The Pamban Bridge Rameswaram is one of the oldest and famous Bridges in India. This marvellously engineered Pamban bridge has been a pride of India since the time of the British. The significance of the Pamban Bridge is that it connects the holy town of Rameswaram to the main land of India. Since the year 1914 this railway bridge has been facilitating the Indian Railways. This can be quoted as one of the most thrilling rail journeys across a railway bridge. The Pamban is India’s first sea bridge. The bridge is 2065 m long. This bridge is worth an engineering wonder because of the lift spans fitted in the bridge. These lift spans can raise the bridge and let ships pass. The bridge stands proudly on the Indian ocean and let rails reach Rameswaram. The average speed of the train is lowered while crossing the Pamban Bridge. It takes approximately 10-15 min to cross the bridge. Passengers can get an experience for life time while crossing the serene blue water of the mighty Indian Ocean.