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    Severodvinsk is the terminal station of a railway line which splits off at Isakogorka station from the line connecting Moscow and Arkhangelsk. The Kudemskaya narrow-gauge railway in 2010 has appeared in Forbes ranking, of 10 most beautiful railway routes of the world. Sevmash playing bandy.

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  2. Severodvinsk, formerly (1938–57) Molotovsk, city and seaport of Archangelsk oblast (region), northwestern Russia. It lies on the shore of the White Sea’s Gulf of Dvina, at the western edge of the Northern Dvina River delta. The city was founded after the October Revolution (1917) as an outport for Archangelsk city. The city engages in shipbuilding, machine manufacturing, and timber ...

  3. Russian submarine Severodvinsk (K-560) Russian submarine. Severodvinsk. (K-560) K-560 Severodvinsk is a Yasen class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, and the lead vessel of the class. [6] The submarine is named after the city of Severodvinsk. She is deployed with the Russian Northern Fleet .

  4. Feb 12, 2019 · Severodvinsk. 64°34'N 39°50'E. Arkhangelsk, located on the delta of the Dvina River as it enters the White Sea, is the oldest seaport in Russia. It is also a major port, provincial capital, and ...

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    On 7 November 2012, the boat (while submerged) successfully launched a Caliber cruise missile (anti-ship version) at a sea target in the White Sea. Later that same month the submarine successfully test fired two additional (land attack) cruise missiles. The first land attack SLCM was launched on 26 November 2012 from a surfaced position and a second two days later from a submerged position.

    K-329 "Severodvinsk" spent some 100 days at sea from September 2011 to October 2012. During trials some 20

    ↑ "Russia to float out new nuclear submarine after delay | Defense | RIA Novosti". En.rian.ru. 2010-06-15. http://en.rian.ru/mlitary_news/20100615/159429403.html. Retrieved 2012-02-02.

    ↑ 15.10.2012 (2012-10-15). "Russian Navy Declares Development Prospects". Rusnavy.com. http://rusnavy.com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=16163. Retrieved 2013-02-06.

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