Top 10 Most Famous Trains In The World

When trains first appeared they were able to revolutionize the way in which people traveled. In its modern record, trains have been able to be part of significant events, especially when it comes to the services provided for common travelers. Let’s have a look at the ten most famous trains in the world.

Top 10 Famous Trains in the World:-

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10 – Ghan:

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Ghan

This train was part of the first train service that went from Adelaide to Darwin in a north-to-south route that covered the whole of Australia. The builders of the train decided to give it the name of Ghan because in the desert lands it was common to use camel trains before the train service appeared. When it first ran, more than seven years ago, it had forty-three coaches and it could transport more than three hundred passengers.

9 – Eurostar:

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Eurostar

When it first started working back in 1994, the main purpose of the Eurostar was to transport people who wanted to go from London to Paris and Brussels through the English Channel. The Eurostar reaches a speed of 300 kilometers an hour and since it first started working it has transported more than fifty million people.

8 – TGV:

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TGV

This stands for Train a Grande Vitesse or as people commonly refer to a high speed train that first started working in 1981. This is one of the most famous trains in the world because it is actually an electric train that runs from Paris to Lyon. It is also famous because it set a new speed record in 1990 of more than five hundred kilometers an hour.

7 – Bullet Train:

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Bullet Train

Since Japan is an overpopulated country, authorities decided to create a means of transport that could carry great amounts of people at very high speeds. In 1964, just when the Tokyo Olympic Games were going to take place, the fastest train started to run.

6 – Blue Train:

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Blue Train

This is one of the most famous trains because of the luxury it offers. The train runs from Cape Town to Pretoria in South Africa. This train service has been available since 1939 and offers beautiful decorated in blue coaches, this is why the train gets its name.

5 – Golden Arrow:

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Golden Arrow

In 1929 the Golden Arrow appeared and gave passengers the chance to go from Victoria Station in London to Dover, where they could take a ferry across the English Channel and use the services of the French Fleche D’Or to get to Paris. However, in 1971 it stopped working because there were more modern services on offer.

4 – Flying Scotsman:

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Flying Scotsman

Tn 1923 the Flying Scotsman started running from King’s Cross Station in London to Edinburgh. However, after forty years of carrying passengers, the Flying Scotsman stopped running.

3 – Trans-Siberian Express:

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Trans-Siberian Express

This is the perfect rail service if you want to get from Moscow to Vladivostok in the shortest possible time. This is one of the most famous trains in the world because it travels more than 9,000 kilometers, which means it has the longest rail line in the world.

2 – 20th Century Limited:

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20th Century Limited

From 1902 to 1967, the 20th Century Limited transported passengers from New York to Chicago. People think this is the second most famous train in the world. However, when the Pennsylvania Railroad launched the Broadway Limited and the competition was too fierce, the 20th Century Limited stopped running.

1 – Orient Express:

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Orient Express

In 1883 the Orient Express started carrying passengers from France to Bulgaria but only a few years later it extended its lines to get to Turkey. When it was first launched, the Orient Express traveled through six different countries and it was a very stylish way of traveling. In 1977, the train stopped carrying passengers but some time later it opened for business again.

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Updated: February 7, 2017 — 9:12 pm

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  1. I think the flying Scotsman would be more like 2nd
    It’s a lot more famous than 20th century ltd carried less people but now days more famous

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