Three historic railways comprise a World Heritage site recognizing their importance in trade and technological development. Still in use today, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, and Kalka Shimla Railway were all begun or completed in the 19th century.

Three historic railways comprise a World Heritage site recognizing their importance in trade and technological development. Still in use today, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, and Kalka Shimla Railway were all begun or completed in the 19th century.

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shimla, india | cities in south asia + travel destinations #wanderlust
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Interesting Shimla - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/asia/
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Shimla | India...aah! | Pinterest

Shimla | India...aah! | Pinterest

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Shimla railway station.

Shimla railway station.

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It is a 459 km National Highway in Northern India that runs from Ambala through Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh up to Khab on the Chinese border.It continues north-east to Solan, and then north to Shimla, where it joins the NH 88. It is considered as one of the deadliest roads in India.

It is a 459 km National Highway in Northern India that runs from Ambala through Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh up to Khab on the Chinese border.It continues north-east to Solan, and then north to Shimla, where it joins the NH 88. It is considered as one of the deadliest roads in India.

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Mall Road, Shimla, one of the destinations on our rail holidays to India http://www.greatrail.com/great-train-tours-holiday-destinations/india--the-orient/shimla.aspx

Mall Road, Shimla, one of the destinations on our rail holidays to India http://www.greatrail.com/great-train-tours-holiday-destinations/india--the-orient/shimla.aspx

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The Mall, Shimla - A British Himalayan Town famous because in the Raj no Indian was allowed to walk there....but my guru and I were thrown out of town for being together here in 1974: who'd believe it?

The Mall, Shimla - A British Himalayan Town famous because in the Raj no Indian was allowed to walk there....but my guru and I were thrown out of town for being together here in 1974: who'd believe it?

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