Map of the Great Siberian Route (1903)

Fillipov's map of the great Siberian route, from 1903.

Map of the Great Siberian Route
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Date: 1903
Author: Filippov
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A map of the Trans-Siberian Railway which spans an awesome 5,753 mi (9,259 km) in connecting its Westernmost station, the Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal [gmap], with its Easternmost, Vladivostok [gmap] in the Russian far east.

Now, I only went to a State school, and in my 12 hours of Russian, I got two “D”s. That said, I think this map is showing a spur to the west going to Warsaw. But like I said... I ain't the guy to trust on things like this.

[Matter of fact... my Russian is so bad, I won't even vouch for this being the Trans-Siberian. Hell, I won't vouch for it being Russian.]

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