If you want to look at the rail network of the Indian Railways, you have come to the right place. The Indian railway map at the top of the page can be viewed to explore rail routes across India. The route map also shows important tourist places along the rail lines. As shown in the Indian railway atlas, the dark bold red lines indicate important broad gauge routes, while the less dark red lines show other types of broad gauge lines. The blue coloured line indicates metre broad gauge lines while the green coloured line indicates narrow gauge lines. Indian Railways have one of the largest rail routes networks in the world. This network is spread over 67,956 kilometres. Indian Railways run more than 13000 passenger trains daily using this rail network. It also runs more than 8,479 freight trains. If you closely look at the map you find some numbers mentioned in the yellow square. These numbers are indicating tourist places along with the network. This Indian Railway map shows the entire rail network of Central Railway, Eastern Railway, East Central Railway, East Coast Railway, Northern Railway, North Central Railway, North Eastern Railway, Northeast Frontier Railway, North Western Railway, Southern Railway, South Central Railway, South Eastern Railway, South East Central Railway, South Western Railway, Western Railway, West Central Railway and Konkan Railway. Click on the image to zoom the map of Indian Railway.