Saturday, 18 August 2012
Khabarovsk Institute of Railway Engineers, Russia
Now known as the Far Eastern State Transport University (FESTU) was originally established as the Khabarovsk Institute of Railway Engineers on September 8th, 1937. It was the first technical college in the Soviet Far East aimed at training of qualified personnel for the railroads of the East Siberian and Far Eastern regions of Russia.
Khabarovsk, is at the junction of the Amur River and the Trans Siberian railway.