The latest news from Priority Pass is that a couple lounges at some railway station in Russia have joined the program. Among those are the Business Lounge at the St Petersburg Moskovsky Railway Station and the Business Lounge at the Leningradsky Railway Station in Moscow.
According to the rules mentioned on the Priority Pass website passengers and guests are required to show a valid train ticket for same-day train travel to get access and the stay is limited to maximum three hours prior to the scheduled train departure. But on the other hand most of these lounges seem to be open 24 hours.
Most of these lounges seem to offer some kind of food and snacks and you get complimentary beer and wine. However if you want something else to drink such as spirits, cocktails or some premium brands you will need to pay for them. Apparently the lounges also offer complimentary show shine.
The Business Lounge at the Moscow Kurskaya Railway Station (pictured on the photos) looks pretty cool, at least if you enjoy the more old-fashioned Russian style.