I beg your pardon but I'm far to be enough accurate in english to grasp all the meanings of what you say...
Vassili, Restoring train station without tracks,
Restoring train station without tracks, I think pointless (today at least), one of the Russian groups was running with the project to rebuild "Tsarskaya Vetka" with restoration of the Imperial Pavilion in TS, in order to provide service for travelers from Vitebskiy station all the way to TS nonstop (but problem remains the same, who will provide money).
Aldo, I've heard recently, Fedorovskiy gorodok, was given for free to Russian Orthodox church, because it was difficult to restore by using government grants, so access on its territory will be restricted.
What does this mean?No fund on historic documents ...?
As far as I understand this is still a project(Vladimir telle me that the restoration had been voted...I do not understand at all..)
Please could you tell me what is Fedorovski gorodok?The field that surrounds the station?
Thanks for your patience,
Vassili, I am terribly sorry about my syntax and phrase construction, unfortunately my Russian is not much different.
Nicholas II build several structures in TS, with the same architectural motif: Feodorvskiy Gorodok, and Imperial Pavilion at Tsarskoye Selo bound to St. Petersburg.
Now train station (Imperial Pavilion), as we know not restored after WWII, furthermore railroad to train station was removed completely, and on the place where rail road was, city of Pushkin build new apartment complexes. However, not far away, located rail road tracks, but from other train station Baltiskiy.
Describing about "Russian group - running", I was trying to be sarcastic, without money, they have no chance.
No one votes in Russia for anything, as you know probably, national treasures has been destroyed, including 300 meter (almost 1000 ft) rising building in the center of St. Petersburg, will destroy scenery of the St. Petersburg, build by Peter the Great.
Now about Feodorovkiy Gorodok, it’s a structure – right in front of the Feodorovkiy Cathedral, here the small example for you: