I became a railwayman as far back as 1979. I’ve had a long career since then. I can say we have a dynasty of railway employees. My father was a locomotive driver, and my sons and my daughter-in-law work for the railway as well. I found my calling in life: to modernise and create new equipment. When I see that machines can replace manual work, I immediately put a lot of engineering thought into the process and I can work nonstop creating things. I guess my greatest achievement is that I am 67 and they still need me at the production site. I am full of strength and energy for new achievements and I am ready to share my experiences with young people.