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Tibet? Pah! A £20m ride puts the Highlands at your feet

Geek’s Guide to Britain  The world’s highest railway is the Xining-Golmud-Lhasa railway at 5,068m (16,627ft) above sea level and running 815km (506 miles). As much a political piece as a transport corridor, the line was designed to fuse China with Tibet – the country the People’s Republic invaded and annexed in 1950.…

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