These are the world's most dangerous rail routes, people are in awe during travel
Most people prefer to travel by train. The train is a comfortable and cheap transport to get anywhere. People also feel a sense of adventure while traveling by train on many routes. Much natural beauty including mountains, forests, and rivers can be seen from the train. Along with the natural beauty, there are many such rail routes on which there is also fear during the journey. Today we tell you about some such routes.
Cape Town route in South Africa
There is such a train route in South Africa that people are afraid to travel. Yes, Cape Town railway tracks are known for thefts and attacks. There are frequent incidents of thefts and attacks on trains on the Cape Town rail route. Every day some train is canceled due to these attacks and thefts.
Chennai-Rameswaram route in India
The rail route connecting Chennai and Rameswaram in India is one of the most dangerous and adventurous railway routes in the world. This route is known as Pawan Bridge. The length of the Pawan Bridge over the Indian Ocean is 2.3 kilometers. This bridge was constructed in the year 1914. When the sea level rises, this route becomes dangerous.
Argentina's Salta Polverillo Route
A railway route in Argentina is extremely dangerous. This railway route connects Salta with Chile Polverillo and has a length of 217 km. It is as dangerous as it is full of adventure. It was constructed in 27 years and since 1948, trains are running on this rail route. This rail route has 29 bridges and 21 tunnels.
Japan's Aso Miami Route
The White Pass and Yukon Railroad connecting Alaska to Whitehorse, Yukon harbor in Japan are full of adventure. On this train route, you get to see the beauty of nature. On this route, the train climbs three thousand feet, which is quite scary. Therefore this route is considered dangerous.
Ecuador's Devil's Nose
This rail route is at an altitude of nine thousand feet above sea level. The construction of this railway route was completed in about 33 years. It began to be built in 1872 and was completed in 1905. The government had built it to overcome the problems caused by the mountain. It is a unique example of engineering in South America.