Extreme public transport

20 Jan

I first discovered these images last week during the ‘big snow’ in London and had a total humor crisis about it after being snowed in and left to the evil’s of This Morning.

These images were taking in the Russian city of Norilsk – whose claim to fame is that is plays home to the world’s most extreme public transportation service. TFL / Prison Service take note of the below!

“We have seen snowings in June, our parents are going to the job in the column of the buses leaded and followed by special snow clearing machines, our city was built by prisoners, when we hear that the weather is going to be warmer it means it would be -10, and we don’t have any homeless – just none would survive at -54″.

via English Russia

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