Which is the longest railway in the Pacific?

With a capacity of over 4,500,000 passengers a day, the Pacific Electric Railway is one of the longest railways in the world, and one of only two remaining in the region.Named after its legendary conductor, Alishan Forest, the longest track runs from Victoria in New South Wales to New Guinea, connecting Australia with South America.Its


Which railroads are still standing?

Railway preservationists have spent decades working to preserve the assets of American railroads.Now the preservationists are looking to the future, when trains are no longer being built and there will be less money for maintaining them.They’ve started a campaign called Save American Railroads.The group is calling for more preservation funds for railroads that are in


The history of rail preservation in Europe

By Tim LoughridgePublished April 08, 2020 06:14:04The railway preservation movement was born in France in 1894 and was eventually adopted by most of Europe.Its roots can be traced back to the late nineteenth century when railroads were being built and the railways were in full swing, but its modern origins lie in a desire to