“Goodbye, Diesel Train”: This Brutal Soviet Bad Boy Has Been Destroyed In Estonia – Design You Trust

“Goodbye, Diesel Train”: This Brutal Soviet Bad Boy Has Been Destroyed In Estonia

Couple days ago near Tallinn, Estonia, Soviet train has been destroyed. A survived old Russian loco called “DR1A-2283″ (just like droids in Star Wars) found its last grave in Estonia and we have photos how it was. It was pretty nice design, might be used in a museum, but they scrapped it for the metal.

Just imagine many people that were traveling on it. Happy children, summer brakes, trains were sort of very vital in the Soviet vast terrains. Now being scrapped for money, capitalism has no regrets.

h/t: englishrussia

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