Trans Siberian Express

Often referred to as the greatest rail journey in the world, the Trans-Siberian express winds its way through a myriad of phenomenal locations.

As the vistas scroll past the window the views change according to the cultures, starting with ramshackle Chinese villages and ending with glamorous Russian cities, with the open plains of Mongolia and Siberia in between.

Trips on the Trans-Siberian are fairly easy to plan and The Man in Seat 61 has some tremendous practical information about train timetables etc, whilst Katie Aune has put together an extremely helpful list of locations and tips.

Here are the snaps from my journey. Enjoy.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Shirley says:

    Ryan, I have just enjoyed a while with your photos. They are super.Congrats.Shirley

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  2. Great pictures!! It might have been once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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