Saturday, 10 April 2010

Odessa bus station

Towns and cities in the former Soviet Union usually have a bus station in the suburbs and Odessa is no exception. This one is at the terminus of tram route 5.
Buses stop at the exit for forms to be completed.This one is an Ikarus.
Ukraine is the land of the minibus. This one is on an international service to Chisnau in Moldova passing through the breakaway republic of Transdinistria.
Obviously a former German owned Neoplan.
This Mercedes has Russian number plates and is bound for Volgograd which is a long way.
Posted by PicasaFinally a visitor from from Riga in Latvia.
For some pictures of the roads these buses have to negotiate see my tram blog -

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