Having been running Health and Safety projects for some years, I took great pleasure in jumping onto the railway track and heading down it with great abandon. That pleasure turned into mild panic as I hit a tunnel knowing that the 15.30 train was minutes behind me and I needed to get through it if I wanted to get a photo of the train crossing the bridge. Nothing to do but run across the 30 or so meters making every effort not to trip over the sleepers. Got through without any issues with enough time to settle down on the wall of the bridge and wait for the train: got a great photo as the giant engine pulled centimetres past me, passengers waving hello. The scenery as you walk the tracks is as great as anything you will have seen in the hill country. As the bridge finishes you can take the path that climbs steeply upwards and follow it to a road, cross that road and walk through the tea plantation to get to the foot of Little Adam's rock.
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