The longest rail line is the Trans-Siberian railway, the first Eurasian transcontinental railroad. (A transcontinental crosses a continent from coast to coast.) It is 5,772 miles, or 9,289 kilometers, long, and goes through Russia from Moscow to Vladivostok. So, the longest distance you could travel on a single railway would be the entire distance of the Trans-Siberian.
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