


    I do not have time to get to the depot, because soon I had to come to the commuter train to Vazyuk.
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    Bezbozhnik's narrow-gauge railway. Unlike Oparino's railway, this railway is working intensively, even in 1990's, in a very difficult time for Russia, this railway was actively working. I was on this railway in summer 2012, I came just a few hours (ranging between commuter trains), I sign only at the main station and did not go anywhere.

    Passing loop in the center of urban-type settlement Bezbozhnik - hence passenger trains transported residents to the main station, start ofthis railway:


    I go to main station:


    Work train, that rides to start of railway:


    Fire train:


    Forest train:

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    Main station of railway, many unused or rarely used cars:


    Bonus - Building of Bezbozhnik station (broad gauge):

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    Continuation.


    Inside the snowplough:


    Bonus - one of Bezbozhnik's shops:

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    Flatcars with parts of temporary houses for loggers:

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    Locomotive depot. In addition to the serviceable locomotives, but a lot of locomotives that are being repaired, and some locos scrapped or
    dismantle for spare parts.

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    Locos TU7A:


    Passenger railcar TU6P, him body may unfold over the frame:


    Railcar ESU2a:


    Locos TU4:


    TU4-2145:




    TU4, TU6D, TU6A

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    Broad gauge tracks of Bezbozhnik's sawnmill:


    And commuter train Kirov-Luza, which was taken away me back to Vazyuk:

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