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26 June 2015

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Welcome to the DHRS

To promote awareness of, interest in and support  for the
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

designed in-house by DHRS © 2015

Picture taken by Santanu Banerjee on 16 November 2014
of a ‘down’ train going along the cliff edge below Tindharia works.
Work on the new temporary railway line just below the Tindharia Workshops.
The replacement of the road will have to wait for the rebuilding of the hillside
to right of the lower picture.

788 at Darjeeling Station
taken by Santanu Banerjee

Web site updates

18/08/2015 - Issue 71
Darjeeling Mail

22/07/2015 - The Forth Bridge 125 Festival

13/07/2015 - Pictures from the 2015 AGM

26/06/2015 - Travel info

01/06/2015 - Darjeeling Mail pages updated

24/03/2015 - Pictures by Colin Davies on the 2015 Indian Magic tour

Pictures from the 2015 AGM

Forth Bridge

Darjeeling comes to North Queensferry

The Forth Bridges 125 Festival - 19-20 September 2015

Tindharia Works 100th Anniversary Celebration

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DHRS Events

BBC2 TV – ‘The World’s Busiest Railway’

Screened as part of the BBC India Season this new programme of four 1 hour episodes starts on Monday 24 August at 9 pm.
Parts 2-4 are on 25,26 &27th August.

The DHRS assisted the BBC production team and one of the episodes features a visit to the DHR by John Sergeant, examining the link between the railway and the tea industry.

For further details visit