By A. I. Dmitriev-Mamonov, A. F. Zdzidrski (eds.)
Trans. L. Kukol-Yasnopolsky
This assortment includes guidebooks in regards to the geography, course, and historic improvement of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. released through the Ministry of Communications in 1900, those books are exact Russian and English types and comprise textual content, photos, maps, and town plans of city parts alongside the path.
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