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Amazing experience to cherish the heritage of railways. A visit to tiger hill in a clear weather and Himalayan railways should be the only items to be added in the itenerary of darjeeling. My kid enjoyed a lot.
DHR is a fascinating word. It takes you to some places, where you have never reached before. It takes you through some frames that you have never seen before.
Board the train from Kurseong. The city ends when the train goes between the church and...More
The World Heritage Railway is for ever new to me and fortunately at least one train is operational between New Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling stations. It takes very lng time to reach the destination, but experience is lifetime. Z reversing points are thrilling and Museum in...More
It was amazing to see a steam engine pulling two small bogies for an exciting joy ride. Got tickets booked thru IRCTC however tickets are available at window in off season in July/August. It was from Darjeeling to Ghum station and back with a 10...More
We booked a joyride in the old steam engine through IRCTC. It was from Darjeeling to Ghum station and back with a 10 min break at Batasia loop and half an hour at Ghum station. The feeling of course is unforgetable and takes you back...More
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is declared as world heritage site by UNESCO.The narrow gauge railway is between New Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling. It is the most outstanding example of 'hill passenger railway'.The toy train passes in a loop like pattern at Batasia loop to counter sharp descent(140...More
When people go for Toy Train ride, they expect that when they'll be inside the train, they'll be able to see some nice views and some exciting experience but in actual the train just goes on the road from which you have entered the darjeeling...More
Although the ride itself and the views it offers are nothing extraordinary, the whole experience is very nostalgic, especially with the steam train, reminding you of your childhood. The train feels like a toy train (and is named so) and chugs along slowly through the...More
Yes you have to go there in person. They have frequent trains heading back and forth so the wait needn't be that long - you have the option of taking the Steam Train or the regular one - in either case the views are... More
Yes you have to go there in person. They have frequent trains heading back and forth so the wait needn't be that long - you have the option of taking the Steam Train or the regular one - in either case the views are breathtaking - wish you a wonderful journey!!