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SAN/Sandila (3 PFs)
سندیلہ     सण्डीला

Track: Double Electric-Line

State Highway 25, Sandila
State: Uttar Pradesh

Elevation: 134 m above sea level
Zone: NR/Northern   Division: Moradabad
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Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 3
Number of Halting Trains: 36
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★★★  Rail Fanning
Mar 25 2016 (09:31)   15651/Lohit Express (PT) | SAN/Sandila (3 PFs) | GD/WDM-3A/18968

Guest: 455e6bdb   show all posts
Entry# 1778498            Tags   Past Edits
emd powered 15651 lohit express overtakes alco powered 15011 ljn-cdg express at sandila...
mobile users: click here
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my video says:-
running late by over 3 hours, 15651 lohit express from
to jammu tawi, shows raw aggression and
overtakes my right time running 15011 lucknow jn.-
chandigarh express at sandila.9 out of 10 times it remains
a sleep oriented journey even though placed in peak hour
ljn-cdg express manages to maintain schedule escaping
all possible ot's(by lko ac,sapt kranti and
mahamana).the train although belongs to ner, enjoys full
priority in northern railway.usually it enjoys a clear run till
hardoi but that day, we where halted at sandila.i was fast
asleep, least interested in x/o's and suddenly my sleep
broke due to continuous scream by local vendors.not taking
much time i peeped out and realised we where looped at pf3
of sandila station for some overtake, just few seconds later
when i looked back through window an emd honking made
the entry and within few seconds for reaction,i pulled my
mobile out and shot this overtake from window only.
sorry for low light and shakes if any :)

8 posts - Fri Mar 25, 2016

Mar 25 2016 (22:59)
Guest: 7fc53d48   show all posts
Re# 1778498-12            Tags   Past Edits
remove your comment #moderator sir

Mar 26 2016 (00:06)
GZB WAP5 30036 WITH AC sf AT GORAKHPUR JN~   5043 blog posts   10 correct pred (50% accurate)
Re# 1778498-13            Tags   Past Edits

Mar 26 2016 (13:01)
Harsh   27441 blog posts   75681 correct pred (77% accurate)
Re# 1778498-14            Tags   Past Edits
AUR DO OBJECTION ab mai to nahi hatane wala...jao ab karo shikayat jisse bhi karna ho...
phul gali wale tweshi

Apr 01 2016 (15:08)
Railfan Rishi   1213 blog posts   21 correct pred (48% accurate)
Re# 1778498-15            Tags   Past Edits
Awesome !

Apr 01 2016 (15:13)
१२२०४ सहरसा अमृतसर गरीब रथ~   868 blog posts   30 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 1778498-16            Tags   Past Edits
It sounds like thunder.
★★★  General Travel
Jan 23 2016 (12:12)   12230/Lucknow Mail (PT) | LKO/Lucknow Charbagh NR (9 PFs) | GZB/WAP-7/30230

Guest: 4700c7c7   show all posts
Entry# 1718979            Tags   Past Edits
History Rewritten: Exclusive Clicks...First Time in the History of Indian Railways, Legendary Lucknow Mail arrives Lucknow behind Milky White GZB WAP-7 30230...

17 posts - Sun Jan 24, 2016

Jan 25 2016 (18:18)
Guest: 7fc53876   show all posts
Re# 1718979-19            Tags   Past Edits
yess WAP7 has been its regular link since 22 jan...all three runs where hauled by WAP7...

Jan 26 2016 (12:30)
GZB WAP5 30036 WITH AC sf AT GORAKHPUR JN~   5043 blog posts   10 correct pred (50% accurate)
Re# 1718979-20            Tags   Past Edits

Jan 29 2016 (19:34)
Guest: 7fc9af97   show all posts
Re# 1718979-21            Tags   Past Edits
childhood ream came true finally..now hoping for mail nd ac speedup as said by drm lko by putting it under monitoring......

Feb 06 2016 (10:22)
Guest: 4700c44e   show all posts
Re# 1718979-22            Tags   Past Edits
aap ab tk nhi nikaal paaye iska daytime shott....

Feb 06 2016 (14:08)
Guest: 35e100a0   show all posts
Re# 1718979-23            Tags   Past Edits
Garmi aajaye fir sochte hai abhi toh class Jane ka maan hi nhi krta
General Travel
Jan 26 2016 (23:15)   SAN/Sandila (3 PFs)

लिट्टी चोखा चटनी~   7251 blog posts   118 correct pred (73% accurate)
Entry# 1722060            Tags   Past Edits
Sandila ka LADDU bahut famous hai...

1 posts - Tue Jan 26, 2016

1 posts - Wed Jan 27, 2016

Jan 27 2016 (05:59)
Gopal*^~   13725 blog posts   54385 correct pred (80% accurate)
Re# 1722060-3            Tags   Past Edits
Ajay,thanks for inf.
.You can also post under Station Tip.

Jan 27 2016 (09:47)
SRG*^~   34971 blog posts   151780 correct pred (75% accurate)
Re# 1722060-4            Tags   Past Edits
Keyboard me K&L aaju baaju me rehta hai galti se k dabgaya rahega..I wanted him to correct since it would be useful info for someone :-)

Jan 27 2016 (10:34)
लिट्टी चोखा चटनी~   7251 blog posts   118 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 1722060-5            Tags   Past Edits

Jan 27 2016 (11:35)
Baniye ka Dimaag aur Miyabhai ki Daring^~   6920 blog posts   110 correct pred (74% accurate)
Re# 1722060-6            Tags   Past Edits
Sahi Baat Hai Bhai Maine to Bahot Khaye hain Jab LKO SPN Section me Travel Karta hoon Agar Train Sandila me Rukti hai to mai wahan Laddu Zaroor Kharidta hoon

Jan 27 2016 (12:02)
लिट्टी चोखा चटनी~   7251 blog posts   118 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 1722060-7            Tags   Past Edits
Train me bechne aaya tha..10 Ke 5
Rail Fanning
Nov 26 2015 (12:03)   SAN/Sandila (3 PFs)

Vaibhav Pandey   102 blog posts   5363 correct pred (71% accurate)
Entry# 1661969            Tags   Past Edits
Kindly Update station board #admin #stationboard
Oct 08 2015 (15:48)   12231/Lucknow - Chandigarh SuperFast Express | HRI/Hardoi (5 PFs)

Guest: 7fc9aeab   show all posts
Entry# 1611350            Tags   Past Edits
Seems like something has gone completely wrong on IRI with these trains Time TABLE.. #admins #moderator sir please rectify.....12231 14511 15011 kindly check the list of OT's at Hardoi and Sandila...all are fake...A single train overtakes more 30 trains at a single time at these stations...

Oct 08 2015 (15:51)
Hum safar express idea is total flop^~   77507 blog posts   5080 correct pred (77% accurate)
Re# 1611350-1            Tags   Past Edits

Oct 08 2015 (15:53)
Guest: 7fc9aeab   show all posts
Re# 1611350-2            Tags   Past Edits
Really big site issue....NAUCHANDI nearly overtook DBRT RAJ and over 40 trains at SANDILA..

Oct 08 2015 (16:12)
Hum safar express idea is total flop^~   77507 blog posts   5080 correct pred (77% accurate)
Re# 1611350-3            Tags   Past Edits
dont worry... mod sir will make it correct soon.
★★★  Rail Fanning
Jul 07 2015 (10:50)   14258/Kashi Vishwanath Express (PT) | PMR/Pitambarpur (3 PFs) | TKD/WDP-4B/40011

Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Entry# 1534165            Tags   Past Edits
Never Before, Never Again; Garib Rath Express Crushes Same Train Twice At Full MPS - Indian Railways.....
A Story Beyond Belief....
Generally, People talk a lot of about the journeys that were exciting, thrilling, and well, the kind of stuff people usually associate with extreme rides. For me personally, reading about such journeys was one, and experiencing it was another. It all began, when my Friend Adithya planned to cover the MG section of NER, from Izzatnagar to Aishbagh with a couple of his friends, and I was also invited and accepted to
go with willingness. After many twists and thirlling turns to the plot, the penultimate day arrived. The scene was like this, he was on his way to Delhi by the Karnataka Sampark Kranti express and thanks to woeful section controlling, it was more than 90 Mins late, and expected to reach Nizamuddin no earlier than 10:45. And hence I was to book his Tatkal ticket to accompany me to Lucknow the next day. Adithya suggested I try his ticket in the Saharsa Garib Rath, since there were more no. of seats available for Tatkal booking. But as luck would have it, the seats vanished before I could even sneeze, and then I shifted focus to the hero of this story – “Kashi Vishvanath Express” Saharsa Garibrath was the Anti-Hero of course. Be it luck or less demand, even at 12 Mins past 10 AM, seats were available in the Second AC of KV; as Kashi Vishvanath is called. With affirmation I booked his ticket,and it was decided that he would be traveling with me. I had a confirmed ticket in First AC of the same train with my family. The next day we landed in the New Delhi Railway Station at around 11:10, close to 25 Mins before departure time, Adithya speculated that the Garib Rath might have left already. Our Friends Dennis and Aditya Kaushal were there to see us off. It was only then that I checked to find out that the GR had not even reached New Delhi yet. As we kept chit-chatting away with time, Adithya went to talk to the TTE to check if he can join me in HA1 by paying the difference in fare. All was said and done, It was 11:25 Hrs, and we heard announcements of the Garib Rath Express being expected shortly on Platform No.15. We thought our departure would be delayed as the Garib Rath was a high priority train and would mostly be sent out ahead of us.11:35 Hrs, we were still not given the starter. The Kanpur Shatabdi played spoilsport this time, it was received in Platform No. 5 and that meant our switches were blocked till it entered. 11:40 Hrs, our train departed with a jerk, and Adithya as usual started recording the departure. He called me to the door to bid goodbye to friends and as we cautiously negotiated the switches and proceeded towards Shivaji Bridge, we received the shock of our lives, as the Garib Rath was still on Platform No 15 and hadn’t departed as yet. This only meant one thing, an Overtake was inevitable.
As our train cruised past Anand Vihar, Chander Nagar and Sahibabad, I found out that the Garib Rath had departed from NDLS @ 11:55, 45 Mins behind schedule and 15 Mins behind us. Adithya swore that the overtake might happen at Ghazibad itself,since we had a scheduled halt and the Garib Rath had a Non-Stop run till Moradabad Jn. But shocked again, we departed Ghaziabad after our 2 Min commercial halt. Then came our regular RF spots, Mehrauli skipped, Dasna skipped, Pilkuwa – Commercial halt; halted in mainline PF, 2 Mins, departed, all stations with loops were either skipped or we halted in the mainline. The only next possible spot for the inevitable ovetake was Hapur Jn. Being a Jn. and a loop-line halt, both of us assumed that the overtake would happen there mostly. But the GR didn’t manage to shorten the gap between us. In fact it had increased, by the time we departed Hapur, the GR was still in Pilkuwa. After crossing the Dibrugarh Rajdhani in Hapur,we raced towards Garhmukteswar and one by one all our regular RF spots were skipped brutally at MPS - Babugarh, Kuchesar Road, Simbhooli etc. Garhmukteswar city was our next halt, also a loop-line halt. But here too the GR was not close enough for an overtake and hence the controller decided to let us ahead. The Delhi bound Uttarakhand Sampark Kranti crossed us here. We had only 2 halts to go before Moradabad Jn. – Gajraula Jn. and Amroha. The overtake must happen in one of them, if not in any wayside station, for the GR’s very pride was at stake. Imagine, trailing a M/E till almost 150 Km with no halts. Finally, the overtake happened at Amroha. LDH WDM3A stamped its authority at MPS with the 18 coach GR. But the best was yet to come, best for us, worst for the GR. Thanks to some awful section controlling, we managed to catch up with the GR still stranded at Moradabad Jn. Our friend Zahaib who came to meet us, gave us the news that the GR was held up in PF No.4, since some other train had just departed from PF No.1 ahead of us, the same PF No.1 which we had entered. We received a fantastic surprise when we actually were given the starter ahead of the GR; GR Shocked, Controller Rocked.
We charged ahead towards Rampur Jn. Now, this was a first time either of us saw such a thing happening, both shocked and excited, we kept speculating as to where the next Overtake would happen. Despite many loop-line stations en-route, Kashi Vishwanath Express skipped all of them with authority. The new crew were in no mood to slow down and cracked at MPS wherever possible. Despite our 25 Mins delay, the GR was nowhere in sight to overtake us again and increase that delay of ours. Bareilly halt was negotiated at around quarter past 5. After we departed Bareilly; we tracked the GR to find out that it had arrived BE a few minutes after our departure. So we were sure that OT would happen sometime soon. And so it did, in our first commercial halt after Bareilly – Pitambarpur. Close to 7 Mins into our halt, neither the GR appeared nor did we get the starter. Our patient wait reached the 10th minute when the mainline starter and advanced starter went to green in a matter of seconds. The adrenaline rush peaked and our excitement levels knew no bounds. The 2 of us took our positions. And scaring away the un-expecting UR passengers, the rebuilt LDH Diesel Monster hunk once again charged past us at MPS with the Saharsa bound Garib Rath Express, the anti-hero finally had the last laugh, but undoubtedly the hero of this adventure was Kashi Vishwanath Express, which got priority over a premier class train not once but twice in the same route that too. After about 6 Mins of the GR’s re-overtake, we were given the starter, and Adithya and I rejoiced this adventurous ride all the way to Lucknow. It will remain a journey etched in our memory. Hope all of you who read this description find it just as exciting as we did when we experienced it live.
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3 posts - Tue Jul 07, 2015

6 posts - Wed Jul 08, 2015

Jul 08 2015 (19:11)
Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1534165-10            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks Bhai :)

Jul 08 2015 (19:11)
Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1534165-11            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks :)

Jul 09 2015 (09:18)
Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1534165-12            Tags   Past Edits
Thank you :)

Jul 09 2015 (12:03)
Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1534165-13            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks :)

Jul 10 2015 (18:38)
Trains At Glance~   601 blog posts   2 correct pred (100% accurate)
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General Travel
Apr 29 2014 (20:27)   14013/Sadbhavana Express | SAN/Sandila (3 PFs)

اطل مشرا   753 blog posts   1045 correct pred (75% accurate)
Entry# 1076956            Tags   Past Edits
Sadbhavana express caught fire between Sandila and Hardoi. Details yet to come. One of my relatives told me about it.
★  Rail Fanning
Apr 16 2014 (23:45)   SAN/Sandila (3 PFs)

rdb*^   30228 blog posts   354889 correct pred (79% accurate)
Entry# 1060574            Tags   Past Edits
Sandila Stn, MB Divn., NR

Apr 16 2014 (23:47)
اطل مشرا   753 blog posts   1045 correct pred (75% accurate)
Re# 1060574-1            Tags   Past Edits
Great photo.....Its MB division.....

Apr 16 2014 (23:49)
rdb*^   30228 blog posts   354889 correct pred (79% accurate)
Re# 1060574-2            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks, now ed.

Apr 17 2014 (00:25)
rdb*^   30228 blog posts   354889 correct pred (79% accurate)
Re# 1060574-3            Tags   Past Edits
This is also first ever blog or pic. of the Station..
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