Source Pravda.Ru

Extra trains to carry McCartney's fans from Moscow to St. Petersburg

Extra trains will be running from Moscow to St. Petersburg on Saturday and Sunday, the Russian Railways press service reported.

"Thus, everyone will be able to visit the concert of legendary Paul McCartney on Palace Square and see white nights in St. Petersburg," the press service said.

The first extra train left Moscow on June 19 morning. It will arrive at St. Petersburg's Moscow railway station at 17.00.

Three extra trains will run from Moscow to St. Petersburg tonight: train No. 110 (departure from the Leningrad station at 02.02, arrival at 11.36), train No. 54 (departure from the Leningrad station at 23.27, arrival at 8.30) and train No. 116 (departure from the Kursk station at 00.28, arrival at 10.13).

Moreover, 13 main trains will go from Moscow to St. Petersburg according to the schedule, the press service added.

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