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Kalka-Shimla Railway Train Compartment by C B Arun Kumar
India

The Kalka-Shimla Railway (KSR) is a 2'6" narrow gauge railway connecting the town of Kalka in the plains to the hill station of Shimla at an altitude of 7116ft. This is a panorama of the inside of a typical passenger compartment that shows how narrow the space inside the train is.

Copyright: C B Arun Kumar
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 25/03/2013
Uploaded: 14/04/2013
Updated: 23/12/2014
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Tags: train; toy; narrow; track; shimla; hill station; vacation; heritage; colonial; kalka; gauge; station; travel; transport; summer; ksr; advanced; studies; compartment; interior; india
  • Jan Ometak about 1 month ago
    really nice one...
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