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Tynda (Russian: Ты́нда TYHN-duh) is a large town in Amur Oblast. Known as the "Capital of the Baikal-Amur Mainline," as it was intended to be a major hub, Tynda is at the junction with the partially complete Amur-Yakutsk Mainline, which will link the BAM with the planned terminus of Yakutsk.

Understand[edit]

The center of Tynda

Tynda is Evenki's word related to "flat river bank" or a "place for grazing of deers". The town has a river with the same name, separating the town from the railway station. The 16-floor appartment houses in the center and wooden barracks in the suburbs are two contrasts left over from Communist times.

US Wenatchee is Tynda's sister-city.

Get in[edit]

Railway station bulding, the "flying bird"

By train from Khabarovsk or Komsomolsk-on-Amur from the east. From Blagoveshchensk by the train #81/82 "Gilyuy" (фирменный поезд). The western direct destinations are Neryungri, Anapa, Kislovodsk and Moscow.

Get around[edit]

When you get out of the station building turn to the left to the bus stop and take a bus #35 going to the city. Equally you can start walking ahead across the bridge along the pipes and get to the central street Krasnaya Presnya, built by Moscovites.

There are a number of private taxi agencies and public buses.

See[edit][add listing]

Tynda museum
  • Museum of BAM history (Музей истории БАМ), 22, Sportivnaya st., =+7(41656) 4-16-90. It has eight large rooms each for its own story: aboriginal people, gulag, railway history, flora and fauna, minerals etc. Fee: 25RUB (2011). 25RUB for camera.  edit

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Ust-Koral (Усть Корал). Mountain ski base.  edit

Buy[edit][add listing]

In the second tower you can buy a ticket for a train or a plane at the agency office on the first floor.

Eat[edit][add listing]

There are a lot of cafes.

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Hotel Yunost (Гостиница Юность), 49, Krasnaya Presnya st., +7 (41656) 46-232. Spacious multi-floor Soviet-style hotel in the center.  edit
  • railway resting rooms, Tynda station. clean and tidy a room for 24 hours cost 1100 RUB, a shower is an extra 100 RUB.  edit


Contact[edit]

Get out[edit]

Local airport serves flights to Blagoveshchensk.



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