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Railroad
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The railway between stations "Jugny vokzal" and "Novoselovka". View  from "Karpovsky" garden. Tracks to the left - to station "Jugny vokzal". On the right - to "Novoselovka" station

Copyright: Taras kushnirenko
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Uploaded: 11/01/2011
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