Photographs: Courtesy the National Rail Museum (New Delhi)
Historically these are our most popular rooms. Always in demand and not without reason.There's plenty of space if you just want to rejuvenate yourself. These four spacious rooms with private balconies offer a spectacular view of the Bay of Bengal. All the four Rooms have a common Terrace. An inspiration of these four rooms is derived from the Four Hill Railways, which have been given a World Heritage status by Unesco.
Sample Art work displayed in the ' Kalka Shimla ' room is displayed below - (Left) Taradevi Gap near Taradevi station where passengers got a magnificent view of Shimla, (Center) Barog Staion. legend has it tha Captain Barog committed suicide because while boring from the two ends of the hill there was a misalignment and the two ends did not meet, (Right) Barog Station, also a famous stop for breakfast on the way to Shimla.