|Passengers riding the Kandy to Nanu Oya line wait to get off the express as it slows down coming into the station.|
|Something of a relic form the days of the British rule perhaps?|
|One of the many German-made diesel locomotives working on the Sri Lankan railway system|
|Sri Lanka is the second biggest exporter of tea, just behind Kenya. |
The Nanu Oya train line takes you past acres and acres of tea estates planted for the most part on impossibly steep hillsides.
|Nanu Oya station is very busy with tourists disgorging and heading off to Nuwara Eliya, Ella, Hatton and many other places hidden away in the tea estates...|