India railway map/Nations with most railway miles


Source: mapsofindia.in

Source: mapsofindia.in

Above is a cool 2013 railway map of India. For a little end of the year statistical trivia, below is a list of the 50 nations with the most railway mileage.

United   States

224,792

(2011)
China

98,000

(2012)
Russia

87,157

(2011)
India

65,000

(2012)
Canada

46,552

(2011)
Germany

41,981

(2011)
Australia

38,445

(2011)
Argentina

36,966

(2011)
France

29,640

(2011)
Brazil

28,538

(2011)
South   Africa

20,247

(2013)
Mexico

26,704

(2009)
Italy

24,179

(2007)
Japan

23,474

(2007)
Ukraine

22,300

(2010)
Romania

22,298

(2008)
Poland

19,627

(2008)
United Kingdom

16,321

(2008)
Kazakhstan

15,372

(2010)
Spain

15,947

(2012)
Sweden

12,821

(2010)
Turkey

12,000

(2011)
Iran

11,106

(2008)
Czech   Republic

9,487

(2008)
Indonesia

8,529

(2008)
Hungary

7,942

(2008)
Pakistan

7,791

(2008)
Egypt

6,700

(2010)
Finland

5,919

(2008)
Chile

5,898

(2006)
Austria

5,927

(2008)
Belarus

5,491

(2008)
Sudan

5,478

(2006)
North Korea

5,235

(2006)
Switzerland

5,223

(2011)
Cuba

5,076

(2007)
Algeria

4,316

(2012)
Uzbekistan

4,280

(2011)
Bulgaria

4,159

(2008)
New Zealand

4,128

(2006)
Norway

4,114

(2008)
Thailand

4,071

(2012)
Democratic Republic of the Congo

4,007

(2008)
Myanmar

3,955

(2006)
Serbia

3,809

(2008)
Slovakia

3,658

(2010)
South Korea

3,637

(2011)
Nigeria

3,528

(2006)
Belgium

3,513

(2008)
Turkmenistan

3,181

(2007)
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