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Train of joy
Rajnish Wattas takes a trip back in time on the 
Kalka-Shimla heritage rail track

The 96-km-long Kalka-Shimla railway narrow gauge track was included in the Unesco World Heritage List in 2008As a boy I could play for hours with my toy train set. As the tiny chuffer and carriages trundled on tin tracks, looping the loop, vanishing into tunnels or stopping at a station, it fascinated me no end. The boyhood is long gone; yet the fascination remains. The British during their rule in India developed a large network of railways to administer the vast subcontinent efficiently, including some of the awesome, engineering marvels in hill stations.
The 96-km-long Kalka-Shimla railway narrow gauge track was included in the Unesco World Heritage List in 2008

 

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