Dear group, I am back to trying to figure out my family's journey from Rowne, Wolyn to the village of Krasnodol'sk, Northern Kazkahstan (nearest big city, Petropavlovsk).
Attached is a google earth map which has a yellow pin for Krasnodol'sk. There are also pins for:
1) Moskalenki Station, Omska Oblast Russia (a train departed Zdolbunow on 17th April 1940 to this destination)
2) Pawoldar Station, Pawlodarksa, Kazakhstan (a train departed Luck on 15th April 1940 to this destination)
3) Ak-Kul Station, Akmolinska, Kazakhstan (a train departed Sarny on 14th April 1940 to this destination)
There was also a train departing Sarny on 16th April 1940 to Briedy Station, Czelabinska in Kazakhstan however that
seems to far away to Krasnodol'sk to be an option.
Based on train charts in Wolyn it is likely that all these departing trains would either have gone through Rowne, or in the case of the train departing from Zdolbunow, the deportees would have been transported there from Rowne which was very nearby.
If anybody has a point of view on the like most likely scenario I would love to know. Moskalenki Station in Omska Oblast looks to be the actual closest station to Krasnodol'sk... however given Krasnodol'sk is in Kazakhstan would the deportees to the Omska Oblast have been transferred to Kazakhstan or remained in Omska Oblast???
Thanks for any help