The Vladivostok Railway Station is the eastern end of the Siberian Railway. It is not so much a railway station as it is a symbol. There are 9288 double-headed eagle statues on the platform, indicating that the distance from Moscow is 9,288 kilometers. The overall Russian-style looks are also reminiscent of the representative creations of Russian architectural art in the 17th century, giving people a complicated and diverse visual aesthetic.
The interior layout of Vladivostok Station is very unique. First is the ceiling canopy painting, which is one of the characteristics of this building. The theme of the canopy painting is "our great motherland". There are two groups of paintings on the one side. There are railway stations, fleets and steam locomotives in Vladivostok, Russia. The two characters in the middle are the last Czar Nikolay II and the Governor of the Far East, Muraviyov Amursky. On the other side, there are Mosque's city scenes, such as Vasili Cathedral of Ascension, Moscow Theatre and so on. The two characters are Russian national heroes Minin and Bogeski. The wall is decorated with a double-headed eagle pattern. The pattern below is composed of an anchor and a ribbon. In the middle is a tiger with raised forepaws. This is the logo of Vladivostok, Russia. Anchors and running water are the symbols of ocean port cities. The three semicircles from top to bottom, from small to large, respectively indicate that Vladivostok is composed of Golden Cape Bay, Amur Bay and Ussuri Bay. On the platform is a physical steam locomotive, a monument to the heroic railway workers during World War II. The locomotive was designed by the Russians and manufactured in the United States. It arrived here through the Pacific Ocean. During World War II, this locomotive played a very important role. Many railway workers died in the air raids. Here is a stele carved with the inscription - "dedicated to the heroic railway workers in the Far East during the 1941-1945 Patriotic War. There is also a symbol with the Russian national emblem at the top, the double-headed eagle, and a line of numbers in the middle - "9288]. It shows that the distance from here to Moscow is 9288 kilometers.
Vladivostok Railway Station, built in 1912 in accordance with the Russian architectural style of the 17th century, has a steam locomotive. This is a steam locomotive designed by Soviet engineers during World War II and manufactured in the United States. It was transported from sea to the Soviet Union. Before 1963, this kind of steam locomotive had been running on the Siberian Railway to commemorate railway workers in the war years, 199. On the fiftieth anniversary of the victory of the Second World War in five years, this monument in kind was set up, beside which there is a mark inscribed 9288, which marks the eastern end of the railway running through Russia, indicating that the distance from Moscow since then is 9288 kilometers.
At the old railway station in the center of the city, tourists can get to the station in an hour by bus or airport express. The building is Russian style, and it is still in use now. Although it is not big, it is very sentimental, clean and not messy at all. On the hillside opposite the railway station is the image of Lenin. Next to it is the shipping terminal and the airport express railway station. There are many buses in the small square in front of the station, which is very convenient. Through the overpass next to the waiting room building of the railway station, you can go directly down to the platform to visit the hero's train head and the 9288km monument, proving that the 9288km distance from Moscow is free of charge. After visiting the overpass at the railway station, don't rush. At the end of the overpass is the shipping station. You can see the beach and harbour, the Golden Cape Bay Bridge, and the warships of the Russian Pacific Fleet. Very good perspective. It will be comfortable to blow here in summer.
It is estimated to be the railway station of the Russian City farthest from Moscow. The 9288-kilometre railway station sign pole and the imitation of the Red Army era locomotive behind it have become the most famous tourist attractions in Vladivostok. After getting off the airport bus and crossing the overpass over the railway track, you can go down to the platform directly to visit the famous grain train head and the 9288 marker pole. The waiting room of the main building of the railway station can be visited after security check, and the railway station is still in normal use. Through the overpass, you can get to the shipping inn. On the square of the shipping inn, you can see the Golden Cape Bay Bridge, the wharf and the warships of the Pacific Fleet. Near the main building of the railway station is the station of the airport express rail, which can pass through the airport in one hour, 230 roubles one way, very convenient. The railway station is almost a must for tourists.
On the opposite side of Lenin Square is the railway station, the end of the Siberian Railway. Vladivostok Station is a Russian building with the same shape as Moscow Railway Station, but with a slightly smaller size. Unlike in China, there are no ticket outlets and ticket checkpoints in the railway station. People get on the train directly through the overpass and buy tickets on the bus. So the station is not noisy, only silent pedestrians.
In the summer of 2016, I took the regiment to Vladivostok twice, where it was quiet, unpleasant rhythm and comfortable life. As the terminal of the Far East Railway, the railway station has now become one of the tourist attractions. The decoration in the waiting room makes me feel the atmosphere of European style, and the paper drunkenness and gold addiction of the Czar era emerge in an instant. Buy a ticket, less than 10 yuan, experience the Far East Railway, along the coastline, take a few stops. Maybe it's a short-distance relationship. The train is similar to our green car. It stops every few minutes. There is no subway in Vladivostok and wooden stool. This train plays the role of the subway. It's not a local person who goes to and from the seaside to swim.
The style of Vladivostok Railway Station is basically the same as that of Moscow Railway Station. This is the terminal of Siberian Railway, 9288 kilometers away from Moscow. This is still a rare land-port railway station. The railway station and the harbour are integrated. After getting off the train, one hundred meters can go to sea by boat. There is a statue of Lenin in front of the station, which is rare in Russia nowadays. For reasons of backlighting, a picture of Comrade Lenin is taken. His right hand is pointing at the rivers and mountains, or waving in anger. Nowadays, people can only exert their infinite imagination. [Smile] [Smile]
The longest train line is very beautiful. It has a chance to go to Moscow again. Moscow is the same as Vladivostok's train station. If you take a picture, it will be complete. There are not many tourists and the weather is fine. It is suggested that you walk more and take pictures with Russian beautiful women.
Vladivostok Railway Station is the railway hub of the Russian Far East, the end of the famous Siberian Railway. The building is a typical Russian style. There are many Soviet World War II monuments in it. Many people come and visit it every day. There are many tourists coming and going.
A very beautiful and elegant railway station is still in use today. The train from here can go directly to Moscow, covering more than 8,000 kilometers. It is the longest railway in the world today.