What’s the Longest Train in the World?


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    VINODH VINU 6 hours ago


  • jmmypaddy
    jmmypaddy 5 days ago

    I clicked on the video for the longest train and not longest train journey, because I was interested in knowing what the longest train is. To say that you publish videos with misleading titles is your thing, it's a pretty shitty thing.

  • Dragonia Gaming
    Dragonia Gaming 5 days ago

    1:54 ...... art??

  • luke
    luke 8 days ago

    Did anyone else notice that the UK plug was the only one that had a switch to turn it on and off

  • toshdeluxe dr.
    toshdeluxe dr. 9 days ago

    Is South Korea is cheongnyangi to bujeon station

  • Tomedy
    Tomedy 10 days ago

    A really long jorney would be a fright train from London to Hong Kong, by swaping units and waggons, longer but cheaper then changing wheel brackets

  • Pablo Postigo Olsson
    Pablo Postigo Olsson 13 days ago

    Hey I’ve been watching your videos for a year or so now and I love them. I used some of them for my urban geography class. I am sorry I have an amend to mehr to this video: changing the width of a train for it to circulate on different tracks is right now a matter of minutes. There is great technology that has been in use for that for decades now, eg on the overnight train Paris - Madrid. Keep it up!!

  • Nathan Deane
    Nathan Deane 13 days ago

    When u doing plane videos again

  • Lee Hong Hui
    Lee Hong Hui 14 days ago

    Freedom units? Britain has something to say about that.

  • Adletkhan Birtanov
    Adletkhan Birtanov 15 days ago

    Nowadays there are trains that can switch gauge in a few minutes. They operate e.g. in Spain to connect High speed line on european gauge and conventional line on iberian gauge. They implemented this on a Berlin-Moscow service too.

  • Marc
    Marc 17 days ago

    In Spain there is a Gauge changing system (Talgo) that can change the width of a train in a matter of seconds. You can see it in action here: tvclip.biz/video/y8n7ikw87tm/video.html
    But, of course, it doesn't work on any train. It needs to have a specific kind of bogie.

  • nic schimanski
    nic schimanski 20 days ago

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  • visionsofpromise
    visionsofpromise 20 days ago

    The answer is at 3:16 you're welcome

  • PIcoAirBearings
    PIcoAirBearings 24 days ago

    Trains are great for cargo, but they don’t make much sense in America for passengers...

  • louis christopher
    louis christopher 25 days ago

    Yoo there's Yiwu - Madrid tho its 12.874km long 🤙🏼

  • Jack Brown
    Jack Brown 26 days ago

    The Spanish have an automatic system that switches from Iberian gauge to Standard gauge whilst travelling at 15Km/h. FYI.

  • Treder
    Treder 28 days ago

    There was my city Cracow 2 times

  • Tae Tae
    Tae Tae Month ago

    1:26 according to another one of your videos you are violating French copyright law by showing that clip

  • Nazik Adam
    Nazik Adam Month ago

    Pretty Much europe, North America middle east china and parts of africa use the same track gauge. Lets standartize it!
    Edit: Also austria and few other countries.

  • Erik Revaj
    Erik Revaj Month ago

    Isnt Yiwu-Madrid longer route?

  • Jens8502
    Jens8502 Month ago

    Thats interesting because I did take the train frim Biaritz to San Sebastian and there was no issue whatssoever. No changing trains or anything. It was a night train from Bordeaux to Lisboa if you wonder.

  • fortnitecringe
    fortnitecringe Month ago +1

    the choo choo train



  • ScienceTastic
    ScienceTastic Month ago


    Say that again...

    DJT FOREVER Month ago

    In August I got the overnight train from Chisinau, Moldova to Bucharest, Romania. Cranes picked up the carriages and changed the wheels under us.

  • M Zaid
    M Zaid Month ago

    Very intresting and informative , i like it👍💙💚

  • Zack Smith
    Zack Smith Month ago

    I think I'm doing the 2,770 mile trek from Toronto to Vancouver and back this summer. In economy. For four days. Wish me luck.

  • ZacierToni
    ZacierToni Month ago

    1:12 lmao xD

  • DMadd519
    DMadd519 Month ago

    1:26 you didn’t blur parts of the picture of Paris.

  • Casey Broughton
    Casey Broughton Month ago

    Someone else has probably pointed this out by now, but the Chicago - LA route you showed as the longest train in the US isn’t actually the longest route. While the longest route is indeed between Chicago and Los Angeles, and is approximately 2700 miles (Wikipedia shows it as 4390 km), the map seems to show the Southwest Chief, while the actual 2700 mile service is in fact on board the Texas Eagle via San Antonio, hence its length.

  • Sports Car Boy
    Sports Car Boy Month ago

    Henday sounds like hentai

  • 이진민
    이진민 Month ago

    1:01 ????

  • Sergio
    Sergio Month ago

    I think the Yiwu-Madrid route is longer than the Yiwu-London route; you should check it out.

  • asianbubbleteapilotboiiiBOEING777-8X

    North Koreans be like: "North Korea is BEST Korea!"

  • Spacebar311
    Spacebar311 2 months ago

    Do you you mean amtrak

  • Nate Wilson
    Nate Wilson 2 months ago


  • Alex31YTB
    Alex31YTB 2 months ago

    1000 second trip.

  • Heeiked
    Heeiked 2 months ago

    0:54 🇸🇪

  • MoodyMeNow Pls D:
    MoodyMeNow Pls D: 2 months ago

    Y'all forgot about the snowpiercer... smh

  • Leon /Leon88991
    Leon /Leon88991 2 months ago

    Track gauges.
    Japan has 1435mm in their bullet trains

  • Prakhar Mathur
    Prakhar Mathur 2 months ago

    Dude, great video , hats off for your style and delivery.
    But dude, at 4:02 you just used a Japanese narrow gauge train to be a Chinese Standard gauge one .....

  • RicaDoga
    RicaDoga 2 months ago

    Pocket trains

  • S. KUMAR
    S. KUMAR 2 months ago

    In India, railways are our Lifeline, reaching almost every corner of the Country. It is very cheap. A ticket for a distance of 4200 Kilometres or 2609 Miles costs only Rs. 625 , or US Dollar 10. Only. (UNRESERVED SITTING), while in SLEEPER class it is Double i.e. 20 US Dollars.

  • S. KUMAR
    S. KUMAR 2 months ago

    India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh has 1676 mm Broad Gauge tracks, and in next year Nepal will also join the list.

  • Raghuram Konda
    Raghuram Konda 2 months ago +1

    India is not 80 hours its 74 hours

  • Jose Cruz
    Jose Cruz 3 months ago


  • MdL6XD
    MdL6XD 3 months ago

    OMG I crossed that tiny bridge in Irun-Hendaye two weeks ago.

  • Dusty Cruz
    Dusty Cruz 3 months ago

    No its not..its Northkorea to busan

  • RobGame45
    RobGame45 3 months ago

    Are you the same person as Wendover Productions?

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    "The Freedom System"

  • PlumCookie118 Xbox
    PlumCookie118 Xbox 3 months ago

    Hes the reason why he hasn’t reached 1 mil lol get a life dude

  • PlumCookie118 Xbox
    PlumCookie118 Xbox 3 months ago

    Fuck this dude lol u suck at making videos, smd

  • WaffleCat
    WaffleCat 3 months ago

    Skip to 3:15 for the main point of this video

  • Joseph Longo
    Joseph Longo 3 months ago

    What about the Cape to Cairo railway

  • RYoungPDX
    RYoungPDX 3 months ago

    This is a little misleading. The United States has the longest routes exceeding the limits stated in this video

  • Chris Hansen
    Chris Hansen 3 months ago

    Freedom units lmao

  • Cyberspine
    Cyberspine 3 months ago

    Physically long trains are very fascinating too: tvclip.biz/video/jeo-ykjmhgg/video.html

  • amanda cabrera
    amanda cabrera 3 months ago

    An 18 day train trip?

  • r0xANDt0l GΛming
    r0xANDt0l GΛming 3 months ago

    In Spain you can't get a Madrid-Paris direct train. First Madrid to Barcelona and From Barcelona to Paris

  • Vexivero
    Vexivero 3 months ago


  • Official_akazebra12
    Official_akazebra12 3 months ago

    About the thumbnail:
    North Korea - Moscow

    Me: I'm sure we will be shot by the guards if we escaped North Korea

  • Jonny Franklin
    Jonny Franklin 3 months ago

    I believe the chinese freight train to Madrid is actually longer in terms of distance

  • xRéspetø
    xRéspetø 3 months ago

    The Longest Rail Road?

  • Pig Benis
    Pig Benis 3 months ago

    "It's hard to run a train over super long distances" ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Max Becker
    Max Becker 3 months ago

    I love the subtle joke "previous testing has proven trains don't work well off the tracks

  • indira preis
    indira preis 3 months ago

    Sometimes trains get lost in Russia. One of the reason a driver was drunk or it is a really long road with differents way

  • 볕뉘
    볕뉘 3 months ago

    If the train travels in Busan, Seoul, Pyongyang and Moscow, how far will it travel?

  • GroovyMotion
    GroovyMotion 4 months ago

    Toronto is far fro being the start of the line! It is the most popular route because of The Canadian, but if you would start in Halifax the travel time would be around 4 days 14 hours.

  • eat vevo
    eat vevo 4 months ago

    your mom

  • Joel Mohan
    Joel Mohan 4 months ago

    *lEtS jUsT uSe RuSsIaN tRaInS*

  • hold mybeer
    hold mybeer 4 months ago

    0:29 best stock footage ever!

    NAME NAME NAME 4 months ago

    Remember when HAI didn't use terrible jokes?

  • Manuzki
    Manuzki 4 months ago

    "Thats you Finland being Finland" wtf onko tämä rasismia.

  • Zach Ryder
    Zach Ryder 4 months ago +1

    Big Smoke would still expect CJ to follow it

  • Yl Pea
    Yl Pea 4 months ago

    But that's just Finland being Finland - true story!

  • Duc Hung Nguyen
    Duc Hung Nguyen 4 months ago

    How I feel when Im study

  • ViggisYT
    ViggisYT 4 months ago +1

    1:13 Suomi mainittu torilla tavataan🇫🇮
    I like trains😶🚂

  • Dankest_of_memez
    Dankest_of_memez 4 months ago

    Freedom measurements heck yeah

  • GoodbyePanama
    GoodbyePanama 5 months ago

    Imagine being stuck on an 8-day train ride with this bore.

  • Dim Zaytsev
    Dim Zaytsev 5 months ago

    Well, but what about going from st. Petersburg to North Korea?
    Seems even longer.

  • Oh Yeah Yeah
    Oh Yeah Yeah 5 months ago

    Stop plugging

  • Fail Marine
    Fail Marine 5 months ago

    Suomi mainittu!

  • Hafiz Al Madani
    Hafiz Al Madani 5 months ago

    But did they thank the bus driver?

  • Mr Diesel
    Mr Diesel 5 months ago

    0:58 some real insight right there

  • Belrox
    Belrox 5 months ago

    204 hours??? In germany the new built "High speed railway" from Munich, where i live, to Berlin, the capital city, should take 4 hours, which is really fast ( the old way took up to 13 hours with the ICE too) but it mostly just needs 6-8 hours.... so some people here in germany say, that you will spent *Your complete Life* in this train xD

  • Niko O
    Niko O 5 months ago

    1:15 Finland and Russia have pretty much the same broad track width. Finland adopted Russian 1524 mm, but nowadays Russia has adopted 1520 mm. The difference is within the tolerance, so you can travel from Finland to Russia easily in one train, Allegro, which travels from Helsinki to St. Petersburg.

  • FranchuFranchu
    FranchuFranchu 5 months ago

    The longest train service is my OpenTTD save

  • theoneandonly_danicz12
    theoneandonly_danicz12 5 months ago

    1:13 TORILLE🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮🇫🇮

  • MrMCKlebeband
    MrMCKlebeband 5 months ago

    btw ur imperial messures sucks!

  • jakubste
    jakubste 5 months ago

    There are some systems, that enables changing track width of train much faster - lookup Talgo or SUW2000

  • Christian Spadini
    Christian Spadini 5 months ago

    Dude, these brilliant ads are getting quite annoying

  • Satzz
    Satzz 5 months ago +1

    That's not Aberdeen, that's Edinburgh.

  • Virginia Lover Productions

    I thought Amtrak's California Zephyr was the longest. I could be wrong. Good video, BTW!

  • 7249xxl
    7249xxl 5 months ago

    The spanish (i belive) train manufacturer Talgo has developed bogie systems that allow for on the go gauge changing.

  • Train Reviews
    Train Reviews 5 months ago

    The EG Biarritz to San Sebastián, you don’t have to walk over a bridge, there is a Spanish train system terminating at Hendaia, next to Gare de Hendaye! Take a train to Hendaye, walk to the Euskotren station and take the train direct from there!

  • William Hough
    William Hough 5 months ago +1

    0:32 no joke my TVclip crashed half as interesting = Illuminati confirmed

  • 虞海
    虞海 5 months ago

    1:12 You're talking as if Baltic-Slavic countries and Estonia were not a part of Europe...

  • 虞海
    虞海 5 months ago

    The second-longest is actually also from Moscow to Beijing. The only difference is that the third-longest Beijing⇄Moscow K3/4 service goes though Mongolia while the second-longest 020/019 Moscow⇄Beijing goes through Manchuria.
    The Moscow⇄Vladivostok service cannot be called an independent train service because once a month it's going to be a part of the Moscow⇄Pyongyang train. You can't get off at an intermediate station of the longest-train service and claim you take the second-longest service - that just doesn't make sense.

  • Green Studios
    Green Studios 5 months ago

    Oh shit it goes to north korea

  • Donny Steelhead
    Donny Steelhead 5 months ago

    This guy's tried his best but his research doesn't equate to knowledge of the railways. The train he calls the 'longest' doesn't actually run that far. The containers on it do, but they're switched onto different trains as they go. He even mentions the need to switch gauge's on the passenger trains but doesn't seem to notice this on his 'longest' route. If he had he would have found out only the cargo runs that far and not the train itself. Good effort. 6/10/