This past weekend, beginning last Friday, Russia pulled another three thousand tanks from various storage depots and began loading them on trains. Those trains are **NOT** all going toward Ukraine; they're heading to Russia's western Border areas.
In particular, areas near Murmansk/Kola, not too far from the Norway/Finland Border, North/northwest of St. Petersburg, near Vyborg, which is not too far from the Finland Border, then more near Kingisepp, near Narva, Estonia (from which it's a straight line to Estonia's Capital, Tallin.
Several trains headed toward Pskov, near the borders of southern Estonia, and northern Latvia.
Several other trains are headed toward Kursk and Belgorad.
Here is video of just ONE of those tank trains:
Those last trains heading near Kursk and Belgorad seem to indicate Russia is bolstering areas where, **perhaps** a Ukraine Counter-Offensive may attack.
The other trains, however, point to a very different situation emerging: Russia is clearly preparing its western border areas to be attacked by NATO.