The Trans-Siberian Railway
The Trans-Siberian Railway, the Great Siberian Route (historical name) is a railway through Eurasia, connecting Moscow with the largest East Siberian and Far Eastern industrial cities of Russia. The length of the highway is 9288.2 km, it is the longest railway in the world. The highest point of the way: Apple Pass (1019 m above sea level). In 2002, complete electrification was completed.