The Russian Train Stop That Serves One Schoolgirl – Atlas Obscura

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The train from Saint Petersburg to Murmansk runs twice a day, along a 630-mile route that takes 26 hours from end to end. On its way, it passes Poyakanda, a settlement of just a few dozen people in the frozen wilds of the Arctic Circle. There is no train station there but, from time to time, trains will stop and allow railway staff to get on and off.

Source: The Russian Train Stop That Serves One Schoolgirl – Atlas Obscura