Welcome to kuchhv today we talking about 5 most dangerous train routes in the world, Train routes are the most common and easiest way of traveling in the entire world, I have remembered my childhood days when the train crossed over the bridge that moments are thrilling and exciting for me, just imagine about those train routes when train running high up spanning mountain passes through the clouds.
Which include some very spectacular views but its too dangerous for weak hearted people, here the top 5 most dangerous train routes around the globe from kuchhv.com
1. Tren A Las Nubes, Argentina
Tren a las Nubes in Argentina. Nowadays, it’s a sight of a global value. On the 217-km rail route, there are 29 formidable bridges, 21 tunnels. Tourists have more than enough chances to feel adventure, that’s what has made this rail route so extremely popular.
This is India’s magnificent railway track which is a great example of engineering itself, yes this track goes straight from Chennai to Rameshwaram and tell you this track has been built on the sea level, sometimes water level is rising But this train moves forward by leaking the water.
3. Aso Minami Route, Japan
This rail track passes through Japan’s most active volcanic region and passengers, can see the lava burned forest close to the track. This is so adventures for passengers.
4. The Death Railway, Thailand
The Death railway, as it is called, is located in Kanchanaburi Province in Thailand bordering Myanmar. It was this section on which hundred of British and American POW’s died during its construction under the Japanese in World war 2. The rail track is very scenic and runs through dark forest cover.
5. Kuranda Scenic Railroad, Australia
This Railtrack passes so close to waterfalls that the water sprays the tracks. The line gets its name for the spectacular views that passengers are afforded as it winds its way through the dense rainforest.
So, these are the top 5 most dangerous rail route around the globe, which one is more exciting please give us some valuable feedback in the comment section.