Deadly Rail Tracks
Have you ever taken a tricky rail track for your journey? From the most famous Chennai-Rameswaram Route, India to The Death Railway, Thailand; here is a list of top 5 most deadly road tracks from over the globe.
Kuranda Scenic RailwayAustralia
If you are a train journey lover and enjoy the great engineering feats then Kuranda Scenic Railway is meant for you. This famous railway winds its journey to about 1 hour and 45 minutes. Throughout the ride, you can hear some commentary explaining the history of the rainforest and the railway. If you are planning to spend lavishly then the gold class seat of this ultimate train ride is made for you only.
Tren A Las NubesArgentina
Excited for this ultimately adventurous ride? As soon as the train starts and crosses the town; you will hear a commentary stating to close your window panels as due to some political reasons the locals throw rocks through the train's windows. As you cross the town, you will find the shuttle buses chasing the trains' speed along its course. This train to the clouds is one of the most famous rail trips. The trip is an incredible feat of engineering through clouds but offering a notoriously unreliable service.
Known as one of the most dangerous rail routes in India as the bridge crosses the huge Indian Ocean. The bridge is very thin and is perfect for all the adventure birds. Being the second longest bridge in India; the route connects Mandapam in Tamil Nadu to the island of Rameswaram. The route is something that will make you fall in love with; instantly.
The Death RailwayThailand
The Death Railway is one of the most horrendous parts of Thailand's history. While moving ahead over the bridge you will feel the painful history of the encampment and of the labor of men for constructing a 256-mile long bridge that led to the death of over 25000 Asian laborers.
White Pass & Yukon RouteAlaska
White Pass & Yukon Route Railway is among many travelers' favorite things to do in Alaska. Especially when you are traveling from Alaskan Cruise. The route was built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, the White Pass & Yukon Route offers its visitors a chance to step back into the time when the ambitious men and women crossed the unreliable Yukon in an hope to explore some gold and make their fortunes.