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Black Sea Railway

Central Asian Railway


Trans-Caspian Railway (also called the Central Asian Railway), is a railway that follows the path of the Silk Road through much of western Central Asia. It was built by the Russian Empire during its expansion into Central Asia in the 19th century. During the Soviet period and beyond, the road ... [Alistair MacKenzie]

Gorelektrotrans


Tram 3912 operating on the no 6 route in St. Petersburg on 19 February 2012. Once the biggest system in the world, this is now much reduced. [Colin Miller]

Great Siberian Railway


Railway Station in Manchuria on The Great Siberian Railway between Vladivostock and St Petersburg and on to Murmansk, it was continued on to Peking and was built between 1891 and 1916. [Extracts from GSR StP to Peking by MM Shoemaker]. [Alistair MacKenzie]

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