The Darjeeling Himalayan Railways has replaced the opaque walls at the rear and front ends of two first class coaches with glasses so that travellers can see the more than century-old steam engine pull the train.
Narendra Mohan, the area officer of DHR, said the refitted compartments were being used for toy trains running between Darjeeling and Ghoom since May.
He said two more coaches were also being given glasses at either ends and they would be put to use in two weeks.
“Tourists around the world come to Darjeeling to take a ride on the UNESCO World Heritage railway. In order to make their ride more enjoyable and fulfilling, we have renovated two first class coaches and added glass windows at the rear and front ends,” Mohan said.