От: Patrick Bonacker (email@example.com)
Дата: Wed May 20 1998 - 16:08:33 EDT
on April 29, 1998, Dima Zinoviev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Internet server SEIS is pleased to introduce the first on-line map of
>Russian, CIS, and Baltic railways.
>Any additional information would be appreciated and will be
>included in further editions of the map.
>The URL of the map is:
First, I wonder if the following is really true:
Transsib to Zilovo - AC, Zilovo to Ksenievskaya - DC, from Ksenievskaya AC
Second, in different maps (incl. World maps on CD-ROMs) I found some more
lines in Siberia -
the part of Russia I'm most interested in.
Here, I list only the longer lines - I'm sure there's also a lot of short
ones which are hard to display in the map's scale.
1) Bodaybo-Marakan & a branch to some place north of Kropotkin
(N of Irkutsk oblast; overall lenght up to 180 km; most likely narrow gauge
as AFAIK there's a narrow gauge loco standing in Bodaybo)
2) Novoil'insk (at Transsib) - Zun-Khuray - Egita & branch to Kizhinga
(Buryatiya; length about 200 km)
3) Priargunsk - Uryupino (along left bank of Argun river = Chinese border to
the mouth of Budyumkan river; Chita oblast; over 300 km)
Does anybody have some information about these lines, their history, and
ever existed? narrow gauge? abandoned? etc.
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