Haunting images of this Railway to Nowhere, built by Gulag convicts in the cruellest of conditions on the cusp of the Arctic Circle.
Today all that survives here is abandoned machinery, empty barracks, and miles of barbed wire.
Bent, contorted rails. Rusting steam engines.
Fallen down bridges across permafrost rivers that each cost hundreds of lives to construct in a region with winter temperates below 50C.
Around these twisted tracks lie the graves of unknown hundreds of thousands who expired here…
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