In our latest blog post offering, rail adventurer Matthew Woodward shares his thoughts on the ever changing time zones of the Trans-Siberian railway.
Within the Russian Federation there are no less than 11 time zones (including some daylight saving zones). No other country in the world has this expanse of longitude and getting anyone to agree on what is the right time of day can become a frequent debate on the Trans-Siberian.
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