Vologda, russia, september 14, 2002, interior of one of the sleeping cars of 'the orient express' (in pic) that has been completely restored (including the original inlaid wood panelling) at the railway car repair works in vologda where the train's 1 : News Photo

Vologda, russia, september 14, 2002, interior of one of the sleeping cars of 'the orient express' (in pic) that has been completely restored (including the original inlaid wood panelling) at the railway car repair works in vologda where the train's 1

Vologda, russia, september 14, 2002, interior of one of the sleeping cars of 'the orient express' (in pic) that has been completely restored (including the original inlaid wood panelling) at the railway car repair works in vologda where the train's 18 carriages are undergoing thorough checks and repairs, charles de gaulle, queen elizabeth the 2nd, marlene dietrich, nikita khrushchev and mata hari are just a few of the celebrities who travelled by the legendary train that ran the route from paris to istambul starting from 1889, the train is now property of a swiss travel agency and takes well-off tourists from moscow to beijing via mongolia, uzbekistan, and turkmenistan. (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)
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Vologda, russia, september 14, 2002, interior of one of the sleeping cars of 'the orient express' (in pic) that has been completely restored (including the original inlaid wood panelling) at the railway car repair works in vologda where the train's 18 carriages are undergoing thorough checks and repairs, charles de gaulle, queen elizabeth the 2nd, marlene dietrich, nikita khrushchev and mata hari are just a few of the celebrities who travelled by the legendary train that ran the route from paris to istambul starting from 1889, the train is now property of a swiss travel agency and takes well-off tourists from moscow to beijing via mongolia, uzbekistan, and turkmenistan. (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)
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