Photographer's Note

Coming from the UK (which has the worst, and nearly the most expensive railways in Europe) it's not hard to be impressed by another country's network. Ukraine, though, easily exceeded all espectations. I'd come Lviv by train from Warsaw, making a connection at Kowel, a small town, but important junction on the main line to Kiev. Wondering what I would find at 7.30 on Sunday morning, I was amazed to find a recently refurbished station, beautifully appointed, and with all facilities. There as an
extensive and clean washroom, which even had electric razor points, a buffet selling very good breakfasts, and a comfortable attractive waiting area. It was also thronging with poeple. An interesting experience for an Englishman was that my trains arrived and left to the minute of the timetable. When I got out in Lviv I was greated by this magnificent station, which even in a city of beautiful buildings, still managed to impress.

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Additional Photos by Richard Gatward (RGatward) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3754 W: 141 N: 3794] (20108)
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