The outstanding railway line linking Moscow with the far east of Russia was opened exactly one hundred years ago when it was completed last section of the Trans-Siberian Railway.
After years of construction, it was put into operation in October 1916.
It passes through eight time zones and from the capital to Vladivostok, the travelers are crossing 9288 miles.
On certain parts, the railways is separated so trains are traveling to Mongolia and China.
Many passengers choose section through Mongolia to Beijing, and this line is known as Trans-Mongolian line and is finished in the 50s of last century.