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DIW/Dhilwan (2 PFs)
ਢਿਲਵਾਂ     ढिलवां

Track: Double Electric-Line

Jalandhar- Amritsar GT Road, Dhilwan, District Kapurthala
State: Punjab

Elevation: 224 m above sea level
Zone: NR/Northern   Division: Firozpur
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Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 9
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Rating: 4.6/5 (6 votes)
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May 03 2015 (09:47)   12411/Chandigarh - Amritsar Intercity Express | BEAS/Beas Junction (2 PFs)
 

Abhinav Phangcho Choudhury~   1180 blog posts   1 correct pred (100% accurate)
Entry# 1452434            Tags   Past Edits
The SUNDAY's treat !
Departure from Beas Jn !
Enjoy the scenic beauty of Jalandhar - Beas - Amritsar section !
PUNJAB - at its best !
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May 03 2015 (09:54)
Ludhiana WAP7~   856 blog posts   5 correct pred (35% accurate)
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THIS TRAIN RUNS WELL IN SHANEWALto AMRITSAR SECTION,BUT SLOW from Shanewal to chandigarh.Why...............?

  
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May 03 2015 (09:54)
Ludhiana WAP7~   856 blog posts   5 correct pred (35% accurate)
Re# 1452434-2            Tags   Past Edits
well nice acc.

  
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May 03 2015 (10:32)
Abhinav Phangcho Choudhury~   1180 blog posts   1 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1452434-3            Tags   Past Edits
Actually the portion between Sanehwal and Morinda is a new alignment with two mega curves, this is why I think that railway has imposed some speed restriction in that section, then Morinda to Chandigarh portion passes through the secstors of Chandigarh where you can't expect high speed. But I am sure that very soon the portion between Sanehwal and Morinda will be upgraded to high speed.
  
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Apr 26 2015 (09:48)   12411/Chandigarh - Amritsar Intercity Express | JUC/Jalandhar City Junction (5 PFs)
 

Abhinav Phangcho Choudhury~   1180 blog posts   1 correct pred (100% accurate)
Entry# 1442823            Tags   Past Edits
Full video ! Explore Punjab:
Hamira to Dhilwan by Chandigarh - Amritsar LHB Intercity Express
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May 01 2015 (22:07)   12411/Chandigarh - Amritsar Intercity Express | BEAS/Beas Junction (2 PFs)
 

Abhinav Phangcho Choudhury~   1180 blog posts   1 correct pred (100% accurate)
Entry# 1450790            Tags   Past Edits
The hidden treasure of Jalandhar - Amritsar Section:
River BEAS at its best !
Also notice the old/abandoned/defunct underslung truss girder railway bridge, a similar one is also there over River Sutlej between Ludhiana and Phillaur Jn (Video to be uploaded soon) !!!
A must watch !
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Jul 28 2013 (15:08)   DIW/Dhilwan (2 PFs)
 

Saurabh   8654 blog posts   3222 correct pred (72% accurate)
Entry# 816365            Tags   Past Edits
Station Board pic.
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Aug 13 2012 (16:02)   12380/Jallianwalabagh Express | DIW/Dhilwan (2 PFs)
 

ArkChat921*^   5905 blog posts   3430 correct pred (60% accurate)
Entry# 503637            Tags   Past Edits
WAP-4 cruising through Dhilwan (Punjab) just prior to Beas Junction: ASR- SDAH Superfast
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Before time running 12380 Amritsar - Sealdah Weekly Superfast (Jalianwala Bagh/ W.B. Sampark Kranti) Express headed by 22565 Howrah shed WAP-4 cruises past Dhilwan (DIW) station enroute at a TSR zone before accelerating somewhat while heading for its next destination, i.e. Jalandhar City Junction.
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station is just the next station after Beas Junction in NR's Amritsar- Jalandhar- Ludhiana stretch enroute. When we rode on this train, it furiously sped past Beas Junction,
But it has now become a thing of the past, because from August 05, 2012, this train has been given a halt at the station in both the direction. :-(
Beas is a small town in the Amritsar District of Punjab state of India, located between the cities of Amritsar (42 km) and Jalandhar (35 km) along the banks of the Beas River on National Highway 1. Five miles to the east, there is a small town called 'Dera Baba Jaimal Singh' PIN (ZIP) 143204, originally founded by the spiritual mystic, Baba Jaimal Singh, as his 'dera' or farm house, and who knew it was going to grow. It is today, as then, the headquarters of Radha Soami Satsang Beas. Every year, millions of Radha Soami followers travel to Beas to attend satsangs (discourses) often held at the Dera for weeks at a time. The number of sangat (devotees) present on these days reaches several hundred thousands on the days of the Satsangs. Beas is also famous for the Radhasoami Charitable Hospital, which was constructed in the 80s by the Radhasoami Society. Since its inauguration, it has served countless patients. Annual optometry clinics are held at the hospital where hundreds of patients with eye-related problems, especially those suffering from cataracts, are treated.
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