Building The Trans-Caspian Railway | Evolution of the Railroad (Engine)
Workers laying rails during the building of the Trans-Caspian Railway, Central Asia, circa 1888. The railway now runs from Turkmenbashi (Krasnovodsk) on the Caspian Sea to Tashkent in modern-day Uzbekistan. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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