One day in the town Buj.
a small town of Russian
Three was some kind of club trip. My first aim was to make another repair of my car. After the repair was ended I had made a visit in the small town Buj - one of the towns of the Russian North. I started there early Saturday morning from Kostroma. There was a distance about 100 km. I passed this town several times during my previous trips but never stopped here. Last time I arrived Buj I met there the tank column. I had made several photos before trooper asked me to leave the place.
Soon I reached the big ring square. Road here runs off from the town in both directions.
This time I chose third direction and drove to seek the railway station. It is unusual railway station because the church is constructed into station building. There are no so many such stations in Russia. My navigator was wrong again and I had to ask natives about road to station. It was not so far from place where navigator led me. I had to raise up to the bridge across the railways to make some photos of station building with church of St. Nicholas in its right wing. St Nicholas is most revered saint at Russian North.
The big cathedral stands behind them. I was lucky and heard beautiful bells ringing during I walked there. I even made a shot of the ringer.
When I sat in my car and decided to watch my papers about Buj I herad the knock into car window. That was the policeman. He wanted to watch what photos I had made at station. He said that his boss asked him about that. Well - I showed him pics of locomotive and funny stall's name on the platform. Then I went to the town where I made a couple of stops to catch some funny signs on camera. Unfortunatelly, I forgot to make a shot of "Socialism street".
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