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Pavel Chilin rests sitting on his steam locomotive at his miniature personal narrow-gauge railway twisting through the grounds of his home in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long mini-railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A miniature steam train runs across a bridge on Pavel Chilin's personal railway in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build a 350-meter-long mini-railway twisting through the grounds of his cottage home about 50 kilometers (some 30 miles) outside St. Petersburg, complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Pavel Chilin drives his steam locomotive along his own miniature personal railway in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build a 350-meter-long mini-railway twisting through the grounds of his cottage home about 50 kilometers (some 30 miles) outside St. Petersburg, complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Pavel Chilin, left, and Sergei Terekhov prepare his steam locomotive to run along the miniature personal railway in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long miniature personal narrow-gauge railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Pavel Chilin explains to children how his steam locomotive works at his miniature personal narrow-gauge railway twisting through the grounds of his home in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long mini-railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A miniature steam train runs across a bridge on Pavel Chilin's miniature personal narrow-gauge railway twisting through the grounds of his home in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build a 350-meter-long mini-railway twisting through the grounds of his cottage home about 50 kilometers (some 30 miles) outside St. Petersburg, complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A steam train travels at a private railway near Pavel Chilin's cottage home in Ulyanovka village, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of St.Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long miniature personal narrow-gauge railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A man plays accordion while riding on Pavel Chilin's miniature steam train in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long miniature personal narrow-gauge railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A miniature steam train travels along Pavel Chilin's miniature personal narrow-gauge railway twisting through the grounds of his home in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long mini-railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Pavel Chilin's assistants Sergei Terekhov, center, and Vadim Gukov drive a locomotive on Pavel Chilin's personal railway in Ulyanovka village outside St.Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long miniature personal narrow-gauge railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Pavel Chilin explains to children how his steam locomotive runs along his miniature personal railway in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long miniature personal narrow-gauge railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A miniature steam train runs across a bridge on Pavel Chilin's miniature personal narrow-gauge railway twisting through the grounds of his home in Ulyanovka village outside St. Petersburg, Russia Sunday, July 19, 2020. It took Chilin more than 10 years to build the 350-meter-long mini-railway complete with various branches, dead ends, circuit loops, and even three bridges.(AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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