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The Kangra-Valley Railway (Documentary in HD) – Toy Trains – Part II


The Himalayas in the background, terraced fields and streams; the Kangra Valley landscape has everything of fairy tales. And it is in the middle of this wonderful valley that passes the Kangra train, making a journey of 164 kms from Pathankot to Joginder. The train passes over 971 bridges and under only 2 tunnels.

The Kalka-Shimla Railway, the Kangra-Valley Railway and the Matheran-Hill Railway form a network of narrow gauge railways in India that are lovingly called „toy trains“. These trains travel on narrow gauges over hundreds of breathtaking bridges in curves and tunnels that slowly meander through the captivating Himalayan countryside. With beautiful and powerful high-definition imagery (1080p), renowned ARD filmmaker Peter Weinert takes railway fans and enthusiasts of exciting travel documentaries on a journey into an extraordinary world.

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