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SERBIA | Beograd ® © |

TURKEY | [Malatya]

UKRAINE © | Alchevsk | Antratcit | Artyemovsk | Bila Tserkva | Cherkassy | Chernigiv | Chernivtsi | Dnipropetrovsk | Donetsk | Horlivka | Ivano-Frankivsk | Kerch ® | Kharkiv ® | Khartsyzsk | Kherson | Khmelnitskiy | Kirovograd | Kyiv ® | Kramatorsk | Krasnodon | Kremenchug | Kryvyy Rih | Lisichansk | Lugansk | Lutsk | Lviv © | Makiyivka | Mariupol | Mikolayiv © | Odesa ® | Poltava | Rivne | Sevastopol © | Severodonetsk | Simferopol-Yalta © | Slavyansk | Sumy | Ternopil | Vinnitsya | Vuglegirsk © | Zaporizhzhya | Zhitomir |


Other useful sites
Railways in Romania - Includes information about narrow gauge railways and tramways.
Троллейбусные системы по алфабиту - List of Wikipedia pages about trolleybuses in Russian language.
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