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Victory Steam Train Arrives in Volgograd

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On April 28, people in the Russian city of Volgograd (previously known as Stalingrad) welcomed the Pobeda (Victory) steam train. The World War II-era steam locomotive traveled from Rostov to Belaya Kalitva with a presentation at every station dedicated to the 70th anniversary of victory in the Battle of Stalingrad and the liberation of Rostov-on-Don in World War II.

On April 28, people in the Russian city of Volgograd (previously known as Stalingrad) welcomed the Pobeda (Victory) steam train. The World War II-era steam locomotive traveled from Rostov to Belaya Kalitva with a presentation at every station dedicated to the 70th anniversary of victory in the Battle of Stalingrad and the liberation of Rostov-on-Don in World War II.

On April 28, people in the Russian city of Volgograd (previously known as Stalingrad) welcomed the Pobeda (Victory) steam train. The World War II-era steam locomotive traveled from Rostov to Belaya Kalitva with a presentation at every station dedicated to the 70th anniversary of victory in the Battle of Stalingrad and the liberation of Rostov-on-Don in World War II.

 

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Battle of Stalingrad, WWII, Pobeda steam train, Rostov-on-Don, Belaya Kalitva, Rostov, Volgograd
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