Monument to the Railway Workers, part of the Memorial to the Revolutionary, Military and Labour Glory of Railway Workers

Location: Bendery (Bender), Transnistria

Completed: 1977

Architects: V. Petrov and E. Chumak

Genre: Soviet monument, former USSR

Located next to Bender-1 Railway Station, the 6-metre stele is part of the Memorial to the Revolutionary, Military and Labour Glory of Railway Workers and represents three generations of railwaymen. A monument commemorating the 1918 “Black Fence” massacre and the Museum Complex of the Glory of Railway Workers make up the other components of the memorial site.

Monument to the Railway Workers (Memorial to the Revolutionary, Military and Labour Glory of Railway Workers) in Bendery (Bender), Transnistria | Soviet monument | former USSR

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