The 10 Most Terrible Train Routes in the World
Trains including transportation modes are quite attractive because of their timeliness. Having a special route, it’s very natural that the train has accurate timeliness. But, what if the train route challenges adrenaline?
Some train routes in the world are not as easy as you think. Many of them have to go through steep cliffs. Well, here are 10 of the most horrible train routes in the world that make engineers have to be extra careful and concentrated.
The Death Railway, Thailand-Burma
In fact the railway is a burma property and is called the burma railway, called The Death Railway because the railway did look terrible. That was a 415-kilometre 258 mil railway between Ban Pong, Thailand, and Thanbyuzayat, Burma. This railway completed the rail link between Bangkok, Thailand, and Yangon.
Minamiaso Railway Takamori Line, Japan
This is a Japanese railway line in Kumamoto Prefecture, between Tateno Station, Minamiaso, and Takamori Station, Takamori.
Georgetown Loop Railroad, Colorado
Located in the Rocky Mountains in Clear Creek County, adjacent to Interstate 70 in Colorado. What is remarkable about this train line is the link between Georgetown and Silver Plume which is separate because of the canyon of Clear Creek in the Rocky Mountains west of Denver.
The train line from the direction of Chennai to Rameswaram, India is connected using the Annai Indira Gandhi bridge. The scenery when you cross the bridge is very beautiful and terrible. Because the bridge is in the middle of the sea, sometimes the railroad is closed because the sea level rise is quite dangerous.
White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, Alaska
Linking the port of Skagway, Alaska, with Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon, this railroad is one of the terrible ones. Because of an isolated system, there are no other lines connected to this railroad.
Tren A las Nubes, Argentina
The name of this train line is Train to the Clouds. The service runs along the eastern part of the Salta–Antofagasta railway line of the Belgrano Railway that connects the Argentine Northwest with the Chilean border in the Andes, the fifth highest railway in the world.
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
This Trains depart daily from Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado. The line was originally built to support mining operations in the San Juan Mountains, mainly around Durango and Silverton 1881
Liaison of the towns of George and Knysna in the Western Cape, South Africa. The scenic 67-kilometre (3 hours), following the rugged coastline of the Garden Route, passing through Victoria Bay, Wilderness, Goukamma, and Sedgefield before ending by crossing a bridge over the lagoon in Knysna.
Kuranda Scenic Railway, Australia
The railway is 37 km in length. The tropical gardens Kuranda rail station are a well-known attraction in the area. The tourist train stops at a lookout, with a sweeping view of Barron Falls. You will love the beautiful scenery of the train ride complex, but also a little because it is close to steep cliffs.
Argo Gede, Indonesia
Argo Gede Train is an executive class, and this train is one of the oldest executive-class metered trains that have lasted 15 years of operation. But now, because the Argo Gede train has not been operated, and is replaced with Argo Parahyangan. The path that is quite horrifying from this train passes the Cisomang bridge and Cikubang bridge, West Java.