HILL / TOY TRAINS
The charismatic “Toy Trains” that have long served hill stations such as Darjeeling, Ghoom, Shimla and Ooty still evoke romantic images of India’s railway system.
These narrow-gauge trains were introduced during the days of the British Raj to access remote areas where roads were poor or non-existent. They were key to the commercial development of tea, coffee and spice plantations. These trains of character are unique and will make a worthy inclusion in your tour and experience of India,