The Fairy Queen, the world’s oldest surviving functional steam engine, is once again ready to haul a heritage train from here to Rewari from February 11, after a gap of five years.
The train, a great attraction among steam engine lovers across the globe, will run between Delhi Cantonment station and Rewari from February 11 for a single day trip.
The train hauled by steam locomotive will begin its journey from Delhi Cantonment at 10.30 AM and is expected to reach at Rewari at 1 PM. It will start at 4.15 PM in the return journey and is expected to reach Delhi Cantonment at 6.15 PM.
The locomotive was constructed in 1855 by Kitson, Thompson and Hewitson at Leeds, in England and reached Kolkata in the same year. Read More…
Credit By : Economictimes.indiatimes.com
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