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Freight Trains Began to Run On the Russian Railway Built Around Ukraine On Regular Basis
29.09.2017 00:07
Freight Trains Began to Run On the Russian Railway Built Around Ukraine On Regular Basis
(Source: http://1ul.ru/city_online/obshchestvo/news)

 Freight trains began to run on the Russian railway built around Ukraine on regular basis.

      “Russian Railways “JSC” continues the test operation of the new railway line Zhuravka - Millerovo in Voronezh and Rostov regions. The company has arranged regular traffic of freight trains here” - the message notes. The first freight trains have transported grain, iron ore and construction materials. Russian Railways stressed the fact that the test operation will help to check the readiness of the infrastructure, operation of traffic control systems, as well as prepare engine crews for work. It is indicated that the company will additionally inform the public about the launch date of the line of passenger trains.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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