What to expect when you click on a "Route"Champagne? Confetti? Fireworks?
At the top of the page you will see the full set of stations as placemarks on a Google Map. The placemark number corresponds to the station sequence. You can read more about a location by clicking on the placemark and then on the placename.
Just below the interactive map is a subtle link that will bring you back back to this page.
Then we get to the good stuff. The timeline is next, showing the tweet thread for the itinerary. Navigate using the black arrows on either side or by dragging the timeline in either direction. Once you have scrolled the timeline, we recommended going back and opening the initial tweet so that you can see the full content. Page through from there using the arrows on either side of the page or making use of the handy blue "continue" button at the bottom of the screen. Return to main route page using the (subtle) link at the top. There is a "How to Use This Page" guide on every route page to help you with all of this.
The tags are at the bottom of the page, and this is definitely a case of last-but-not-least. Our method for assigning tags is simple: if the Handbook mentions the Cathedral of the Transfiguration on the Volga Quay in Ruibinsk (Rybinsk), we assign the "Orthodox churches" tag to Ruibinsk. And so on. You will not be able to tell how many churches there are in Ruibinsk, or what their names are. The tag indicates only that there is at least one Orthodox church in that location. To dig into all of the good meaty details you will need to open up the Handbook.