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This Week`s NYOOOZ Contest answer is Kalka Shimla toy train. Started in 1903 the train takes you through lush green mountains with scenic, misty views, the toy train route has now been listed as a UNESCO site. Read on to know who`s the lucky winner?
“Mountains calling” has become synonymous with good holidays now. And who can beat Shimla in terms of popularity? One of the major attractant at Shimla is the Kalka Shimla toy train. All the visitors who take up the route to Shimla make sure that they don’t miss amazing experience of the toy train.
Started in 1903 the train takes you through lush green mountains with scenic, misty views, the toy train route has now been listed as a UNESCO site.
Here is all that you need to know about the Shimla toy train:
Dharampur, Barog, Solan, Kandaghat
There are five trains namely Shivalik Deluxe, Rail Motor, Shimla Express, Himalayan Queen and Shimla Kalka passenger. During summer, due to the large number of tourists and increasing demand, there are two special Holiday trains.
Regarding the this week NYOOOZ contest’s right answer is Kalka Shimla toy train.
Every Week NYOOOZ brings for its viewers an interesting contest where they have to guess the location. Lucky Winner Every Week can get great travel deals, accessories and sponsored trips!
The participant is required to correctly answer the Contest question posted during the contest, in order to be eligible for the draw of lots for the Contest. This week more than 1 Lakh readers saw the contest on NYOOOZ.
Among all participants who answered the Contest question correctly one lucky winner selected by a random draw of lots at the end of this week is Ashu Rani.
NYOOOZ congratulates Ashu Raniand promises to come up with another contest soon! Till then stay connected to NYOOOZ for latest updates.
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