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The old narrow-gauge train station

Updated: May 16, 2020


A historic train station for the steam engine narrow-gauge railway. The station was built in 1899 and operated until 1951.The station was built in front of the Church of St. Boniface, and is located between two parks: one of them hosts a large monument for the exiles of Siberia.

The Narrow-Gauge Train Station

Church of Sts. Boniface

The Monument for the exiles of Siberia



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