10 longest trains in the world

Basically, a regular freight train is 3.7 kilometers long, and container trains are about 3 kilometers long. More than 35 types of trains pass through it. Usually it has 250 cars, but in 2001 the train set a world record for length and carrying capacity. The maximum length of a freight train in the country is 4.2 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org The Maruti train was launched in India in 2011. The average length of a freight train is 2 kilometers. It usually runs between cities such as Bilaspur and Bhuswal. At that moment, it had 682 wagons, it transported 82,000 tons of ore in one flight, and its length was 7.3 kilometers. Its increase is possible due to the addition of pulling blocks, which allow the length of the train to grow up to 8 kilometers, that is, 3-4 times. Usually it has 250 cars, but in 2001 the train set a world record for length and carrying capacity. The company is developing in 15 mines, and the mined ore is transported by rail with a length of more than 1,700 km. The S-400 is one of the largest trains in America, at 3,659 meters long © Commons.wikimedia.org Rio Tinto Railway Company, Australia. The total length of the train is 3.78 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org jpg” height=”457″ width=”800″ style=”display: block;” /> The Carajas railway is owned by the Brazilian company Vale. If the train is fully loaded, it will hold about 30,000 tons of ore, and will be 2.4 kilometers long © Commons.wikimedia.org Double-deck trains are operated by the National Rail System of Canada and run by several locomotives pulling the train. The ore train travels between Newman and Port Hedland for approximately 8 hours. The road is not used to transport people, only iron ore minerals are transported along it. To connect the ore mining sites in Carajas and the port of Ponta de Madeiro, a railway was launched in 1982, it stretched for 892 km. However, this train is the longest in India © Youtube Screenshot The Ghan train in Australia is the only train on the list that carries people. Among them there is a special one, it has 330 wagons, it stretches for 3300 meters © Youtube screenshot Train S-400 Association of American Highways, USA. For Mauritanians, this train is the only way to get to remote areas of the country © Commons.wikimedia.org Истoчник aif.ru Its route is 2979 kilometers and takes about 54 hours © Commons.wikimedia.org “492” width=”800″ style=”display: block;” /> The Mauritanian Train du Desert (“Desert Train”) has been transporting iron ore across the Sahara since 1963, 704 km one way. This is a single-track road with dozens of interchanges for trains. At first, the cars on this line were pulled by electric locomotives, the train consisted of 210 units of rolling stock with a carrying capacity of 80 tons each. Eight locomotives pulled the train from the Yandy mines to the city of Port Hedland © Commons.wikimedia.org “500” width=”800″ style=”display: block;” /> Railroad trains carry coal along the 653-kilometer Daqin Railway Company in northern China. The maximum length of a freight train in the country is 4.2 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org The Maruti train was launched in India in 2011. This is a single-track road with dozens of interchanges for trains. Commissioned in the mid-1970s, it runs from the Sishen ore mines in the north to the port of Saldana in the west. More than 35 types of trains pass through it. The train includes 118 wagons, its cargo capacity is 9000-10000 tons, and its length is approximately 1.4 km. Railway operators around the world are competing to use long trains that can increase the cost-effectiveness of transportation by saving fuel, locomotive and rail car capacity. Mined minerals are loaded onto trains, which consist of an average of 226 wagons with a carrying capacity of 105 tons each. At first, the cars on this line were pulled by electric locomotives, the train consisted of 210 units of rolling stock with a carrying capacity of 80 tons each. It was planned that the train would be longer, but problems in the security system, sharp bends along the route and the steepness of the road did not allow the plan to be realized. The Mount Newman Railway is owned by the Australian company BHP Billiton and is used to transport iron ore. It runs between such settlements as Darwin and Adelaide. His route is 2979 kilometers and takes approximately 54 hours to travel © Commons.wikimedia.org The Mauritanian Train du Desert (“Desert Train”) has been transporting iron ore across the Sahara since 1963, 704 km one way. A train carrying coal typically includes 210 wagons and a total length of up to 3.2 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org The railway line for the transportation of ore to South Africa is more than 800 kilometers long. Then the number of cars was increased to 342. The train includes 118 wagons, its cargo capacity is 9000-10000 tons, and its length is approximately 1.4 km. Commissioned in the mid-1970s, it runs from the Sishen ore mines in the north to the port of Saldana in the west. For Mauritanians, this train is the only way to reach remote areas of the country © Commons.wikimedia.org The Mount Newman Railway is owned by the Australian company BHP Billiton and is used to transport iron ore. Basically, a regular freight train is 3.7 kilometers long, and container trains are about 3 kilometers long. The S-400 train is one of the largest trains in America, at 3,659 meters long © Commons.wikimedia.org Rio Tinto Railway Company, Australia. The total length of the train is 3.78 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org The Carajas Railway is owned by the Brazilian company Vale. The longest trains in the world — in the AiF.ru photo feed. Then the number of cars was increased to 342. If the train is fully loaded, it will hold about 30,000 tons of ore, and will be 2.4 kilometers long © Commons.wikimedia.org Double-deck container trains are operated by the National Railroad System of Canada and run by several locomotives pulling the train. It usually runs between cities such as Bilaspur and Bhuswal. However, this train is the longest in India © Youtube Screenshot The Ghan train in Australia is the only train on the list that carries people. A train carrying coal typically has 210 wagons and a total length of up to 3.2 kilometers © Commons.wikimedia.org The railway line for the transportation of ore to South Africa is more than 800 kilometers long. The road is not used to transport people, only iron ore minerals are transported along it. Mined minerals are loaded onto trains, which consist of an average of 226 wagons with a carrying capacity of 105 tons each. Eight locomotives pulled the train from the Yandy mines to the city of Port Hedland © Commons.wikimedia.org “500” width=”800″ style=”display: block;” /> Railroad trains carry coal along the 653-kilometer Daqin Railway Company in northern China. It runs between such settlements as Darwin and Adelaide. The ore train travels between Newman and Port Hedland for approximately 8 hours. At that moment, it had 682 wagons, it transported 82,000 tons of ore in one flight, and its length was 7.3 kilometers. To connect the ore mining sites in Carajas and the port of Ponta de Madeiro, a railway was launched in 1982, it stretched for 892 km. The company is developing in 15 mines, and the mined ore is transported by rail with a length of more than 1,700 km. It was planned that the train would be longer, but problems in the security system, sharp bends along the route and the steepness of the road did not allow the plan to be realized. Among them there is a special one, it has 330 wagons, it stretches for 3300 meters © Youtube screenshot “297” width=”800″ style=”display: block;” /> Train S-400 Association of American Highways, USA.