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6A

The view of road junction between Naberezhne Szose and Avtostrada.

[1959, ³ ]

The view of Navodnycka Pl. and Novo-Navodnycka vul. In a few years trams will come here with newly opened route # 5 with the same termini as its predecessor (Kontraktova Pl. – Budynok Oficeriv (Army Officers House)) but now via Staronavodnycka vul. (seen on the left part of a frame).

[1959, ³ ]

Tram and bus stop “Paton Bridge” with a pavilion located a bit away from tracks. A tram traffic light is also worth attention. The houses will remain for about dozen of years before this area will be converted into a park.

[1959, ³ ]

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At the intersection near “Paton Bridge” stop. -82 # 1550 (most probably route 27) bounds for Darnycia, while -3 # 5332 bounds for Podil, and T-3 train 5152/5153 (route 31) approaches from the opposite direction.

[~1968, Karl-Otto Friedemann (Aare Olander collection)]

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The view of Avtostrada (nowadays Bd. Druzhby Narodiv). Accoring to first postwar plans tram line had to be built here. However, these plans were soon withdrawn and buses provided a link between these parts. Pictured is -695 on newly opened bus route 14.

[1959, ³ ]

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Picture taken couple of years later with the same route 14, which gained popularity and now serviced by Ikarus-180. Traffic jam looks like today with the only difference that there were too many trucks those days…

[. 1960-, ]

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Bus and tram at Paton Bridge.

[.03.1970, ( )]

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Tram stop Rusanivka with pavilion, installed right after the opening of tram line.

[.08.1965, ( )]

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T-2 5028 on route # 28 at tram stop Berezniaky bounds for Podil. Pavilion here is of much simpler construction and installed in mid-1960s only, as there was only a small village nearby and not so many passengers.

[~1966, ]

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One more view of tram stop Berezniaky. This time we can see two T-3 from Krasin depot servicing line 27.

[1960-, ]

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The view of Pr. Vozzjednannia from Petrivsky viaduct.

[28.03.1964, . ( )]

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The view of Pr. Vozzjednannia from vul. Tampere towards Leningradska Pl.

[.02.1966, ( )]

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T-2 # 5008 on route 28 bounds for Podil. Almost a year passed since Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space.

[23.07.1962, ]

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r. Vozzjednannia and tram stop Rubber-Regenerator Factory – the first one on this avenue where the pedestrian underground crossing was built in 1967.

[.12.1962, ( )]

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T-3 # 5326 on route 27 bounds for Peczersk pictured at tram stop Rubber-Regenerator Factory, which later on was called Rubber Factory.

[1966, ]

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Pr. Vozzjednannia viewed from Leningradska pl. Some of the blocks of Socmisto are still to be constructed.

[.06.1960, ]

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Pr. Vozzjednannia viewed from Leningradska pl. Tree alley separates tram line form residential area side-street.

[1964-65, . ˳ ( )]

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Pr. Vozzjednannia viewed from Leningradska pl.

[08.02.1963, . , . ( )]

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Pr. Vozzjednannia viewed from Leningradska pl.

[04.04.1965, . ( )]

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Pretty unusual view of Pr. Vozzjednannia with almost complete absence of buildings on even side and at the intersection with Pr. Myru. /-1 train servicing route 28 bounds for Podil.

[.06.1959, ( )]

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2. Gasoline tram
3. 1930-s
4. 1944-1950
5. 1951-1958
6. 1960-s
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7. Rusanivka and Berezniaky
Kostj Kozlov, 2004-2011.
Last updated - 17.01.2011.