Where is The World’s Longest Railway Line?
Travelling by train is a common experience, enjoyed by most of us. But travelling for more than one or two days is quite tiring. The world’s longest railway line is the Trans-Siberian Railroad, in the Soviet Union, which stretches over 5,864 miles from Moscow to the Pacific Ocean. It takes more than eight days to cover this distance by train!
The world’s longest subway is in London, stretching more than 255 miles, but only 101 miles of this are underground. The New York subway is 231 miles long, but more of it, about 134 miles, are underground.