Most Scenic Train Routes In India To Travel
If you live in India, you must be well aware of the Indian Railways. Indian Railways have been providing service for more than 50-years. Travelling through great routes across the country with scenic view is quite delightful moment. Here are a few ‘Most Scenic Train Routes In India To Travel’.
- Kashmir Valley Railway
The Kashmir Valley is a truly scenic route with 100 bridges and 20-tunnels passing through the Himalayas. Recently, the great chilling place has been in news for the good reason. It is soon hosting a tallest Indian Railway bridge which is under construction. The project is most challenging for the Indian railway system. As the route passes through major earthquake zones and extreme cold chilling temperature.
- Kalka – Shimla Toy Train
The Himalayan Queen is the train which passes through 864- bridges and 107-tunnels, it is noted for most picturesque routes in India. The charm of Himalayan range adds unique glee to the trip.
- Konkan Railways
The Konkan Railways offer great and amazing natural beauty around the route. It includes magnificent and mesmerizing Sahyadri Mountain ranges with stunning lakes, river bridges and stunning curves.
- Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is another great train route. It is one of the 5-mountain Railway route which is declared as a World Heritage Site for its spectacular view and remarkable journey. Ghum railway station is an another rail line which is known for highest railway station.
- Guwahati – Lumding – Silchar
This route is also known as the Aroma of Assam and is known for a flavour of Assam. This route too is noted for lush greenery and amazing river valley with charming tea gardens around. It is also known as the most dangerous stretch of railway.
- Nilgiri Mountain Railway
The Nilgiri Express, which crosses through rolling hills of Nilgiri ranges and offer stunning nature view around.
- Blue Sea Ride
Rameshwaram- Pamban – Mandapam offers amazing route and second longest sea bridge in India. It connects Rameshwaram on Pamban Island to rest routes of India. A voyage on this sea bridge over flat blue aqueous carpet on Palk Strait is exciting!