Flashing Red Lights of Metro Train Before Departure
Modern Moscow Mero Train flashing red lights before departure from Krasnye Vorota (Red Gates) Metro Station. The station was opened on May 15, 1935. It is one of the oldest stations of Moscow Metro stations. In 1938, the model of the station won a Grand Prix at the Paris World Fair.
The new-generation Moscow metro trains are smooth and quiet, have good noise and heat insulation, due to the rational use of the internal space they can carry up to two thousand passengers in spacious 8 cars with passages through the whole train. Metro cars lit by LED lamps to save energy, there are touch monitors, interactive cards, and USB sockets.
Photo 509 taken on February 19, 2020
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