Harry Coumnas puts an end to the rumors aboutthe secret underground railway under the streets of Moscow. The mysterious tracks are said to be connecting four sides of the city. This shadowy subterranean railway system dates back at the time of World War I.
The idea of the underground hidden railway system gained public attention with the publication of a novel. Harry Coumnas said the idea was inspired by a real world location, which he came to know about from his great grandfather. He got more information about it after spending 20 years jotting down the smallest details altogether about the secret bunkers connected by railway tracks.
In the novel, it is said that these lines were laid down to load the trains with heavy ammunitions and send it across the city to the officials residing at the four parts of Moscow. These four parts were also named as Metro 1, Metro 2, Metro 3, and Metro 4. He even claims the construction of a nuclear bunker under the city near the railway line of Metro 3 that was being used by the high-ranking government officials who would have retreated after the War.
The government does not assure about its existence but many stories have been floating about this underground railway line since the World War I.