India's 10 longest railway routes | Mana Blog... for all
Feb 26, 2013

India has of the one world's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km of track over a route of 65,000 km and 7,500 stations.
Vivek ExpressDistance: 4,286 kms
Destination: Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari
Number of stops: 56
Scheduled running time: 82.30 hours
Himasagar ExpressDistance: 3715 kms
Destination: Jammutawi to Kanyakumari
Number of stops: 71
Scheduled running time: 69 hours 40 min
Navyug ExpressDistance: 3609 kms
Destination: Mangalore to Jammu
Number of stops: 61
Scheduled running time: 68 hours
Dibrugarh ExpressDistance: 3578 km
Destination: Yeswanthpur (Bangalore) to Dibrugarh
Number of stops: 70
Scheduled running time: 68 hours
 Jammu ExpressDistance: 3,561 kms
Destination: Tirunelveli to Jammu
Number of stops: 70
Scheduled running time: 70 hours
Guwahati ExpressDistance: 3,552 kms
Destination: Thiruvananthapuram to Guwahati
Number of stops: 70
Scheduled running time: 70 hours
SUP ExpressDistance: 3,459 kms
Destination: Dehradun to Kochuveli Railway Station (Thiruvananthapuram)
Number of stops: 70
Scheduled running time: 70 hours
Raptisagar ExpressDistance: 3,441 kms
Destination: Ernakulam to Barauni
Number of stops: 61
Scheduled running time: 62 hours
Kerala Sampark Kranti ExpressDistance: 3,415 km
Destination: Chandigarh to Kochuveli Railway Station(Thiruvananthapuram)
Number of stops: 70
Scheduled running time: 70 hours
Guwahati - Ernakulam ExpressDistance: 3,337 km
Destination: Guwahati to Ernakulam
Number of stops: 43
Scheduled running time: 59 hrs 45 mins

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