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English: Bashkir switchman on the Trans-Siberian, near the town of Ust' Katav on the Yuryuzan River between Ufa and Cheliabinsk in the Ural Mountain region of European Russia
Date 1910
Source Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii Collection (Library of Congress)
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