A home-made steam train, designed by enthusiast Pavel Chilin, rides on a make-shift railway in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. A Russian train enthusiast has built a miniature steam engine and railway 330 metres (0.2 miles) in length on land surrounding his country house in the village of Ulyanovka in the northwestern Leningrad region. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

Enthusiast designer Pavel Chilin looks on as mechanics Sergey Terekhov and Vitaliy Maraev prepare a home-made steam train for a ride on a make-shift railway in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. Pavel Chilin said he had wanted to own a miniature train ever since he saw one as a child during a family trip to Lithuania. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

Enthusiast designer Pavel Chilin walks past his home-made steam train as it rides on a make-shift railway in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. Chilin has been working on the little railway since 2011, but realised his dream of building the train with the help of former railroad worker Sergei Terekhov. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

A home-made steam train, designed by Pavel Chilin, rides on a make-shift railway across country house neighborhood in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. Together Chilin and Terekhov made a concept of the train and developed it from scratch using scrap metal and parts brought by enthusiastic neighbours, finally getting it running on its rails a month ago. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

A home-made steam train, designed by Pavel Chilin, rides on a make-shift railway across country house neighborhood in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. The train may look like a toy, but it does in fact serve a purpose as Chilin uses it to transport construction materials around his land. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

A home-made steam train, designed by Pavel Chilin, rides on a make-shift railway across country house neighborhood in the settlement of Ulyanovka in Leningrad region, Russia November 4, 2019. According to local media, the railway itself is 30 centimetres (11.8 inches) wide and includes nine points to switch the tracks and a eight metre-long (26 feet) bridge. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov