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- Provideniya and Uelen, do not have town status. It was previously known as Novo–Mariinsk (until 1923). Although the town itself has only been in existence for just...
- Mariinsk (Russian: Мариинск) is a town in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia, where the Trans-Siberian Railway crosses the Kiya River (Ob's basin), 180 kilometers...
- The Volga–Baltic Waterway (Volgobalt, Волгобалт), formerly known as the Mariinsk Canal System (Russian: Мариинская водная система), is a series of canals...
- Beluga Noble Russian Vodka is a brand of Russian Vodka created in the Mariinsk distillery. The brand itself is marketed in the super-premium vodka segment...
- a total of 126 stations including Khabarovsk, Belogorsk, Skovorodino, Mariinsk, Chernyshevsk, Ulan-Ude, Omsk, Tyumen, Balezino and Kirov. In this table...
- Mariinsk (Russian: Мариинск) is a rural locality (a selo) in Shebalinsky District, the Altai Republic, Russia. The po****tion was 182 as of 2016. There...
- special "junction stations" (around 15 over the former USSR - Vladimir, Mariinsk near Krasnoyarsk etc.) have wiring switchable from DC to AC. Locomotive...
- Krasnogvardeysk (1929) → Gatchina (1944) KhrushchyovskayaUzlovaya KiyskoyeMariinsk KodinskyKodinsk KolchuginoLenino → Leninsk-Kuznetsky Komsomolsky...
- connects Lake Onega to the Volga River; built in the early 19th century as Mariinsk Canal System and rebuilt in 1956–1964 White Sea–Baltic Canal — connects...
- Caspian by way of the Baltic Sea, Lake Ladoga, Lake Onega, the Rybinsk and Mariinsk Canals and the Volga River. In 1883, oil tanker design took a large step...
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