The Kalka-Shimla mountain railway is a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) narrow gauge railway that runs from Kalka at 656m above sea level to Shimla at 2076m. The 96km long track was built so that the British could have transportation to their summer capital, Shimla, which they moved from Calcutta or Delhi. The railway was opened in 1903 and passes through some...more
Here's some of the lovely quaint and picturesque stations you stop at along the way. You do get the chance to stretch your legs for about 10 minutes or so at some of them plus have the opportunity to buy a cup of tea or coffee. More pictures can be found in one of my travelogues.more
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