Indian Rail Handbook

Indian Rail Handbook : Route Guide, Rail Atlas, Timetables

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?India has the most comprehensive railway network in the world, with almost all tourist attractions accessible by rail. For most visitors, travel by train is the preferred means of transport: the ideal way to see the country. With a foreword by Mark Tully, vice president of the Indian Steam Rail Preservation Society, this new guidebook includes: ?Information on rail travel for all budgets � how to book tickets, where to buy the Indrail pass, which class to travel; 80-page rail atlas with gazetteer � all 7326 railways stations in India covered on 80 rail maps; special trains � Palace on Wheels, Royal Orient Express, Darjeeling Toy Train, Matheran Hill Railway, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, Kalka�Shimla Railway; Getting to India � rail holiday specialists; timetables; railway history; 30 colour photos
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 120 x 180mm | 505g
  • Hindhead, Surrey, United Kingdom
  • English
  • col. Illustrations, maps
  • 1873756879
  • 9781873756874
  • 1,577,878

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.`..the Trailblazer series stands head, shoulders, waist and ankles above the rest. They are particularly strong on mapping....`
--`The Sunday Times` (UK)
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About Bryn Thomas

Nick Hill headed off into Asia after completing a design degree at university; several fascinating years later he had crossed the continent overland four times. He has contributed to several Trailblazer guides and he coauthored this guide as well as researching and drawing all the maps. He currently lives in Bangkok. Royston Ellis first won fame as a poet in the 1960s performing "rocketry" (rock 'n' roll poetry) on stage with musicians who later became known as The Beatles and Led Zeppelin. Under the pen name of Richard Tresillian he is the author of several novels including "The Bondmaster" and numerous guidebooks including "The Bradt Guide to Mauritius" and "The Bradt Guide to the Maldives." An honorary member of the Institute of Rail Transport (India) he was consultant for the National Geographic television special on Indian Railways. He wrote the guidebook, "India by Rail," from which this book was developed. Sir Mark Tully, for many years the BBC's correspondent in India, wrote the foreword. He is the president of the Indian Steam Railway Preservation Society.
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