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Orient Express The backdrop of Agatha Christie's novel Murder On The Orient Express carried passengers between Paris and Istanbul when it launched in 1883. It stopped serving The Turkish city in 1977 and terminated in Vienna and disappeared from railway timetables in 2009, but is now a privately-run venture using vintage carriages. Trans-Siberian Express Takes eight days to travel from Moscow to Vladiostok in the Russian Far East and is the longest railway in the world. It crosses a record seven time zones. Commissioned by Tsar Nicolas II in 1891 and took 25 years to build. Indian Pacific The 65-hour journey has connected Sydney with Perth since 1970, via the Blue Mountains of New South Wales and 297 miles of the Nullarbor Plain, the world's longest straight stretch of railway track.
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