Trans Siberian Train

The Trans-Russian

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Trans-Russian Timetable

The ‘Trans-Russian’ is the oldest section of the Trans-Siberian railway, covering 9289km between Moscow in European Russia and Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East.

Construction began on May 31st 1891 when the foundation stone of the railway was laid by Tsarevich Nicholas II and was completed when construction of the Khabarovsk Bridge spanning the Amur River was finished in 1916; with trains beginning to run from October of that year.

The ‘Trans-Russian’ passes through the heart of Siberia, passing many of Russia’s major cities, such as PermYekaterinburgNovosibirsk and Irkutsk; while also passing such natural wonders as the Ural Mountains, Lake Baikal (the world’s largest freshwater lake) and the Ob River (the seventh longest river in the world).

While there are many trains that travel along all, or part, of this route we have put together a selection of the most popular trains with many of the most popular destinations; travelling both west and east. For a more comprehensive schedule of the many different destinations and trains along this route, please visit our Trans-Siberian Journey Planner.

Each table shows which stations these select trains stop at on their journey. For further information on any train, select its row, and you will see, for each station:

  • It’s transit time to that station
  • Arrival time at that station
  • Which day of travel you arrive
  • How long the train will be standing at that station
  • What time you depart
  • The day of travel you depart

Further, by following the links to the left, you will find information on each train (including their average prices), the type of train it is, the carriage classes that are available and its schedule.

All times for stations within Russia are based on Moscow Time as is standard for Russian Railways timetables.

Moscow - Vladivostok timetable

Train Details   Moscow Nizhni Novgorod Kirov Perm Yekaterinburg Tyumen Omsk Novosibirsk Krasnoyarsk Irkutsk Ulan-Ude Chita Ulan-Bator Vladivostok
  Km 0 461 917 1,397 1,778 2,104 2,676 3,303 4,065 5,153 5,609 6,166 8,493 9,259
MT+ 0 0 0 +2 +2 +2 +3 +3 +4 +5 +5 +6 +7 +7
2  
4        
6        
8                
20      
44      
70        
100    
306                          

Vladivostok - Moscow timetable

Train Details   Ulan-Bator Sukhe-Bator Naushki Ulan-Ude Irkutsk Krasnoyarsk Novosibirsk Omsk Tyumen Yekaterinburg Perm Kirov Nizhni Novgorod Moscow
  Km 0 767 3094 3651 4107 5195 5957 6584 7156 7482 7863 8343 8799 9259
MT+ 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 0
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3        
5        
7                
19      
43      
69        
99    
305                          

Further information

For more information please feel free to browse through our Trans-Siberian web pages, visit our Trans-Siberian Journey Plannerask your questions in our Knowledgebasespeak to fellow travellers in our forums or get in touch with us directly.

If you would like to travel on one of the other Trans-Siberian routes, head to our Trans-Manchurian timetable or Trans-Mongolian timetable.

You may also check out the live rail times for all routes within Russia by using our live rail schedules tool.