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Balamangala Express Toy Train Re-starts at Kadri Park, Mangalore

Mangalore: The toy train service, which had been halted due to the pandemic, has resumed. Children and their parents are welcome to visit Kadri Park on weekends.  Kid’s tickets cost Rs 15 while adults’ tickets cost Rs 25.

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The toy train’s engine was built in 1979 and was operated for a few years in the Bangalore Bal Bhavan before being transported to Mangaluru.

The train was first introduced in 1982, and it was operated by the Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC). Later, the Balbavan Society, which is part of the Women and Child Development Department, was tasked with resuming the park’s toy train service.


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