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Trans-Siberian Railway Travel Atlas

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It is not often that one can publish a map that has never been done before. I seem to say that rather frequently! The Trans Siberian is one of the great railway trips of all time, crossing vast areas of steppe land and tundra as it wends its way from Moscow to Vladivostok. There are actually two routes for much of the western portion, and branch off lines to Mongolia and northern China in the east, as well as a very unusual route across the top of Lake Baikal called the Amur, or BAM, line. The only effective way to show east west rail networks this diverse is via an atlas and that is just what we have done. The entire route, with an extra page for those starting in St. Petersburg is covered nicely, with inset pages showing St. Petersburg, Moscow, and the heritage cities of Sergiev Posad and Suzdal. Both branches of the Trans-Siberian are shown and most of the Baikal Amur (BAM) line. This type of map has never been attempted before, so we are anxious to receive feedback.

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It is not often that one can publish a map that has never been done before. I seem to say that rather frequently! The Trans Siberian is one of the great railway trips of all time, crossing vast areas of steppe land and tundra as it wends its way from Moscow to Vladivostok. There are actually two routes for much of the western portion, and branch off lines to Mongolia and northern China in the east, as well as a very unusual route across the top of Lake Baikal called the Amur, or BAM, line. The only effective way to show east west rail networks this diverse is via an atlas and that is just what we have done. The entire route, with an extra page for those starting in St. Petersburg is covered nicely, with inset pages showing St. Petersburg, Moscow, and the heritage cities of Sergiev Posad and Suzdal. Both branches of the Trans-Siberian are shown and most of the Baikal Amur (BAM) line. This type of map has never been attempted before, so we are anxious to receive feedback.

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