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Oct 26 2016 (20:49)   12720/Hyderabad - Ajmer Superfast Express (PT) | HYB/Hyderabad Deccan Nampally (6 PFs)
 

r4012209   73 blog posts   402 correct pred (59% accurate)
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trip started
running from platform 4 at Hyd
  
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Oct 26 2016 (20:46)   12720/Hyderabad - Ajmer Superfast Express (PT)
 

r4012209   73 blog posts   402 correct pred (59% accurate)
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left hyd stn
reaching lakdi-ka-pul now
  
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Jun 11 2016 (05:21)  
 

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Are these the most dangerous railways in the world?
From the devilish peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the temperamental waters of the Indian Ocean, these trains cross some of the world's most spectacular and downright dangerous landscapes. If you can handle hair-raising bends and gut-clenching drops, come take a ride on the world's most dangerous railways.
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Kuranda Scenic Railway, Australia
The Kuranda Scenic Railway is a fantastic, and ever so slightly terrifying, way to explore the landscapes of Queensland, Australia. A haven for nature lovers, the train passes through an area that is home to roughly 200 species of tropical plants and trees, such as orchids and exotic palms.
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Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe train, South Africa
This South African railway takes you on a picturesque ride through the country's famous Garden Route, with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean. Although the line has been closed since 2009, the government is planning to reopen the once popular track.
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Cumbers and Toltec Scenic Railroad, Colorado
Running through incredible scenery from New Mexico to Colorado, the Cumbers & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a route on the US circuit that can't be missed. Crossing suspended bridges and hugging mountainsides, the train runs along the same route taken by miners hoping to make their fortune in the California Gold Rush.
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Tren de las nubes, Argentina
The Tren de las nubes is an obligatory pit stop for anyone who finds themselves in the north of Argentina. Literally translated, the route is called the train in the clouds, as it crosses the Cordillera de los Andes to the Chilean border with views that will take your breath away.
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White Pass and Yukon Route, Alaska and Yukon (Canada)
Alaska invites you to step aboard the White Pass and Yukon Route, constructed to clear the way for gold mining in Klondike. With breathtaking views over unspoiled Alaskan landscapes, the tracks now attract their fair share of adventurous tourists.
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Chennai Rameswaram Route, India
With one of the most formidable rail networks in the world, it's no surprise that India also holds one of its scariest train journeys. Located in the southeast of the country, the Chennai Rameswaram Route runs directly above the waters of the Indian Ocean, crossing bridges built into the seabed.
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Georgetown Loop Railroad, Colorado
We return to Colorado for this next railway line, which runs one of the most historic routes in America. The track was built at the end of the 1800s through the Rocky Mountains, one of the most important mining sites at the time. Suspended more than 650 feet in the air at certain points, the train guarantees superb views of Colorado's scenery.
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Death Railway, Thailand
As its name may suggest, Death Railway is one of the most terrifying train journeys in Thailand. Linking capital Bangkok to Rangoon, the track was constructed by the Japanese during the World War II. It didn't actually get its name from the precarious tracks it runs on, but rather from the 90,000 civilians and 16,000 Allied prisoners of war who were forced to construct it.
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Minami Aso Route, Japan
Even the Land of the Rising Sun has a terrifying train journey to propose. The Minami Aso Railway crosses the area surrounding Mount Aso - Japan's most active volcano - in the southern region of Kumamoto.
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Argo Gede Train, Indonesia
Our final stop is in Indonesia, where the Argo Gede Train runs across one of the most lush landscapes in the world. On the three-hour trip from Jakarta to Bandung, the train passes over a spectacular valley on the Cikurutug Bridge suspended 1,970 feet above the jungle floor.
  
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Apr 04 2016 (14:38)  
 

r4012209   73 blog posts   402 correct pred (59% accurate)
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12650/ Karnataka Sampark Kranti Express (Via Kacheguda)
#4 NGP Nagpur Junction 22:10 +49 22:20 +50 10min 1084.2km 66 315m CR
86 intermediate stations 08:45 581.3km
#5 KCG Hyderabad Kacheguda• 07:05 +54 07:15 +1:08 10min 1665.5km 62 493m SCR
Amazing...
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train runs 8h 45mins for a distance of 581.3 km, NON-stop
any other train that has a longer run,
in time...
or distance.. ??
Jiyo IR... love u
Regards

  
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Apr 04 2016 (14:46)
Srikanth~   1601 blog posts   588 correct pred (72% accurate)
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12652 TNSK does it for 660 kms Non stop from NGP to BZA for 10 h 20 m.

  
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Apr 04 2016 (15:10)
भूत हूँ मैं~   3499 blog posts   3084 correct pred (82% accurate)
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both KSK and TNSK has got technical halt at BPQ
TRIP HAS ENDED.
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Aug 06 2015 (10:42)
r4012209   73 blog posts   402 correct pred (59% accurate)
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Hmmm.... so how is this supposed to work!!
Hindi readers go to chennai
english readers go to trivandrum
inn-te-resting... Hmmmmm :-)

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