Kalka Shimla Railway | Fridge Magnet
The Kalka-Shimla Railway is a narrow-gauge railway line in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is renowned for its picturesque and scenic route through the hills of the Himalayas, and it is often referred to as one of the most beautiful railway journeys in the world.
The Kalka-Shimla Railway was built during the British colonial era and was completed in 1903. It was originally constructed to connect the town of Kalka, with the hill station of Shimla, which was the summer capital of British India.
In 2008, the Kalka-Shimla Railway was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its historical and cultural significance, as well as its stunning natural beauty.
The railway covers a distance of approximately 96 kilometers (60 miles) and takes passengers through lush green forests, picturesque villages, and dramatic mountain landscapes. The journey is filled with charming tunnels, bridges, and viaducts, providing breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks.
- Perfect to be used as decorative fridge magnets.
- Each fridge magnet comes with the illustration printed onto stainless steel plate with epoxy coating (Each of 3 inch Dia).
- It comes with a strong backside magnet that is easy to move, but holds strong.
- It is a great travel souvenir and nice collection, to bring the spirit of Pune City into your home.
Have fun while you reflect and reminisce on your favorite memories of your beloved city. This Shimla souvenir is a perfect decor for homes and offices and is a number one gift choice for Indian souvenirs and travel mementos!
About Indian Railways
Indian Railways is one of the largest railway networks in the world and plays a crucial role in transportation within India. Indian Railways has an extensive network that covers almost every part of India. It is divided into zones, each of which is further divided into divisions. These divisions manage the operations and maintenance of railways in their respective areas. The Indian railway system has a rich history, dating back to the British colonial period. The first passenger train in India ran from Mumbai to Thane in 1853. Some of the most scenic train routes in the world are in India. The railways offer luxury and heritage train services, attracting tourists from around the world. India has been developing high-speed rail corridors, with the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail project being one of the most prominent. These projects aim to provide faster and more efficient travel options.