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Railway station between Dudinka and Norilsk, Taimyr, Russia, February 1992

Snowstorms and other severe winter conditions are a challenge for keeping the main transport routes in Northern Siberia open. Eurasia's northernmost railway line connects the capital of Taimyr, Dudinka, with the airport and big mining town Norilsk.
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