Zheleznodorozhnyi

Zheleznodorozhnyi

 

(Obiralovka until 1939), a city (settlement until 1952) in Moscow Oblast, RSFSR. It is a railroad station 23 km east of Moscow. Population, 59,000 (1971; 7,000, 1939). Zheleznodorozhnyi has a wood-products combine, a ceramic facing materials combine, an experimental ceramics factory, a motor transport repair plant, and a cotton mill. It is the site of a research institute for structural ceramics and a hydrometeorological technicum.


Zheleznodorozhnyi

 

an urban-type settlement and the administrative center of Kniazh-Pogost Raion, Komi ASSR. Situated on the Vym’ River, a tributary of the Vychegda, 130 km north of the city of Syktyvkar. It is a railroad station (Kniazh-Pogost) on the Kotlas-Vorkuta line. Population, 14,000 (1970). Zheleznodorozhnyi has a machine plant, a plant turning out wood fiber plates, and logging and lumber-processing enterprises.


Zheleznodorozhnyi

 

(formerly Gerdauen), an urban-type settlement in Pravdinsk Raion, Kaliningrad Oblast, RSFSR. Zheleznodorozhnyi is situated on the Stogovka River (Pregolia basin) on the Polish border, 70 km southeast of Kaliningrad. It has a railroad station on the Cherniakhovsk-Olsztyn (Poland) line. It is the site of a brewery, a creamery, and a brickyard.


Zheleznodorozhnyi

 

an urban-type settlement in Tselinograd Oblast, Kazakh SSR. It has a railway station (Sorokovaia) 10 km east of Tselinograd. There is a factory producing silicate wall materials.

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The Central Election Commission invalidated voting results at 7 polling stations abroad and 3 polling places in Osh city.Particularly, the voting results were canceled in the following Russian cities: Zheleznodorozhnyi, Omsk, Tumen, 2 polling stations in Yekaterinburg, Cheliabinsk and Novosibirsk.Registration of voters in additional voter lists was made at those stations based on the passports of 2006, which is violation of the legislation.
He said 18 polling stations were set up in 15 Russian cities: Moscow(2 polling stations), Zheleznodorozhnyi (Moscow region), St.

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