Suspension trains (in Europe)
The only thing more enthralling than a high-speed electric train is a train suspended in the air. That’s right, the Suspension trains, which happen to be one of the oldest, unique railway trains in the world, move through a suspended railway track. These were initially inaugurated in the late 1800s to ignore the traffic in the busy streets during the daytime. They have since become a famous tourist attraction, and are most commonly found in Germany.