Over the last few days, snow has fallen in a number of highland tourist areas. On social media, stunning images of snow-capped mountains are circulating. Indian Railways has also shared stunning images of train stations.
The Ministry of Railways’ official Twitter account tweeted a video of a train approaching the snow-covered Sadura Railway Station in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir, demonstrating that its services have not been hindered by the low weather.
The ministry also shared a video of the Kalka-Shimla rail route and wrote, “A breathtaking view of the world-famous Kalka-Shimla rail route: The special passenger toy train passing through tunnel number 91 near Taradv station on the UNESCO-declared Kalka-Shimla route remains the centre of attraction for the tourists.”
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The films have gone viral on the microblogging site, leaving netizens speechless. Many people remarked the films “looked like a country from Europe,” making it difficult to realise they were from India.