Railroad Atlas of Russia (in cyrillic). Omsk Kartografica Fabrik, 2002. This hardbound atlas, in Russian, covers western, southern, and eastern Russia. The maps show the rail lines, the stations/stops, and the distances between major stations. Also shown are inset city-center maps with spur lines into and through cities, with stations and distances. The rail lines are overprinted on base maps that show lat-long, the main roads, cities/towns/villages, rivers/streams, airports and ferry ports. Hardcover, 255 pages including 70-page index.
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Russia Railroad Map. 1:3,500,000. Roskartografiya, Nov. 2004. Detailed 6-sheet map showing all of the rail lines and stations in Russia. Includes inset maps for the major cities. In Russian.
(Russia) Siberian BAM Railway Guide. Trailblazer. The 3400-km Baikal Amur Mainline (BAM) traverses Siberia from the Pacific Ocean to Lake Baikal, across a rarely-visited part of Russia known as the BAM Zone. This pioneering guide provides detailed information about how to take the train and where to go inthe BAM Zone. 366 pages, 57 black/white photographs.
Siberian BAM Railway
(Russia) Trans-Siberian Railway Handbook. Trailblazer, 7th edition. The most popular guide to the world's longest rail journey and packed with practical information on arranging a trip. Includes a km-by-km guide to the Trans-Siberian Railway, Trans-Manchurain and Trans-Mongolian routes. Fully updated and expanded. 'The Trans-Siberian Handbook is a must.' The Sunday Times.