New Trans-Siberian rail link would mean passengers could travel 6,000 miles from London to TOKYO

New Trans-Siberian rail link would mean passengers could travel 6,000 miles from London to TOKYO
 

A new Japanese plan envisages extending the Trans-Siberian railway, potentially allowing passengers to travel all the way from London to Tokyo by train - a distance of 6,000 miles.
The new link would bypass Vladivostok, currently the final stop on the world famous route, with a four-mile bridge or tunnel linking the city of Khabarovsk to the Russian Pacific island of Sakhalin.
From here the new rail connection would cross to the northerly Japanese island of Hokkaido, requiring a 26-mile tunnel.
Reports in the Japanese and Russian media say the Tokyo government along with potential investors... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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