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How safe / private are the trains while travelling on the tours?
Posted by , Last modified by on 20 July 2012 03:24 PM

Hundreds of millions of people travel safely every year on Russian railways and in many ways it can be claimed they are one of the safest railways in the world. Every carriage has one or two conductors, who look after it 24 hours a day. Every passenger gets their ticket checked upon entry and must present a passport to get on the train, and most trains have a police team on board. At every stop the train gets thoroughly checked to make sure there is no minor damage.

As to privacy, unless you have a first class cabin you are likely to be sharing your cabin with other people. Each cabin has a door that you can close and lock (from the inside only); if you wish to leave your cabin and lock it from the outside then you will need to ask the carriage attendant.

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