Russia's Lake Baikal in southern Siberia is an impressive 25 million years old and with an average depth of 1,700 metres, it's also the world's deepest lake. In fact, it's so huge locals call it the 'sea' - it contains almost a quarter of the world's freshwater - and part of the Trans-Siberian railway loops around it.
WORLD SHORTEST RUNWAY
ANY RUNWAY IN LIBYA
ABOUT AS LONG AS An AIM9 SIDEWINDER
excellent entertaining article
and franklin wiggleton,
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