The initial train with 91 passengers aboard left St. Petersburg on June 5 for an 11-day “test journey,” passing through Petrozavodsk, the historic town of Kem, and Murmansk. The train, named Zarengold (“The Tsar’s Gold” in German), has two restaurant cars….

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