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THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 50X1-HUM COUNTRY SUBJECT HOW PUBLISHED WHERE PUBLISHED DATE PUBLISHED LANGUAGE CLASSIFICATION S-E-C-RRNA SECRETREPORT SECURITY IfdFORMATIOp CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION FROM FOREIGN DOCUMENTS OR RADIO BROADCASTS CD NO. Transportation - Rail, organization Economic DATE OF 1g46 - 1951 INFORMATION DATE DIST. f Nov 1951 Monthly periodicals, newspapers, and books USSR NO. OF PAGES 18 Z1UrrL1__VIGJV I Iv REPORT NO. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IN FOPMATION AIFECTI NO THE NATIOIIAL DEFENSE OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE NEARING OF ESPIONAGE ACT SO U. S. C., SI AND 32. AS AMENDED. ITS TRANSMISSION OR THE REVELATION PERSON NISIitDCONTENTS IN REPRODUCTION OF ONIS FORM OISI PROHIB IITED. IS PRO Sy LAW. Periodicals, newspapers, and books as indicated. BASIC DATA ON THE ORGANIZATION OF THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION USSR The following repor presents in- 50X1-HUM formation on the organization and functions of the ministry of Transportation USSR. It should be noted that with the exception of the list of railroad okrugs and systems, the information is not necessarily complete. Numbers in parentheses refer to appended sources. The Ministry of Transportation USSR is an all-union min'-stry charged with the operation and development of the USSR railroad network, directing the execu- t:i.on of the state plans through the railroad okrugs. It establishes general network-wide. norms and plans the long-term development of railroad carrying, directs the construction of new lines and the reconstruction of existing ones, and carries out the equipping of the railroads (1). The ministry is headed by the Minister of Transportation USSR, who is a member of the Council of Minis- ters USSR. In 19I+6, the ministry had a total of 3-3.5 million workers and employees (2). The collegium of the ministry is the chief administrative board of the min- istry. The central headquarters of the ministry, located in Moscow, contains spe- cialized main (formerly central) administrations which are charged with the over- all direction of the various specific and specialized branches of the railroad economy. Each main administration effects on a country-wide scale the policy determination and administration for its particular phase of railroad management. In addition to the main administrations, the central headquarters contains various independent organizations which handle aspects.not directly connected with any o the basic operational functions of the ministry. SECRET NAVY MR CLASSIFICATION NSRa X1 , FBI S-E-C-R-E-T 0 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Territorial Administrative __ ucture Str of the Ministry The railroad okrug Is the largest territorial administrative unit of the Ministry of Transportation. It receives operational control over the work of the railroad systems under it from the ministry, and exercises the same control over operations as the ministry. Within the okrug are united all management, economic, and operational activity of the railroad systems under it. The okrug directs the effort for the fulfillment of the state plan and for the development and maximum utilization of internal resources. It provides qualified personnel and distributes them among the railroad systems. It controls the delivery of fue= to depots, etc.(3) The okrug coordinates within the limits of its railroad systems such mass efforts as grain hauling, and effects liaison with other okrugs and with the Ministry of Transportation.(4) The okrug also has charge of strengthening political education, raising the cultural and technical level of the workers, encouraging specialists, and im- proving working conditions.(3) The establishment of the railroad okrugs permits closer contact between the higher administrative transport agencies and the lower subdivisions, while maintaining a single centralized administration. The okrugs are administra- tive, economic, technical, and planning organizations. Under their jurisdic- tion are locomotive and railroad. car repair plants, construction materials plants, quarries, and other transport enterprises. Each okrug is headed by a chief who manages the okrug through administrations and departments.(5) The okrug can have an administration of material and technical supply, locomotive administration railroad car administration, administration for traffic and freight operations, commercial administration, administration of construction ma- terials .oplantsweplsss ger department, fuel department, and electrification admin- eriThe railroad system (zheleznaya doroga) is a completely independent admin- istrative unit, and is the basic management unit of railroad transport. It is directly subordinated to the okrug in which it is located. The system is directed by the system administration, which can have an operations service (sluzhba), commercial service, railroad car service, locomotive service, build- irgs and structures service, material and operating supply service, signaling and communications service, administration of construction and reconstruc- tion works, track service, electrification service, planning department, auto- mobile and motor transport department, and other offices. The basic function of the railroad system is the fulfillment of the state plan.(5) The division (otdeleniye) is the lowest operational unit of the railroad network. The divisions of the railroad systems were organized by a 1946 gov- ernment decision. Along with strengthening the control of traffic and improv- ing locomotive management, this measure improved the control of the work of the subordinate line management units of the railroad systems. All line management units found within the limits of the division are subordinate to the division. With the organization of the divisions, the reorganization of railroad transport was completed, and an orderly chain of command, from ministry to okrug to system to division, was achieved.(3) A division includes 200-500 kilometers of railroad, depending on the volume of traffic(l). Thus, the chain of command for railroad car management runs from the Main Railroad Car Administration of the ministry to the railroad car administration of the okrug to the railroad car service of the railroad system to the railroad car section of the division and thence to the railroad car depots, train master pools and technical inspection points (1). Similarly, for commercial operations the chain of command runs from the Main Commercial Ad- thelcommerccialfsethe rvicenoft y to the administration the department of wr the division to the station head, and thence through the deputy station head for commercial operations to the freight offices, freight yard, icing point, etc.(6) 2 - S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Z 6"1 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 I A breakdown of the highest ranking personnel, main administrations, and other organizations of the Ministry of Transportation folloxs. Minister, Deputy Ministers Boris Pavlovich Beshchev is Minister of Transportation USSR (7) and the following are Deputy Ministers of Transportation USSR: V. A. GarnykO(8), oboe N. A. Gundobin (9), A. G. Kuznetsov (10), L. P. Mal kevich (9), k 8 (11), A. I. Smirnov (12), and V. Ye. Tsaregorodtsev (13). Main Administrations Main Administration for Capital Construction (TsUKS): together with the Central Planning Department, directs the development of industry in railroad port (14). Main Administration for Capital P.econstrurtion and Construr...tion of Railroad Bridges (Glavmostostroy): heaa, hholin (15). Has the following adminis- trations: Western Dvina, Lower Dnepr, Dnestr Bug; and" trusts "Mostostroyprom" LBridge Construction Industry Bridge Trust) (16). Main Commercial Administration: head, V. P. Potapov (9): deputy head, Martynov (15). This main administration has control of all commercial operations on the USSR railroad network, and is mad.e up of the following offices. department for the organization of commercial operations, hauling contracts department, department for the control of the carrying capacity of freight cars, department for control of the delivery of freight, department for ,,Id.i.ngs. rents, and agreements; department for the commercial inspection of the railroads; freight rate economic department; department for storage, weighing, and commercial equipment, refrigeration department; department for loading and unloading operations, with a sec- tech- tor; tor; planning and financial department; department for material and sector for new technology; labor nical supplying; personnel department; and wages sector. The administration also has an Administration of Con- tainer Freight Carrying and Transport Expediting Operations, which has subdivisions in the okrugs and railroad systems (6). Main Electrification Administration; head, Sal'nikov (17). Main Freight Administration: head, N. A. Kabashnev (18). Main Fuel Administration: head, Chikunov (19). Main Administration of Industrial Construction (Glavpromstroy): head, Mokhortov(16). Chief engineer, Mezhov (8). Has eight administrations, including Adminis- tration for Construction of Multistory Buildings and Kharkov Administra- tion for Construction and Reconstruction of Plants (20). Main Locomotive Administration: head, Ye. F. Rudoy (21); chief engineer, V. Ivanov (11). Main Administrati.on.of Railroad Machine Building Plants (GUMZ): head, P. V. Arkhangel'skiy (22). Has control of railroad machine building plants sub- ordinated to the Ministry of Transportation; also has function of planning and designing railroad equipment,. such as snowplows, etc.(23) Main Administration of Material and Technical Supply (GUMTO)~- head, Lyashenko (24); deputy head, Latushkin (25). Has Spare Parts Administration (head, Novozhilov) (24). SECRET Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 "1 SECRET S -E -C -R -E-T Main Administration of Material and Technical Supply of Construction (1); head, Kondrashov (7). Main Administration for Mechanization of Construction Operations (Glavzheldorstroy- mekhanizatsiya): head, Murashko (7). Has Central Asia Administration, which has a large stock of machinery, the greater part of which is given under contract to various construction projects and organizations (26). Main Medical and Sanitation Administration; head, A. Sergeyev. Handles health needs of railroad workers and passengers aL::. runs hospitals and rest homes (27). Main Administration of Military and Reconstruction Works (GUVVR) (28). Main Passenger Administration: head, G. Zaporozhtsetr (29). Has Planning and Rate Bureau (head, Ponomarev). Administration has charge of all passenger operations, including maintenance of order in railroad. stations, ticket and baggage offices, and on trains; is responsible for punctuality in long- distance and suburban passenger operations (30). Main Personnel Administration; together with Main Administration of Study ln- stitutions, handles preparation and allocation of personnel for railroad. transport (1). Has department for distribution of young specialists (31). Political Administration: head, V. Ye. Tsaregorodtsev Deputy Minister of Trans- portation (13). Deputy.head, Ye. Burko-r (32). Has Department for Komsomol Work (head, V. Orfanitskiy) (33) and Department of Propaganda and Agitation (head, Burkov) (34). Has Construction Sector (head, Zaytsev) (11). Main Railroad Car Administration: head, V. V. Kurochkin (9). Chief engineer, T. Maliy (35). The basic task of this main administration is the prompt and efficient supplying of the economic and defense needs of the c?untry with railroad cars in good condition. In connection with this, the chief duties of the administration are the menagement,maintenance, repair, and modernization of the rai.eoad car inventory (1). Main Administration of Railroad'Constructic-n of the East (Glavzheldorstroy Vostoka): head, Sosnov (7). Main Administration of Railroad Construction of the West (Glavzheldorstroy Zapada): head, Mashkov (34). Chief engineer, Maksimovich (11). Main Administration of Railroad Troops: has charge of construction organiza- tions (1). Main Administration of Railroad System Construction Organizations (Tsudorstroy): directs activities of the railroad systems' construction organizations (dorozhnoye stroitel'stvo) (16). Main Administration of Reconstruction Works (36). Main Administration of Rolling Stock Repair Plants (GURZ): head, Paramonov (24). This administration is patterned after the administration of locomotive and railroad car repair plants. Operational and productional control, and also material and technical supplying and financing of locomotive auu railroad car repair plants have been delegated entirely to the okrugs (37). Main Administration of Signaling and Conmiunicat. ions: head, N. Semenov (38). SECRET _4- S-E-C.?R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SCBETT Main Administration of Educational Institutions: head, Belousov (39). Directa an extensive system of educational institutions which includes the Academy of Railroad Transport (40), 14 institutes for railroad transport engineers (41), 83 specialized secondary educational schools, 152 technical schools; evening schools and Stakhanovite schools (40), and 3,388 general educa- tional schools (42). Main Administration of Timber Industry (GULP): head, Gavrilov (43). Has Timber- ing Department, Technical Department, Planning Department (44). Has Irkutsk, Konesha, Sverdlovsk, Kostroma, Northern, Kirov (Kirovskiy) (45), Far Gastein (46). and Komi-Luza (7) timber trusts and a special timber trust (46a) Main Track Administration: head, Gavrilov (47). Chief engineer, M. A. Cherny- shev (27). Main Traffic Administration: head, N. A. Gundobin, Deputy Minister of Transporta- -.inn (9). Deputy head, Ya. A. Sokolinskiy (46). Chief engineer, A. Basov (11). Has Stations Department (head, Dobrosel'skiy) (9) and Schedule De- partment (head, Akhramovich) (49). Main Administration of Tunnel and Subway Construction (G].avtonnel'metrostroy): head, M. A. Samedu.rov (16). Main Administration of Workers' Supply (Glavurs): head, A. I. Smirnov, Deputy Minister of Transportation (12). Other Organizations of Ministrr~of Transportation Administration, of Chief Inspector for Traffic Safety (50). All-Union Planning and Surveying Association (Soyuztransproyekt): head, V. 1. Lednev (51). Bureau of Complaints (52). Central Arbitration Department (1). Central Department for Auto- and Motor-Rail Transport (1). Central Bookkeeping Department (1). Central Communications Station (53). Central Electric Power Department (1). Central Financial Department: head, I. V. Ivliyev (22). Central Juridical Department (1). Central Office for Labor and Wages (54). Central Planning Department (TsOP) (14). Central Planning and Economic Department: head, F. Mulyukin (22). Central Department for Planning Carrying: head, A. Mots. Plans routing of bulk freight, etc.(55) Central Railroad Car Technical DeYdrtment,:,(56). SECRET -`5 S -E-C -R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 lEGll-1.: Central Department of Statistical Accounting and Accounts (32). Administration of Through Sleeping Cars: head, Timoshenkov (57). Hydrometeorological Service. Collects and correlates weather data, forecasts weather, disseminates weather data, issues warnings concerning unfavor- able weather conditions to line organizations; has automatic printing telegraphs to receive data (58). LThe central unit is probably .located in Moscow] State Transport Railroad Publishing House (Transzheldorizdat). headl, Moshchuk (11), Scientific and Technical Council., chainta^., B. D. Podahivalov (11). Has De- partment for New Technology, Department fcr Standardization and Unifica- tion (59), and Rolling Stock Department (51). Solves problems concern- ing the development and technical equipping of the railroad systems; re- views the basic types of struc.ures and methods of building them, the designs and basic parts of rolling stock, machine, and machinery, the technological processes and technical conditions and projects for stand- ards; and controls, in regard to technology., the scientific, design, and inventing organizations of railroad transport (59). Trust for Hydromechanization of Labor-Consuming Operations (60). The USSR railroad network is broken down into ten railroad okrugs and 56 railroad systems. The following list of okrugs and the systems under them is as giver in Izvestiya, 30? July 1950. When the divisions of the railroad systems were organized in 1946 , 274 divisions were created.(43) The 257 divisions which follow were for the most part compiled from various Soviet newspapers dating from July 1949 through May 1951, as indicated. Caucasus Railroad Okrug. head. Bagrat Nikolayevich Arutyunov (61) Azerbaydzhan System: head, All Asad ogli Dzhafarov (62) Alyat (4 Apr 51) Baku (4 Apr 51) Kirovabad (4 Apr 51) Ordzhonikidze System: head, Lobariov (62) Kizlyar (9 Jul 50) Makhachkala (25 Apr 51) Mineral?'nyye Vody (6 Apr 51) Prokhladnaya (23 Feb 51) North Caucasus System: head, Gartsuyev (63) Kamenolomni (16 Apr 50) Kavkazskdya (13 Apr 51) Krasnodar (16 Mar 51) SECRET Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S-E-C-R-E-T Rostov (25 May 51) Sal'sk (16 Apr 50) Shakhtnaya (25 May 51) Stavropol' (16 Apr 50) Transcaucasus system,, head, G. Kiknadze (62) Samtredia (16 May 51) Sukhumi (16 May 51) Tbilisi (16 May 51) Yerevan (16 May 51) Central Asia Railroad Okrug: acting head, Krayevoy (64); Ashkhabad System: head, Mel'gunov (62) Divisions Kazandzhik (28 Jun 50) Krasnovodsk (27 May 51) Mary (4 Dec 49) Stalinabad (6 Mar 51.) Tashkent System: head, A. Kadyrov (65) Andizhan (17 Apr 51) Arys' (28 Jim 50) Kokand (27 May 51) Kzyl-Orda (4 Dec 49) Tashkent (7 Apr 51) Ursat'yevskaya (7 Oct 49) Turkestan-Siberia System: acting head, Ienin (66) Divisions Alma-Ata (15 Jan 50) also referred to as Fourth Division7 Ayaguz (10 Feb 50) Dzhambul (13 Dec 50) Matay (6 A r 51) Pishpekso referred to as Sixth Division and Frunze Divisio] (15 Mar 51) Rubtsovka (11 Feb 51) Central Railroad Okrug: head, S. I. Bagayev (67) Gor'kiy System: head, V. Trunov (68) Kirov (11 Feb 51) Shakhun'ya (2 Nov 49) SECRET - 7 - S-E-C-R-E-T 50X1-HUM Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 1 Bryansk (29 Apr 51) Fayansovaya (14 Dec 49) Kaluga (7 Jul 50) L'gov (25 May 51) Moscow-Kursk System: head, F. Tkachenko Kursk (18 May 51) Moscow (1 Apr 51) Moscow-Gor'kiy (9 Oct 49) Orel (18 May 51) Tula (6 Apr 51) Moscow-Ryazan' System: head, Nachuchenko (62) Michurinsk (19 Jan 51) Moscow (11 Apr 51) Ryazan' (12 Oct 49) Sasovo (18 Apr 51) Tambov (28 Dec 49) Yaroslavl' System: head, V. N. Osvyannikov (62) Ivanovo (13 Dec 50) Moscow-Butyrskaya (1 Apr 5,1) Mr,scow (20 Nov 49) Rybinsk (18 Apr 50) Savelovo also referred to as Fourth DivisioJ (28 Sep 50) Vspol'ye (13 Dec 50) SECRET S-E-C-R-E-T . Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S-E-C .R-E-T Divisions Moscow (23 Nov 49) Pavelets (25 Nov 49) Stalinogorsk (23 Nov 49) Uzlovaya (1 Apr 51) Yelets (12 Oct 49) Moscow Inner Belt Linee head, Skvortsov (68) Divisions Moscow (3 Jun 50) Moscow-Kiev System: head, V. Bogdanov (68) Divisions Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Archeda (25 Nov 49) Morozovskaya (25 Mar 51) SECRET Ci 1 Stalingrad (19 Jul 49) 50X1-HUM Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Donets Railroad Okrug: head, I. Kovalev (69) North Donets System: head, Ya. Krivenko (7) Divisions Debal'tsevo (19 May 50) Krasnyy Liman (23 May 51) Kupyansk (25 May 51) Popasnaya (1 Sep 50) 'Starobel'sk (19 May 50) Voroshilovgrad (13 Apr 51) South Donets System: head, A. Gladkikh (62) Ilovayskoye (4 Mar 51) Krasnoarmeyskoye (4 Mar 51) Slavyansk (28 Mar 51) Volnovakha (11 Jun 50) Yasinovataya (4 Mar 51) Southeastern System: head, Okhremchik (62) Gryazi (22 Apr 51) Likhaya (11 Jan 50) Liski (5 Oct 49) Povorino (1 Apr 51) Rossosh; (16 Mar 51) nt lshcilcvv ~8 Apr 51) Voronezh (22 Apr 51) Southern System: head, N. Dmitryuk (7) Divisions Belgorod (23 May 51) Kremenchug (27 May 51) Lozovaya (27 May 51) Osnova (16 Mar 51) Poltava (6 Oct 49) Smorodino (25 Mar 51) Stalin System: head, K. G. Kolomiytsev (62) Dnepropetrovsk (28-Mar 51) Dolgintsevo (28 Mar 51) Melitopol' (27 May 51) Simferopol' (10 Dec 50) Zaporozh'ye (11 Feb 51) Stalingrad System: head, Tishchenko (68) M Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S -E-C -R-E -T Far Eastern Railroad Okrug: head, Korchachenko (70) Amur System: head, I. Gulyayev (62) b Divisions Kuybyshevka Vostochnaya (27 Nov 49) Skovorodino (14 Dec 49) East Siberia System: head, Nesterenko (22) Divisions Irkutsk (30 Nov 49) Ulan-Ude (23 May 51) Zima (16 Nov 49) Bikin (23 May 51) Khabarovsk (13 Jan 50) Komsomol 'sk (30 Mar 51) Muli (13 May 51) Oeluch'ye (30 Mar 51) Krasnoyarsk System: head, Zakatov (22) Ilanskaya (26 Nov 50) Krasnoyarsk (23 May 51) Primorskiy System: head, Taryannikov (62) Divisions Ruzhino (27 Jan 50) Vladivostok (15 Jun 50) Voroshilov-Usuriyskiy (26 Mar 50) South Sakhalin System: head, Olonov (65) Kholmsk (11 Oct 50) Poronaysk (11 Oct 50) Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (First) (11 Oct 50) Transbaykal System: head, Fateyev (70) Chita (3 Aug 48) Khilok (11 May 51) Shilka (30 Nov 49) 1ECRET S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S-i:-C-it-E-T Babayevo (16 Aug 50) Buy (Third) (29 Mar 50) Nyandoma (10 Feb 50) S-E-C-R-is-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 ;uii oad Uktuy: head, Ivan Aleksandrovich (1:7) r,j n : head, Fotov (62) b Estc ni;:n ,_yat Divi::ionc Pyrrnu (L Apr 51.) (9 Oct 119) 'r,-i?tu (1 Aug U) inin ::ysteri: head, it. Vasil'yev (62) Medvedevo (].3 May 57.) Idoscow? (30 Nov 1+9) iizhev (30 Nov 49) Velikiye Luki (23 Piay 51.) iarov Systera: head, Kulak (71) Kcm' (25 Apr 51) 14urrnansk (10 Dec 50) petrozavodsk (25 Apr 51) Sortavala (25 Nov 49) Volkhovstroy (I.6 May 51) Latvian System: head, A. S. Bondarenko (65) Daugavpils (26 Feb 51) Lepaya (16 May 51) Rezekne (16 May 51) Riga (23 Nov 1,9) YelCava (12 Jul 50) Leningrad System: head, Lhuravl.ev (62) 1!.ivisions Dno (22 Dec 50) Leningrad-Baltiyskiy, (12 May 50) Leningrad-Varshavskiy (2 Feb 50) Leningrad-Vitebskiy (11 Jan 50) Pskov (27 May 51) Northern System: head, Ivan Vasil'yevich Kolpakov Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S-P-C-It-is T iict,>DQr System: head, Osintsev (7) Divisions Bclogoye-Moskovskoye (1 Apr 51) Khvoynaya (13 Mar 51) Leningrad-Finlyandskiy (10 Dec 50) Leningrad-Moskovskiy (27 May 51) I,oscow (13 Apr 51) Vyborg (11 Mar 51) Pechora System: head, Shevchenko (6C) Izhmm, (18 Nov 49) Knyazh-:'ogost (25 Nov 49) Kochmes (29 Apr 51) Kotlas (30 Dec 49) I,u1oy (30 Dec 49) 14urashi (30 Mar 51) Vorkuta (]3 May 51) Southwestern Railroad Okrug: head, German Vasil'yevich Kovalev (72) Kishinev System: head, M. Sorokin (73) Divisions Bessarabskaya L/-also referred to as First Divisio] 16 Sep 119 Chernovtsy_(29 Apr 51) Kishinev Lalso referred to-as Second Division (29 Apr 51) Kovel' System: head, N. PepYOV (73) hovel' (13.MaY 51) Sarny (].3 flay 51) L'vov System: head, G. Golovchenko (62) Lvov (30 Mar 51) Stanislav (22 Feb 51) Uzh prod (17 Mar 50) Odessa System: head, Sushchenko (74) Kotovsk (21 Jun 50) Pomoshnaya (25 May 51) Shevchenko (25 Jun 50) Znamensl: (30 Dec 49) SECRET - 12 - S -E -C -R -i -^1 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 r'astov (25 May 51) Grebenka (h t.2Dr 51) Kiev (25 May 51) Korosten' (24 Mar 50) Grechany (9 Oct 1i9) Kazatin (16 Mar 51) Shepetovka (Sep 48) Zhmerinsk (17 Sep 50) SECRET Ural-Siberia Railroad Okrug: acting head, Karaganda System: head, S. Yelagin (68) Divisions Akmolinsk (25 Sep 49) Atbasar.(29 Jul 50) Dzhezkazgan (21 Nay 50) Karaganda (25 May 51) Kushmurun (23 May 51) Zhana-Arka (29 May 51) Omsk System: head, N. Stel'makov (68) Barabinsk (28 Oct 49) Ishim (27 May 51) Omsk (13 Apr 51) Petropavlovsk (30 Oct 49) Slavgorod (25 May 51) Chusovskaya (30 Nov 49) Kizel (13 May 51) Kungur (23 Mar 51) Perm' (23 Mar 51) Zuyevka (23 Mar 51) Chelyabinsk (16 May 51) Kartaly (28 Mar 51) Kurgan (5 Jan 51) Sinarskaya (14 Jul 50) Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET - 13 - S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 1 SE-~- L'! T Set, 50) U a?ey 50) Vargashi (i.e iuv 1:9) Ziatuust (2 ` i?1+ay 51) Sver3Jcv3k byatem: heaOborutov (62) i0. nyeh1c.v (';o 14ar 51.) 5) liacics:a~:ins'r: (1 Feu I4izhniy 'iagii (16 Liay 51.) Sverdlovsk (25 May 51) Tyumen' (:-~ May 51) Yegorshino (23 May 51.) 'i....a]: Systea: head, Iduratov (62) Barnaul (~-0 iay 51) I3elovo (].% I ay 51) Novokuznetsk (31 Dec 50) l:ovosibirsk ().3 Sep 1+9) T'ayga (1 Apr 51) Topki (31 Dec 50) dolga liailroad 0krug: head, Koshlyak (16) Kazan' System: head, Romashov (7) vgryz (23 Nov 149) lzhevsk (3 Mar 50) icrasnoufirnsk (11 Dec ):9) i4urom (11 Feb 51) bergach (10 Dec 50) Yudino (23 May 51) Kuybyshev System: head, Mal'ginov (7) Buzulul: (114 Dec 49) Dema (16 Aug 50) Kuybyshev (25 May 51) Penza (19 Way 50) Ruzayevka (22 Sep 50) Sterlitamak (14 Jul 50) Syzran' (25 Nov 49) OrenburO System: head.I. Zadorozhnyy (77) Aktyubinsk (5 Jan 50) Chelkar (13 Sep 50) Gur'yev (10k Nov 49) Kazalinsk (2 Aug 50) Orsk (6 Jan 50) -SECRET. - 114 S-E-C-R-E-T Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Minsk (16 May 51) Moscow (20 Feb 51) Orsha (3 Feb 50) Smolensk (10 Dec 50) Vitebsk (11 Jul 50) Vyaz'ma (16 May 51) SECRET Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET S-E-C-R-L `P itjazan'-Ural system: head, A. Kimstach (62) Astrakhan' (11 May 51) Gtkarsk (1.1 May 51) Pokrovsk (16 May 51) Saratov (11 May 51) Urul'sk (16 May 51) Yershov (12 Oct 49) Ufa System: he, Kozenko (3.6) Bur,ul'ma (11 Feb 51) U1'yanovsk (5 Oct 49) Western Railroad Okrug: head, F. Krasnobayev (73) Belorussian System: head, D. Komarov (68) Divisions Gomel' (29 Jul 50) Iiogilev (~ Nov 49) Unecha (9 Jul 50) Zhlobin (16 Dec 49) Baranovichl (30 Nov 49) Brest (1 Apr 51) Grodno (25 Sep 49) Lithuanian System: head, A. Kozhukovskiy (62) Chernyakhovsk (1 Nov 49) Kaunas (4 Dec 49) 50) Panevezhis Lalso referred to as Fourth Divisio~ (4 Jan :iadvilishlcis (12 Oct-49) Shyaulyay (27 Nov 49) Vil'nyus (17 Sep 49) Western System: head, G. Kotyash (47) Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 1 SEC9ET S-E-C-R-E-P Ur?anizatsiyu Dvi.rheni o. na Zhel.ezncdorozhnom Transporte (Organization of `traffic on railroad Transport), by U. P. ZaClyadiL.ov, A. P. Petrov, and Ye. S. Sergeyev; Trans zheldorizdat, 1947 6. Kosimercheska a Ekspluatatsi a Zheleznykh Doro, SSSR (Commercial Operation ' Transzheldorizdat as T mc?nt , by N. Z. krivoruchko; Muscow, L. ansz e c on - Moscow, Zheleznoclorozhnyy Transport, No 2- ? 1946; No 7, 191F6 3. Moscow, Zheleznodoro;hnyy Transport, No 1, 1947 4. Moscow, Gudol:, 26 Apr 5C. 7. Orlanizatsiya Vagonnopo Y?hozyaystva (Organization of iailroad CManage- 11 1 1 A loco , , . c.ri of the GUSH Railroads b V. P. Fotapov, A. Moscow, 1950 Ho--co-w, Gudok, 16 May 51 8. Ibid., 27 Dec 50 9. Ibid., 23 Feb 51 Moscow, Rechnoy Transport, 28 Jul 50 Moscow, Gudok, 22 Dec 50 Ibid., 25 Apr 51. Ibid., 27 May 51 1.4. Ibid., 13 Apr 51 15. Ibid., 1 Apr 51 16. Ibid., 31 Dec 50- 17. Riga, Sovetskaya Latviya, 5 Apr 50 18. Moscow, Gudok, 8 Apr 51 19. Ibid., 6 Sep co 20. Ibid., 12 Jul 50 21. Moscow, Gudok, 2 Mar 51 22. Ibid., 20 May 51 23. Ibid., 14 Dec 49 24. Ibid., 7 Feb -51 25. Ibid., 16 Aug 50 26. Ibid., 30 Aug 50 27. Ibid., 11 May 51 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET Dec: :l..,c. .. _..,._.na1'nyye j, Belorussi:; a, 29 r.lay 7 r;cot, uchi c7.'skaya 0azeta ug 50 _5 Feb 51 L: C: 1 ~ Ibid.,, (. Ibid.; 'V i;ec 50 Ibis., ~, .:ar 51 Ibid. iday 50 Ibid., ;:7 !pr 51 0bshcheetvennyye Revizory v aor'be za Bezopasnost' 1)vizheniya Poyezdov (Rai'. Traffic :~aafety Inspectors i7ranszhe1duri7-dat, 1950 51. tdosoo: , i ud: k, 16 mar 5). 52. Tbid.; '^ '-nec 1;9 h ciov 1+9 51;. Ibid., 1.6 Apr 50 55. Ibid., 21 Jul.54) 56. Omo!', Omskiy Zheleznodcrozhnik, ;'0 (=_~r 50 SECRET 50X1-HUM Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5 SECRET 50X1-HUM I ~i... iGl. :.., 2, Jun 5( i?iar C7. Ib i;i ., . I?iay 51 1; ,un ;' . iL id . , 21; Jec C5. I i:'., :+cly 5 . 'C. a .. ;.tc , riuz3khstane'r. ye i i'CtvC'? r, _ 5 Ii~^r.?.?, I?iorekovsl:c.;;a crav:'.~, 7 ,tm 51 Id._ SCr '.', viadk)k, 4 Feb '.I. (ice .L..1..., 1 7' aeC 'A'; .ii,i..., 1; Mar 51. 71. , ~t:rc..cvodsk, Len:inskcy,. Zncsya, Jun 5C 72. ev, Pravda Ukrui.ny, 1.9 Muy 5C. 7 i4'_:ccu , udcL, GI+ Mar 51 "Ill. ibId., 6 Feb 5! 75. full', ., ...... be 50 16 Feb 'I 7 7 . b.d., _ Uct 5J SECRET Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/23: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700020147-5