Trans-Siberian Railway

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Trans-Siberian Railway

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(Placename) a railway in S Russia, extending from Moscow to Vladivostok on the Pacific: constructed between 1891 and 1916, making possible the settlement and industrialization of sparsely inhabited regions. Length: 9335 km (5800 miles)
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Why I moved here: Discovered Mongolia whilst travelling on the Trans Siberian Railway, I fell in love with the country so when I retired from the Royal Mail, I decided to come back to teach English as a volunteer in the state schools.
I like long train trips so I'd love to do the Trans Siberian Railway.
Where on the Pacific does the Trans Siberian Railway end?
MOST of us have heard about the Trans Siberian railway which takes travellers all the way from Moscow across Siberia to Mongolia and China.
The officials from two countries also agreed to hold expert-level talks, including South and North Koreas and Russia, to discuss linking the Korea railroad system to the Trans Siberian Railway (TSR) and expanding ship container operations.
There were eggs to commemorate the coronation of Czar Nicholas II, the completion of the Trans Siberian Railway and anniversaries.
IF you were asked to think of the world's greatest train journeys, the Orient Express to Vienna, the Great Trans Siberian railway and the Ghan line through the Australian Outback might spring readily to mind.