English tourists spend over £1000 to travel 21 km on India's 115-year-old Kalka-Shimla heritage train
According to local reports, 29 tourists travelled in three luxury coaches for 21 kilometres from Shimla to Kaithalighat on Kalka-Shimla, the 115-year-old heritage steam engine.
This is only the second time this year that the historic train travelled on the World Heritage Kalka-Shimla railway track in north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
The railway department has fixed a whooping $1725 (£1331) per ticket.
Footage recorded on February 21 in Shimla, northern India.
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