Stranded in a Sleepy Little Far East Town
In the 1970s and '80s, Soviet authorities turned a tiny settlement in the country's Far East into a city that would serve as the hub of a major new railway network, but the project collapsed during the end of communism.
NPR's Gregory Feifer was stuck there for a day after his plane took off without him, and sent this "letter from nowhere."
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