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Fairy Queen Train information
Take a ride on The Fairy Queen certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s oldest regular operational steam locomotive keeps the capability to cater the attention of age groups of passenger’s world wide. This train is a joint venture of Rajasthan government and Indian Railway in 2004 to boost tourism in the area. It also got the National Tourism Award and runs on the tracks of Places on Wheels, the globally distinguished train.
This train runs between New Delhi and Alwar in Rajasthan the Queen. With the advantaged ones aboard reaches the charming town of Alwar in Rajasthan the same day, from where the guests are taken to Sariska Tiger Reserve for an overnight stay. Indian Railways invites a unique two days all-inclusive package combining thrill, romance, wildlife and steam heritage on the Fairy Queen with lots of fun and entertainment. The Fairy Queen has a well maintained pantry car for on board catering together with a 60-seater fully air-conditioned chair car particularly designed with a large glass window to see the frontal view of the Locomotive clearly.
The history relives while travelling with Fairy Queen Train together with the culture and heritage of the places, which fall in its way offer more thrilling to the travellers. The train stops at every major destination and the milieu inside the fairy Queen makes you feel like a Maharaja as you take on the royal journey. For passengers’ fun and enjoyment in the evening of the first day at the Hotel Sariska Palace, Several cultural programs are organized in. The steam locomotive will make you feel yourself really like a prince and princess and show an extreme insight of your internal depth. It operates on the 2nd and the 4th Saturday of the months of October to March.
The 60 selected passengers will definitely go back with fond memories of a once-in-a lifetime experience and let you discover the nature and heritage in the company of forethought. Go ahead and book your journey back into time now itself.