Thursday, 16 June 2016

Japan’s First Ever Glass Travel Train

Japan is introducing First Glass Travel train that has Windows instead of walls, giving passengers remarkable view of its volcanic landscape. The country has majestic scenery in the world, offering a new experience to its passengers. The modern design by Ichibansen, that carriage are same to glass tubes, now rail passengers will able to see in all its glory mainly thanks to a train that has big windows instead of walls. In addition, driver’s room is also glass; enable the passengers to see the inner working of train travel. Moreover, there are two carriages to the glass train, the first carriage is dedicated to offering majestic viewpoints, and however the second houses a French restaurant. The enthusiast’s passengers will have unhindered views of Japan’s volcanic landscape. There are 45 seats available with the options of meal (costs £100) and without meal (£40) on the Echigo Tokimeki Resort Setsugekka. 

Moreover, Switzerland and Canada are famous for operating trains with similar panoramic carriages. The passengers start the trip through a scenic wonderland of dramatic and diverse wilderness, taking the Rocky Mountaineer train from Vancouver. The tourist can relish gazing through ceiling windows that shows the fast flowing rivers and avalanche-threatened passes. The passengers are advised to keep a lookout for a jaw-dropping range of wildlife on the trip, also includes a visit to Yoho National Park and the Columbia Icefields. 

Likewise, Switzerland's Glacier Express is normally labelled as the slowest fast train in the world as it takes just under 8 hours to travel approximately 180 miles between St Moritz and Zermatt and vice versa. The mountain railway journey also runs from Piz Bernina to the Matterhorn, crosses 291 bridges, 91 tunnels and Rhone and the Rhine. This is probably one of best tail trip in the world, especially journey over the Bernina Pass, with the glacier and mountain scenery made accessible by extraordinary feats of railway engineering.