Московская железная дорога
585 километров стального кольца. Самобытная лесная дорога, частично проходящая по радиальным линиям на территории Москвы, Московской и Владимирской областей.
О чем на этом сайте?
С 2009 года группа энтузиастов стала собирать и публиковать информацию о Большом кольце Московской железной дороги в сообществе ЖЖ ru-bmo. Они не были первыми, точно не будут последними, но пока это наибольший по размерам архив фото, видео и текстов, включая исторические, по проекту Большого кольца. Со временем появилась группа ВКонтакте, и в Telegram. Обязательно добавляйтесь везде. И листайте до конца страницу, есть кое-что еще любопытное!
И мы продолжаем )
15 ноября 1870
Когда все реально началось

Датой рождения кольца принято считать 15 ноября 1870 года, когда был открыт участок Воскресенск - Егорьевск. Но тогда это была всего лишь промышленная ветка к предприятию от новой железной дороги Москва - Коломна - Рязань. И почти 100 лет к этому небольшому участку добавлялись новые, чтобы в итоге стать Большим Кольцом.

Сегодня на БМО осуществляется, в основном, грузовое движение. Пассажирские перевозки поездами дальнего следования минимальны и сезонны. Пригородное сообщение на кольце присутствует на всем протяжении, но с разной интенсивностью. Летом вагоны БМО заполняют дачники, проезжая до электричек радиальных направлений.

By the end of the decade, it was pretty much done though. So now people had nothing, in particular, to believe in. They still had their DIY clothes and wild hairstyles, but no wave already.
And this is as fashionable as it gets for sports fans.
Grunge comes to the UK
Nirvana makes their famous Top of the Pops appearance
Nirvana does Top of the Pops performance, where, not allowed to play live, they just show off all over the place. And as the UK youth saw this happening, they did not exactly fall in love with Grunge but rather got the idea for their own attitude of the next decade. "The Scene That Celebrates Itself", as they call it, was finding its way.


"Our current state sucks. Let's look for something interesting in the past. Let's pretend the past is still here."
First Acknowledgement
Suede make it to the magazine cover
It was this issue of the Select magazine that stated that Britpop is a thing. It featured Suede, The Auteurs, Denim, Saint Etienne, and Pulp. No Blur and no Oasis yet.
Suede were one of the first bands to establish themselves in this new genre. They set the guidelines for everyone to follow. As the journalist John Harris wrote, "If Britpop started anywhere, it was the deluge of acclaim that greeted Suede's first records: all of them audacious, successful and very, very British"
April 1994
Blur release their third studio album, Parklife
The singles include:

1. "Girls & Boys"
Released: March 7, 1994
2. "To the End"
Released: May 30, 1994
3. "Parklife"
Released: August 22, 1994
4. "End of a Century"
Released: November 7, 1994

"Blur went from being regarded as an alternative, left field arty band to this amazing new pop sensation"
— Graham Coxon, |Blur
August 1994
Oasis releases their debut album, Definitely Maybe
The singles include:

1. "Supersonic"
Released: April 11, 1994
2. "Shakermaker"
Released: June 13, 1994
3. "Live Forever"
Released: August 8, 1994
4. "Cigarettes & Alcohol"
Released: October 10, 1994
5. "Rock 'n' Roll Star"
Released: May 1995 (US radio single)
"We don't want to be an indie band from England who've had a couple of hits. We want to go on and be an important band and there's certain things you've got to do."
— Noel Gallagher, Oasis
Young British Artists
Damien Hirst gets Turner prize for a divided cow
The similar go-get-'em moods dominate the art scene. Young British Artists, led by Damien Hirst, are making art as outrageous as possible. In 1995, Hirst himself gets the Turner Prize (the most prestigious prize in Fine Arts) for "Mother and Child (Divided)" - the installation consisting of a cow and a calf, divided in halves and put in tanks of formaldehyde.
Sarah Lucas' Self Portrait and "I'm Desperate" by Gillian Wearing


The Anthem on Air
She came from Greece, she had a thirst for knowledge
The song Common People released by Pulp in 1996 is voted a Britpop anthem. In a 2012 question and answer session on BBC Radio 5 Live Cocker said that he was having a conversation with the girl at the bar at [Central Saint Martins] college because he was attracted to her, although he found some aspects of her personality unpleasant. He remembered that at one point she had told him she "wanted to move to Hackney and live like 'the common people"
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