Trans-Siberian Railroad By Mason L. Harder

The Trans-Siberian Railway is a network of railways connecting Moscow with the Russian Far East. With a length of 9,289 kilometers (5,772 miles), it is the longest railway line in the world. There are connecting branch lines into Mongolia, China and North Korea. It has connected Moscow with Vladivostok since 1916, and is still being expanded. It was built between 1891 and 1916 under the supervision of Russian government ministers personally appointed by Tsar Alexander III and his son, the Tsarevich Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II). Even before it had been completed, it attracted travelers who wrote of their adventures. Russia has expressed desire to Pakistan for participation in China–Pakistan Economic Corridor by linking Trans Siberian railway with Gwadar Port, Pakistan. [1]

This is if I were to go and take a train on Saturday from Moscow to Beijing.
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