Is there any railroad on an island?
- StephenWeinsteinLv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes. Japan has railroads and they are all on islands (Japan is all on islands).
The Northeast Corridor (an Amtrak railroad line in the U.S. which was originally the Penn Central Railroad) runs through Manhattan, which is an island.
- JonLv 71 month ago
Assuming relatively small islands, not ones on the scale of Japan or Green Britain, then there are:
- Isle of Wight, England (2 railways).
- Isle of Man (4 railways, including tramways)
- Alderney, Channel Islands.
- Sicily (with a train ferry to the Italian mainland)
- the Lüttmoorsiel-Nordstrandischmoor island railway https://youtu.be/DULlPrOOtuc
- 2 months ago
Have you ever heard of Long Island?
- StarryskyLv 73 months ago
Islands with railroads:
Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Oahu, Hawaii, Kauai islands, State of Hawaii
Cuba has many.
New Zealand (both halves)
Luzon, Panay, Cebu, Philippines
A few Caribbean island ones that I have seen on TV, but cannot remember which place.
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- SSP Bowl DudeLv 73 months ago
I've taken trains in London numerous times. Railroads were invented in the UK.
Japan is known for its railroads.
- FLv 63 months ago
The Isle of Man has a railways to the top of a mountain.
- MikeLv 73 months ago
The Long Island Rail Road.
- JetDocLv 73 months ago
Yes, there is. .
- regeruggedLv 73 months ago
Yes. Australia. Madagasgar.
- BarryLv 53 months ago
Yes. We have railroads in Great Britain which is an island.