Explore Imperial Russia, Train Stations, and more!

Explore related topics

Today the imperial train station ruins look so incongruous in the midst of the late 20th century residential buildings; the train tracks are long gone, but the ghosts remain.

Today the imperial train station ruins look so incongruous in the midst of the late century residential buildings; the train tracks are long gone, but the ghosts remain.

"Ipatiev House" where the Romanovs, their physician and servants were murdered July 16/17 1918.  The house belonged to a Merchant by the last name of Ipatiev in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg. The house was raised under the supervision of then Party chief Boris Yeltsin in the 1970s for fear of it becoming a site for pilgrimage.

"Ipatiev House" where the Romanovs, their physician and servants were murdered July

Today the imperial train station ruins look so incongruous in the midst of the late 20th century residential buildings; the train tracks are long gone, but the ghosts remain.

Today the imperial train station ruins look so incongruous in the midst of the late century residential buildings; the train tracks are long gone, but the ghosts remain.

The present state of the former Imperial train station at Tsarskoe Selo.Currently no plans of renovation.A♥W

The sad sorry ruins of the Imperial Royal Railway Station on Akademichesky Prospekt at Tsarskoe Selo.

ROYAL RUSSIA: News, Videos & Photographs About the Romanov Dynasty, Monarchy and Imperial Russia - Updated Daily

Royal Russia News offers news clips, videos and photographs about the Romanov dynasty and their legacy, monarchy, and the history of Imperial and Holy Russia from Russian media sources.

GATCHINA PALACE -  outskirts of Saint Petersburg, Russia. The Gatchina Palace was built in 1766–1781 in Gatchina town by Antonio Rinaldi for Count Grigori Grigoryevich Orlov. It was a gift from his lover Catherine the Great who liked it so much that when he died she bought it from his heirs and gave it to her son Paul.

GATCHINA PALACE - outskirts of Saint Petersburg, Russia. The Gatchina Palace was built in in Gatchina town by Antonio Rinaldi for Count Grigori Grigoryevich Orlov. It was a gift from his lover Catherine the Great who liked it so much that when

watercolor of the Lower Dacha (or "New Palace"), extensively remodeled by Anton Tomischko for Nicholas II and his family in the Alexandria Park at Peterhof

Lower Palace of Nicholas II at Peterhof . ROYAL RUSSIA: News, Videos Photographs About the Romanov Dynasty, Monarchy and Imperial Russia - Updated Daily

Pinterest
Search