Classifier Instance:

Anchor text: Ob
Target Entity: Ob_River
Preceding Context: While the comparative flatness of Western Siberia was at least fairly well served by the gigantic
Succeeding Context: –Irtysh–Tobol–Chulym river system, the mighty rivers of Eastern Siberia—the Yenisei, the upper course of the Angara River (the Angara below Bratsk was not easily navigable because of the rapids), and the Lena—were mostly navigable only in the north-south direction. An attempt to partially remedy the situation by building the Ob-Yenisei Canal was not particularly successful. Only a railway could be a real solution to the region's transport problems.
Paragraph Title: Demand and design
Source Page: Trans-Siberian Railway

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