The work on the tunnel was finally completed in September 1903. and was named show respect to Colonel Barog. It is believed that with he guidance of Baba Bhalku, a local saint from Jhaja, near Chail; this Tunnel No. 33 was made possible - seemed like he possessed natural engineering skills.
After the Colonel's death, there were voices often been heard; but locals, however, say he’s a friendly ghost!
And today, we all know that the Kalka - Shimla railway track was awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
How to reach
The nearest railway station from Shimla is in Kalka which is 89 km away. You can either take a taxi, local bus or the toy train to Shimla. Shimla is easily accessible via road too and Chandigarh-Shimla highway route only takes around 3 and a half hours
Worth a visit right?
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