Trans-Manchurian Railway

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Taken in Irkutsk, Russia. The Cyrillic reads Moscow - Pekin
Taken in Zabaikalsk, Russia, where a break-of-gauge switches the track gauge to Chinese — two gauges are present

Trans-Manchurian Railway is branch line of Trans-Siberian Railway. It connect Trans-Siberian Railway and Harbin–Manzhouli Railway. It branches at Tarskaya. In Borzya, branch International railroad connect Choibalsan; however, that line does not operate for passengers to Mongolia.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lonely Planet Mongolia: Choibalsan transport