The accommodations were tight but comfortable. Each cabin had a sofa that became a bunk bed at night and its own bathroom with shower. The attendants were always prepared to bring a cup of tea or coffee and they couldn't have been nicer.
We pulled out of Moscow behind an old steam engine -- part of the show -- then switched to a modern diesel engine.
Naturally, there are open air train museums to visit, like the one we saw in Novosibirsk.
There are also helpful posters along the way ...
|Danger! No walking on the tracks!|
|An Icon sticker at the entrance to our car ... for safety.|
Now for meal and some rest ...