who doesn't love a good pit stop? / by Clint Newsom

Siberia. Cold and spacious is a common way to describe Russia’s greater eastern expanse. With the rise of industrialization from land grants by the Russian government, people have been living and thriving in this spacious land for centuries. Before the 20th century, access to these areas were limited. And with all those people living out there in the middle of earth’s greatest continent, there needs to be a cheap and accessible way to trek the almighty land. Enter: The Transsiberian Railroad. Connecting Moscow to Russia’s greater eastern land and the Sea of Japan, the rail route spans over nine thousand Kilometers and has repeatedly been dubbed “The world’s most famous train route.”