Strassendorf (Street Village) was founded about 1855 probably by people from Pobochnoye and Yagodnaya Polyana and by people from the daughter colonies Schoendorf and Schoenfeld, Strassendorf was at the end of the long "highway" from Saratov.
It was a Lutheran town and people probably went to Schoendorf for church and religious activities and for secondary school. Popp was one know surname of the village. The people were deported to Kazakstan and Siberia in September 1941. Few if any of its people every returned. The village was left to ruin at the hands of the Russians.