What is the longest railway in the world?

What is the longest railway in the world?
Phil Lewis Answered Most Recently
I think it is the Trans Siberian running through Russia, but I need conformation. _____ The Trans-Siberian Railway is definitely the longest railway in the world. It starts at Moscow and 9,289 km and seven days later, it finishes in Vladivostok. There are a great many intersecting and parallel railways that are associated with it including the Trans-Manchurian and the Trans-Mongolian, The BAM and Little BAM. The Trans-Siberian Railway is a miracle of modern engineering through an extremely hostile environment. Trans-Siberian Handbook by Bryn Thomas.

The longest railway platform in the world?

The longest platform in the world is Kharagpur station in West Bengal, India: at 1,072 m (3,517 ft) India - Kharagpur stationUK - Cambridge

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