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Didn't actually see the bridge as much as travel over it when on the Trans Siberian. Although not the original the railway bridge over the Amur River is historically significant as it was the last remaining challenge to be overcome when constructing the Trans Siberian...More
We spent a day in Khabarovsk to break our journey on the Trans Siberian railway rom Moscow to Vladivostok. It was minus 24 degrees when we arrived and covered in snow. We walked from the station to the river front where it was frozen and...More
If you are a visitor your friends will probably take you there to see the great view from the bridge . You will see also a museum of the old bridge with one section of the old bridge left for show.
Don't choose weekends as...More
The bridge over the Amur is one of those things that I will never grasp to understand completely. The original bridge built in early 20th was a classic, yes. It served to close the Trans-Siberian train railway. But since 1999 it is no more. One...More