In Russia, many former train cars are recycled into Orthodox places of worship. After the bar car and sleeper car, discover the church car.
Russia has a large number of churches established in train cars, isolated or combined to form a whole. A contemporary phenomenon whose origins date back to the expansion of the national railway network.
When establishing homes or creating new towns in isolated regions, the train was used to transport goods and people to their destination. Today, the rails that led them have been dismantled but some wagons are still there, sometimes moved later and ingeniously transformed into churches.
Similarly, you can also find our article "Metro-work, offices in the metro " with subway cars converted into offices and stacked on London's East End roof.
Source: English Russia