Shainu Mohan ByExpress News ServiceTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The first-ever narrow-gauge miniature train in South India coming up at Veli Tourist Village in the capital will start rolling within a few weeks.
An official of the tourism department said the trial run of the much-awaited miniature train would begin by March first week.
A top official of the Tourism Department said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the miniature train and the redesigned Veli Tourist Village before Vishu.
Technical director of Quilon Miniature Railway Sudarman J said the miniature train at Veli would be the first in South India to have a narrow-gauge rail route.
The 69-metre-long bridge will connect Pozhikara and Veli Tourist Village.
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