Trans-Siberian Railway journey — in about three minutes

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LONDON — Few passenger trips are — or will ever be — as long as a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. That trans-Asia, Moscow-to-Vladivostok adventure can take seven days, at a minimum, but could be longer for passengers who make stops along the way. One videographer spliced scenes from his travels on the railroad into an approximately three-minute short making one of the world's famed passenger trains just a tad more accessible.
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