Soviet Trams of Ghibli / Miyazaki

Japanese suburban trains are one of the persistent symbols of the country’s animation. We see them a lot, with main characters getting into or out of them, meditating while sitting in a railway car, while it slides gently beyond the city limits, into bright, magnificent outskirts that surround Japanese urban hubs.

Soviets have been operating Miyazaki-style suburban trams in Tiflis, capital of Wunderland. Those used to whisk you from busy streets to a tranquil fields surrounding Tbilisi Sea, which, actually, is a huge, man-made lake, located on top of the capital.

 

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