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|2451||Prospekt Palladina, near the intersection with
Bulvar Vernadskogo and Ulitsa Uborevicha. Trolleybuses came here
almost simultaneously with the metro, when the new red line terminus,
Akademgorodok, opened in May 2003. The photo was made
only a week after the inauguration of route 39;
the trolleybus has departed from the stop by the above-mentioned
metro station and is proceeding towards the Borschagovka terminus
of said route.|
|2452||The crossing of Prospekt Pravdy and Ulitsa Vasiliya Porika in the district of Vinogradar. The 2452 is bound for Metro Nivki on route 26. Behind it is a Skoda 14Tr, most probably on route 36.|
|2453||Inside Depot No. 2, among a crowd
consisting mostly of Skodas.|
|2454||Again at the depot. This is actually a rather rare
picture, owing to the route sign on the 2454.
This version of route 3 used to connect the residential areas of
Vinogradar and Belichi, from the mid-1990s until 2001.
Towards the end of its existence it was a rush-hour-only service.
Again, most of the vehicles in this picture are Skodas.|
|2455||The turning loop in Vinogradar, at the intersection
of Prospekt "Radyanskoi Ukrainy" and Prospekt Svobody. The 2455,
having completed its run on route 26, is about to turn around.|
|2456||Ulitsa Scherbakova, the main thoroughfare of Nivki.
The 2456 has left the Ulitsa Salyutnaya stop and is proceeding towards
the center of the city (route 5).|
|2457||One of the most beautiful seasons in Kiev, spring turning into summer. This is Severno-Syretskaya Ulitsa, approaching the Quasar-Micro (formerly Microprocessor) factory. This 2457 was the last YuMZ-T1 to be delivered to Kiev. Incidentally, the author of this picture was forced to explain to an overzealous guard that his target was the trolleybus and not the above-mentioned factory...|
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