Konstantin Wasserman was the head of the Tbilisi Railway and asked his employee and his son if there would be any more enthusiasts to build the road. There were a lot of them. Wasserman took the boys to the head of the Caucasian railway. They set a condition: if children study the railway business and can manage this road - it is possible. The children and Wasserman were sent to find out the area for the project. Soon the place was allocated. The location was near the park outside the city. That's how the railroad started.