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Moscow to the End of the Line

Moscow-Petushki: A Helluva Ride in the Soviet Days, a Hellish Trip Today

Innokenty (Kes) Grekov | Posted 09.16.2013 | World
Innokenty (Kes) Grekov

Hundreds of regional trains run in and out of Moscow's nine busy rail stations. One route stands above all, having taken a special place in the Russian psyche thanks to the postmodernist writer Venedict Erofeev's 1969 novel Moscow to the End of the Line.