The train in which he lived and traveled Nicholas II
• The train in which he lived and traveled Nicholas II of
In 1915-1917 the imperial train was one of the permanent residence of the last Russian emperor. The composition of the train and entered the car salon, where March 2, 1917 Nicholas II signed his abdication.
Rulers have always loved and appreciated train, and their arrangement were allocated a lot of money. Look, it looked like the imperial train.
The interior of one of the carriages of the imperial train.
The walls of the car and furniture were covered with cloth, mostly English cretonne with plant patterns.
So look of the interior dining room of the train.
Coupe in the ladies' car number six. Here are six coupe: two grand, two single rooms for the maids of honor, in a double coupe drove maid of the Empress, and the sixth was meant for servants ladies.
Coupe ladies' car, which probably lived one of the grand duchesses.
The panels, ceilings and furniture were made of polished oak, walnut and birch wood. The floors were covered with linoleum and carpets.
The Imperial Salon, the one in which Nicholas II signed his abdication.
The Cabinet of one of the maids of honor.
The room is the bathroom. It was decorated with water-repellent mat. Bathtub made of bimetal in Paris: the outer side of copper sheets, and internal - of silver. shower over the bath was installed.
Imperial dining. The car in which she was, was divided into three branches: the dining room, snack bar and a snack bar.
The working of the king's office: the walls were decorated with leather dark olive green in mortar, and the ceiling - red polished wood planks.
Toilet in the ladies' car. The level of comfort provided there is a special dressing room in each of the grand coupe and one shared toilet for ladies and their maids.
The Grand Duchess Anastasia in the imperial train, 1916.
The Empress Alexandra, Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarevich Alexei.
The construction of the imperial train was held from 1894 to 1896 in the top automotive workshops Nikolaev railway.
After the abdication of Nicholas II in March 1917, his train for six months were used by the Ministers of the Provisional Government. After the Bolsheviks came to power in the imperial carriages formed a famous train Trotsky.
Most of the carriages of the royal train was lost in the fire of civil war. The surviving cars were killed in 1941, and now in Russia is not kept any of the original imperial train.