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A snapshot of travelling the Trans-Siberian rail

The Transiberian rail: on so many bucket lists. Stretching from Moscow to Beijing, the journey is 1000 kilometres. With 47 stops on the way. Winding through the Russian outback through Mongolia and then to China.


This picture was taken on… the second? Fifth? Maybe even the sixth day of my trip through Russia via Trans-Siberian Rail. After about a day the novelty of being on a train on one of the most renowned train journeys in the world had worn off. The day flowed seamlessly into the night, night seamlessly back into day, and all sense of time eventually disappeared. All I know of this picture is that we were somewhere in the middle of Russia, heading swiftly and surely to the capital of Mongolia. An incredible trip, but one that I will not be taking again!

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