|1,223 kilometres (760 mi)
|Average journey time
|16 h 22 m
| North Caucasus Railway
South Eastern Railway
Tikhiy Don (Russian : Ти́хий Дон, lit. 'Quiet Don') is a Russian sleeper train connecting Rostov-on-Don and Moscow.
The Tikhiy Don runs from the Rostov-Glavny station in Rostov-on-Don to Kazansky Rail Station in Moscow. It started its first regular service in January 1966. The total distance is 1,223 kilometres (760 mi), and it takes about eighteen hours to travel through it (in one direction). The train banner is similar to the flag of Rostov Oblast.
Till June, 1st, 2009 the train Tikhiy Don carried out passenger transportations together with the train Ataman Platov named after Russian Cossack general Matvei Platov.
Rostov-on-Don is a port city and the administrative centre of Rostov Oblast and the Southern Federal District of Russia. It lies in the southeastern part of the East European Plain on the Don River, 32 kilometers (20 mi) from the Sea of Azov, directly north of the North Caucasus. The southwestern suburbs of the city lay above the Don river delta. Rostov-on-Don has a population of over one million people, and is an important cultural centre of Southern Russia.
Novocherkassk is a city in Rostov Oblast, Russia, located near the confluence of the Tuzlov and Aksay Rivers, the latter a distributary of the Don River. Novocherkassk is best known as the cultural capital of the Cossacks, and as the official capital of the Don Cossacks. Population: 168,746 ; 170,822 ; 187,973 (1989 Census); 178,000 (1974); 123,000 (1959); 81,000 (1939); 52,000 (1897).
Count Matvei Ivanovich Platov was a Russian general who commanded the Don Cossacks in the Napoleonic wars and founded Novocherkassk as the new capital of the Don Host Province.
Rostov-on-Don AirportAeroport Rostov-na-Donu was an international airport located 8 km (5 mi) east of the city of Rostov-on-Don, in southern Russia. It was one of the largest airports in the south-west of Russia and the 12th busiest in the country. It was founded in 1925 and was designated an international airport in 1986. The airport served 50 destinations in Russia and abroad and hosted 30 airlines. It was a hub for Donavia. In 2015, Rostov Airport handled 2.06 million passengers, including 565 thousand on international routes.
Belorussky railway terminal is a passenger terminal at the Moscow–Passenger–Smolenskaya railway station of the Moscow Railway. Informally the whole station can be called as Moscow Belorusskaya.
North Caucasus Railway is a 1,520 mm broad gauge Russian railway network that links the Sea of Azov and Caspian Sea. It runs through ten federal subjects: Rostov Oblast, Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol Krai, Republic of Adygeya, Karachay–Cherkessia, North Ossetia, Ingushetia, Chechnya, Dagestan, and Kalmykia. The headquarters are the North Caucasus Railway Administration Building in Rostov-on-Don.
Rostov-Glavny is the main railway station of Rostov-on-Don in Russia.
Volgograd-Glavny is a major junction railway station of Volgograd in Russia.
Adler railway station is a railway station in Adler District of Sochi. It is located on the North Caucasus Railway, a regional subsidiary of Russian Railways, and one of the largest rail passenger terminals in Russia.
The Crimea Railway is a railroad located in Crimea, providing passenger and freight services to Sevastopol and the Republic of Crimea.
The Lastochka is a German/Russian train. It is a commuter intercity electric multiple unit train used across multiple Russian cities, based on the Siemens Desiro design and manufactured by Siemens and Ural Locomotives.
Kerch Railway station is the main railway station of Kerch in Crimea, a territory recognized by a majority of countries as part of Ukraine, but de facto under control and administration of Russia.
Sukhumi is a railway station in the capital of Abkhazia — Sukhumi.
Taganrog Passazhirsky is a railway station in Taganrog, Rostov oblast, Russia. It is a terminus for the Rostov-on-Don — Taganrog and Taganrog — Ilovaisk railways.
Platov International Airport is an airport close to the stanitsa of Grushevskaya, Aksaysky District, Rostov Oblast, Russia near the city of Novocherkassk northeast of Rostov-on-Don. It serves Rostov-on-Don and started operation in December 2017. It is named after Matvei Platov.
Likhaya railway station is a railway station located in Likhovskoy district of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Rostov oblast, Russia. It is 164 km down-line from Rostov-Glavny and is situated between Zamchalovo and Kamenskaya on the Moscow — Rostov-on-Don line. The Likhaya — Volgograd line diverges from the Moscow — Rostov-on-Don to the east of Likhaya and runs to Volgograd via Belaya Kalitva.
Kamenskaya railway station is a railway station located in Kamensk-Shakhtinsky, Rostov oblast, Russia. It is 188 km down-line from Rostov-Glavny and is situated between Likhaya and Pogorelovo on the Moscow — Rostov-on-Don line. The station is approximately 1 km from the town center and 5 km from the central bus station. Kamenskaya is served by Russian railways.
Chertkovo railway station is a railway station located in Chertkovo, Rostov oblast, Russia. It is 325 km down-line from Rostov-Glavny and is situated between Zorinovka and Sheptukhovka on the Moscow — Rostov-on-Don line. The station is located at the Ukrainian border just opposite to the Ukrainian village of Milove.
Glubokaya railway station is a railway station located in Glubokiy, Kamensky District, Rostov oblast, Russia. It is 23 km down-line from Kamenskaya and is situated between Tarasovka and Pogorelovo on the Moscow — Rostov-on-Don line. It is approximately 3.5 km from the Federal Automobile Road M-4 "Don".