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Mar 30 2017 (18:34)   BZA/Vijayawada Junction (10 PFs) | BZA/WDM-2/017585

MI nailed the RPS💟💟💕~   914 blog posts   62 correct pred (70% accurate)
Entry# 2216277            Tags   Past Edits
Dismantling the WDM2 in loco shed BZA.

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Apr 04 2017 (15:02)
Indian Railways the life line of our Nation~   15205 blog posts   137 correct pred (82% accurate)
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Zoom the first pic,cleary written wdm2 in hindi

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Apr 04 2017 (15:20)
Tabbys star and the Alien outpost~   2548 blog posts
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WDP1's are only about 20 years old and are younger than the WAP5 !! Until the BZA-BVRT route is electrified, BZA's WDP1's may not be condemned. If at all, they be condemned due to the availability of more advanced EMD's, but not due to age. They still have at least 15 years left in them. :)

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Apr 04 2017 (15:54)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Yes indeed, my apologies... WDP's had begun to be condemned since the last i was living in vijayawada(4 months ago), so assumed this was one too. Also BZA has barely any WDM-2/3A's.

Apr 04 2017 (15:55)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Yes perhaps with EMD's replacing most links, WDP's are slowly being condemned i guess, i saw two stripped(not for IOH) in BZA last year.

Apr 05 2017 (19:41)
MI nailed the RPS💟💟💕~   914 blog posts   62 correct pred (70% accurate)
Re# 2216277-12            Tags   Past Edits
No bro that is M2
General Travel
Mar 21 2017 (15:45)   NZB/Nizamabad Junction (3 PFs)

Rizwan NZB Jn~   271 blog posts   1 correct pred (50% accurate)
Entry# 2205295            Tags   Past Edits
21/03/17 (Today) Works near NZB.

Mar 21 2017 (15:57)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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They have completed the interlocking works and RRI is active now, although control panel has not been made operational which would be done in a day or two. After that and post CRS approval, the line may be commissioned on 25-03-2017 or at a later date, lets see!
General Travel
Feb 22 2017 (12:24)  

phaniraj1274~   133 blog posts
Entry# 2174093            Tags   Past Edits
Good News,Peddapalli-Nizamabad Railway Line of 177kms Length is now completed Fullpledgedly,which was inspected by DRM of HYB yesterday,If the saftey committee gives a positive indication of this Railway Line,From Next month they are going to start a new train full pledgedly from Peddapalli-Nizamabad

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Feb 22 2017 (13:18)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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CRS inspection is going on this week!
General Travel
Feb 17 2017 (09:49)  

MJ*^   8653 blog posts   11616 correct pred (68% accurate)
Entry# 2167703            Tags   Past Edits
Off topic
Our spice jet flight is preponed at 7:20am ,schd dept 8:20am from mumbai-bengaluru,on 13 march so does it allow cancelling ticket as full refund?

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Feb 17 2017 (11:03)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Yes, if the flight is preponed by 60 minutes or more, passenger is eligible for full refund.

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★★★  Travelogue
Jul 18 2015 (19:38)   18047/Amaravati Express (PT) | DDS/Dudh Sagar (1 PFs)

VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
Entry# 1544548            Tags   Past Edits
The cold breeze was making it very difficult to sleep in peace, I had to get off wobbling away to find something warm. It was
the 04th of july 2015, I was onboard the 18047 Amaravati Express enroute to Goa from Vijayawada, by the time I woke up the next morning, the train and me were both at Gadag Junction in karnataka, late by 02 hours and crawled our way into Hubli Junction in an hour.
Post Hubli is when you find a distinct change in the landscape, the semi-arid deccan plateau transits to a greener and considerably wetter terrain and that’s when you know that you are approaching the western ghats (Or the Sahyadris if you prefer to call them that as called in Maharashtra). My destination for the day was the Kulem, a goan village after Dudhsagar Waterfalls in Goa to board a train back to Bengaluru. The Western ghats together, from Maharashtra to Kerala through Goa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu form one of the most diverse biodiversity hotspots in the world. Owing to the elevation and continuity of the western ghats range, they block much of the south west monsoon from quickly spreading across the rest of the deccan plateau and as a result are wet most of the time with average rainfall much higher than the rest of the country, except perhaps the north eastern States.
Needless to say, the difficulty in terrain has always made connectivity to the west coast difficult from the rest of the country. The four major crossings of the Western Ghats by rail are the Bhor and Thull Ghats near Kasara and Khandala in Maharashtra, Braganza ghats near Castle rock in Goa and Shiradi ghats between Sakleshpur and Subhramanya road in Karnataka. The Ghats are very steep for trains to operate with the usual locomotives and evidently require Bankers or breakers (Additional Locomotives at the front or rear of the train consist) to ascend/descend. This might appear interesting only to rail entusiasts or technically inclined people in general but there is something in these ghats which immediately captivates everyone, the melancholy and sheer beauty, perhaps nature at its purest and best.
Dudhsagar waterfalls, my first pit stop happens to be in the Braganza ghats of Goa, about 12 kms off the Karnataka State border on one of the railway ghat sections mentioned earlier, the ghat begins at Castlerock railway station in Karnataka (the last station in KA) and traverses through Caranzol, Dudhsagar and Sonalium Stations to end at Kulem station in Goa, descending 510 mts in a distance of 26 kms. The waterfalls, a beautiful four tired falls on the mandovi river, in itself is seasonal and is usually at its full glory between August-October.
The train I was in, amaravathi express, crossed alnavar junction while I was lost in my own thoughts standing at the door, and started turning and twisting its way to Castle rock through the Anshi-Dandeli Tiger reserve. Apart from the train itself, everything else begins to appear green from this point, lush semi-evergreen forest engulfs you from everywhere around, transporting you into a world apart amidst which arrives Castle rock. Castle rock is a station with no apparent reason for existence, this is where breakers are attached for trains going downhill and detached for trains just having climbed uphill.
Three locomotives (WDG-4 from UBL Shed) were attached at the front, ahead of the existing twin GY WDG-3G’s which hauled my train from Guntur and we slowly began going downhill with a Maximum permissible speed of 30KMPH. The Speed was absolutely no reason to complain though, right after castlerock begins the spectacle of breathtaking views and jaw dropping moments traversing through tunnels amidst nearly incessant rain which keeps you hooked to the windows. The first station in this stretch is Caranzol (trains going downhill in this ghat section either freight or passenger are mandated to stop at all the three stations between Castle rock and Kulem for a brake test) after which the skies were literally pouring down all the way till dudhsagar.
Final part and pictures to follow..

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1 posts - Mon Jul 20, 2015

Jul 20 2015 (10:21)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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I hope so too, enjoy your trip :)

Jul 20 2015 (22:18)
Sabyasachi*^~   8783 blog posts   173378 correct pred (68% accurate)
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The more i read of these trip reports across Dudh Sagar, a feelings comes up " when is my turn" !!

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Jul 22 2015 (11:12)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Unfortunately though, RPF seem to be creating an issue these days click here

Jul 22 2015 (16:32)
tiwarigp74*^~   1714 blog posts   21 correct pred (66% accurate)
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Absolutely marvellous
I was scared too as I was reading your blog. Superb and adventurous , thumps up.

Jul 25 2015 (00:30)
Surya   619 blog posts
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Superb. ..
D fotos are awesome..... just feel like i shld go..,.
General Travel
Jul 11 2015 (08:26)   18047/Amaravati Express (PT) | DDS/Dudh Sagar (1 PFs)

swaroophegde5~   444 blog posts   95 correct pred (67% accurate)
Entry# 1537530            Tags   Past Edits
my family wants to visit dudh sagar waterfalls. they planned to take amaravati 18047 from ubl to dds. there are 5 adults in our family with two elderly people. so is it comfortable to take elderly people? and more important thing is will amaravati surely stop at DDS? recent travellers please answer

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Jul 14 2015 (10:52)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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All Trains including Amaravati stop at all stations(Caranzol,Dudhsagar and Sonalium) while descending the ghats for brake test, Dudhsagar falls is about 700-900 mts from DDS station(Or just a tunnel away if you look at it). However as other members suggested, elderly people might find it difficult to get down the train and its not worth the risk IMO.
While going uphill trains dont need to stop at either of the three stations, atleast VSG-YPR Exp didnt. But as Mr.Vivek says and heard often, it does seem like Goa Exp and Amaravathi UP
stop there.
★★  Info Update
Jul 10 2015 (12:30)  

IRI Guy™   710 blog posts   204 correct pred (78% accurate)
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Largest and Greatest Stations of INDIAN RAILWAYS.
Shoranur Junction - Largest station in Kerala.
Division :Palakkad Division
Zone :Southern Railway

Electrified :Yes
Platforms : 7
Code : SRR
Junction : 4 lines;Nilambur line,Ernakulam line,Coimbatore line and Kozhikode line.
Chennai Central - Largest station in Tamilnadu.
Division : Chennai Division
Zone : Southern Railway
Electrified : Yes
Platforms : 12
Code :MAS
Junction :No
Bangalore City Junction - Largest station in Karnataka.
Division :Bangalore Division
Zone :South Western Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms : 10
Code : SBC
Junction :3 lines;Mysore line, Yeswantpur line,Chennai line.
Vijayawada Junction - Largest station in Andhra Pradhesh.
Division : Division
Zone :South Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :10
Code : BZA
Junction :4 lines; Warangal line,Vishakapatnam line, Chennai line, Gudivada line.
Secunderabad Junction - Largest station in Telangana.
Division : Secunderabad Division
Zone :Southern Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :10
Code :SC
Junction :4 lines; Kacheguda line, Wadi line, Kazipet line, Nizamabad line.
Mumbai CST - Largest station in Maharashtra.
Division :Mumbai CST Division
Zone :Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :18
Code : CSTM
Junction : No
Khurdha Road Junction - Largest station in Odhisha.
Division :Khurda Road Division
Zone :East Coast Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :7
Code : KUR
Junction : 3 lines;Bhubaneshwar line, Vishakapatnam line, Puri line.
Nainpur Junction - Largest Narrow Gauge station in Asia ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).
Division :Khurda Road Division
Zone :South East Central Railway
Electrified :Narrow Gauge
Platforms :4
Code : NIR
Junction : 4 lines;Mandla Fort line, Jabalpur line, Gondia line, Chhindwara line.
Ahmedabad Junction - Largest station in Gujarat.
Division :Ahmedabad Division
Zone :Western Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :12
Code : ADI
Junction : Yes
Jaipur Junction - Largest station in Rajasthan.
Division :Jaipur Division
Zone :North Western Railway
Electrified :No
Platforms :8
Code : JP
Junction : 3 lines.
Howrah Junction - Largest station in India.
Division :Howrah Divison
Zone :Eastern Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :23
Code : HWH
Junction : 2 lines
Gorakhpur Junction - Uttar Pradesh LONGEST STATION IN THE WORLD.
Division :Lucknow Division
Zone :Western Railway
Electrified :No
Platforms :10
Code : GKP
Junction : 5 lines.
Sonpur Junction - 8th Largest Railway Platform in the World and Bihar.
Division :Sonpur Division
Zone :East Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :4
Code : SEE
Junction : 3 lines.
Ghoom - Highest railway station in India. At an altitude of 2,258 meters.
Division :Kathihar Division
Zone :Northeast Frontier Railway
Electrified :Narrow Gauge
Platforms :3
Code : GHUM
Junction :No
Guwahati - Largest station in Assam.
Division :Lumding Division
Zone :Northeast Frontier Railway
Electrified :No
Platforms :7
Code : GHY
Junction :No
Rewari Junction - Largest station in Haryana.
Division :Jaipur Division
Zone :North Western Railway
Electrified :No
Platforms :8
Code : RE
Junction :6 lines.
Mathura Junction - Only junction in India that has seven railway lines converging there.
Division : Agra Cantt. Division
Zone :North Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :10
Code : MTJ
Junction :7 lines.
Bathinda Junction - Largest Junction in Punjab,with 6 lines.
Division :Ambala Cantt. Division
Zone :Northern Railway
Electrified :No
Platforms :6
Code : BTI
Junction :6 lines.
Dhanbad Junction - Largest station in Jharkand.
Division :Dhanbad Division
Zone :East Central Railway
Electrified :Yes
Platforms :9
Code : DHN
Junction :3 lines.
Correct me if i'm wrong!!

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Jul 10 2015 (12:47)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Secunderabad is a junction point for four lines, KCG,KZJ,WADI and NZB!

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Jul 10 2015 (14:04)
IRI Guy™   710 blog posts   204 correct pred (78% accurate)
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Jun 30 2015 (09:39)   GWD/Gadwal Junction (2 PFs)

Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
Entry# 1528400            Tags   Past Edits
Is there any necessity of calling this station as junction.Since i dont see till now no express trains are been introduced and also i guess on this no body interested to show the demands till now?
going further we demand to introduce one express conecting to bangalore as trial expeirmental purpose.
Going further they can start diverting Karnataka Sampark to run this train via gadwal - raichur chord line since its does not have any stops till dharmavaram.
they can easily think of this route.

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Jul 02 2015 (09:59)
Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
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I am talking off long distance trains as there is no necessity for this people to pass via Krnl.
Since this krnl route is very congested and also people utilization is very less compare to this train.
Better i guess this is sure it will be diverted once raichur electrification route got completed via Vikarabad even Gadwal route is also not required i guess.Since that route is very high speed,Fully Double line till gtl,Time Save,Diesel Save,No need of shunting at kacheguda due to Wap change.
if railway will get this many benefits,why they will waste the money using this congested route.

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Jul 02 2015 (10:36)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Firstly, GWD-KRNT-DHNE is not congested in the day, the time when KSK passes through. Its congested only from the evenings till early morning. We are not talking about the VKB-WADI route at all here, all we are talking of is why KSK is better off running via KRNT! Oh and SC-GTL via VKB,WADI is not fully double technically and neither is it electrified!

Jul 03 2015 (09:34)
Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
Re# 1528400-5            Tags   Past Edits
We need to think of Time constraint and railway revenue.
The shorter distance make sense,but they were so many drawbacks.We need to encourage the railways in making much profit,then only burden charges will get reduce.Since railway are already invested so much amount of making double is because of reducing time and reach destiny before time.
So going further we need to provide the better results for making utlization of this route and once after profit they can slowly start other side of development of making electrification b/w KCG to GTL.
do you know this route information SC-GTL via VKB,WADI is not fully double technically and neither is it electrified!?
As we are travelling everytime of this route and as we noticed only major bridge work is in progress at matralayam,so once this completed i hope its 100% complete of double and also eletric work,the work is inbetween kosigi & Krishna also inb/w each of this station the work is in progress.
As i Guess this is target before March 2016.
Its 80% of work been completed.
I hope we can suggest good solutions for railways.If any please advice.

Jul 03 2015 (12:03)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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I know about this route very well my friend, you dont have to worry about that! I am from Hyderabad and travel way too often. Anyway, yes work is pending at the alignment of bridge at mantralayam road and that is the only stretch(Mantralayam road-Matmari) which is not doubled between GTL-SC yet, i agree hence i said technically not fully double. As far as the electrification is concerned, poles are up from either sides(From wadi side and GTL side) upto Yadgir and intermittently pretty much everywhere but there seems to be no likelihood of completion of electrification atleast till 2016 end or early 2017, for example look at YNK-GY, electrification started more than 2 years ago and is not complete yet.

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Jul 03 2015 (12:13)
Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
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Thanks Ya but its not fair as per target date it has to be completed before march 2016,if not will they plan to use of partial complete and run starting WAP with single electrified .Its long wait pending of dream as we want to see end to end WAP.
ex Delhi-SBC hope dream comes true at least.
Also the other side Daund to Gulbarga this is also in progress i guess.

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Jun 13 2015 (08:38)   17621/Aurangabad - Renigunta Weekly Express

Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
Entry# 1510247            Tags   Past Edits
Need to Increase the frequency of this train as tri -weekly.

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Jul 02 2015 (10:41)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
Re# 1510247-8            Tags   Past Edits
Will be done in next budget hopefully.Ideally this should have run via NED-NZB-KCG-GY just like NSL-MS Exp. Saves about 75 kms and avoids three reversals.

Jul 02 2015 (10:45)
Thanks SWR   3894 blog posts   15 correct pred (79% accurate)
Re# 1510247-9            Tags   Past Edits
This is taking diff route,especially connecting Parli vailnath,Bidar and ZHB to RU(an alternate to tpty).
Every train we should not expect to run in shortest route,agreed 42kmph avg speed is less can be increased

Jul 02 2015 (11:10)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
Re# 1510247-10            Tags   Past Edits
Well yeah, on that i agree! First time connectivity to bidar/parli etc! I hope this is atleast speeded up a bit, lets see!

Jul 03 2015 (09:16)
Naveen Golla   313 blog posts
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Also if any thing relates ur region try to answer we request not to give UN-necessary suggestion.I hope u understand better.
Also ur (VijayAditya)profile home station -Hafizpet & nearest station is Vijayawada (First try to make ur profile correct).
General Travel
Jul 01 2015 (10:16)   18520/Mumbai LTT (Kurla) - Visakhapatnam Express

Venkat వెంకట్~   13683 blog posts   13 correct pred (87% accurate)
Entry# 1529319            Tags   Past Edits
TT change from BZA. Now only 10 min stop at BZA and arrives VSKP 5 min early.

SNo Stn Code Stn Name Route No. Arrival Time Dep. Time Halt Time (In Minutes) Distance Day Remark
T 1 Source 06:55 0 1
2 PUNE PUNE JN 1 10:15 10:20 5:00 176 1
3 SUR SOLAPUR JN 1 14:15 14:25 10:00 440 1
4 GR GULBARGA 1 16:30 16:32 2:00 553 1
5 WADI WADI 1 17:40 17:50 10:00 589 1
6 TDU TANDUR 1 18:44 18:45 1:00 660 1
7 VKB VIKARABAD JN 1 19:29 19:30 1:00 701 1
8 LPI LINGAMPALLI 1 20:04 20:05 1:00 750 1
9 SC SECUNDERABAD JN 1 20:55 21:05 10:00 773 1
10 MLY MAULA ALI 1 21:47 21:48 1:00 779 1
11 KZJ KAZIPET JN 1 23:28 23:30 2:00 905 1
12 BZA VIJAYAWADA JN 1 03:30 03:40 10:00 1123 2
13 GDV GUDIVADA JN 1 05:04 05:05 1:00 1167 2
14 KKLR KAIKALUR 1 05:38 05:39 1:00 1196 2
15 AKVD AKIVIDU 1 05:57 05:58 1:00 1213 2
16 BVRT BHIMAVARAM TOWN 1 06:24 06:25 1:00 1230 2
17 TNKU TANUKU 1 06:59 07:00 1:00 1261 2
18 RJY RAJAHMUNDRY 1 08:00 08:02 2:00 1300 2
19 VSKP VISHAKAPATNAM 1 11:10 Destination 1501 2

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Jul 02 2015 (11:28)
VijayAditya*   1622 blog posts   29 correct pred (69% accurate)
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This looks really interesting, any idea how many minutes did it have a halt at Wadi in the earlier TT? looking at this it appears that it may have a Diesel to Electric change at Wadi(10 mins halt) and then diesel from BZA, since loco attachment at BZA is the other side it makes sense giving the 10 minute halt! Only a guess though!

Jul 02 2015 (11:31)
Venkat వెంకట్~   13683 blog posts   13 correct pred (87% accurate)
Re# 1529319-6            Tags   Past Edits
you can check IRI tt, latest TT not updated in IRI.

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