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India. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. This famous train journey travels to the tea growing town of Darjelling, at the foothills of the Himalayas. Canada. Whistler Mountain. Saddle up! The Whistler Mountain train forges an unforgettable path through Canada's Rocky Mountain's. Kenya. Steam Safari. After 20 Years on the scrap heap, the world's largest and heaviest steam locomotive is unveiled in Kenya, and put back into full service. Hungary. Children's Train. The Budapest Children's Railway is the world's only full size railway operated almost entirely by children aged 10 to 14. Canada. Rocky Mountaineer. The slower pace of the Rocky Mountaineer has been a best seller for 17 years, having carried over 800,000 guests through the dramatic landscape of Canada's west. China to Tibet. China's new rail from Beijing to Tibet is more than just a line, it's a bridge between two disparate cultures living closely together.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 17, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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