Checked just now.. So whatever updated (After discussion) on IRI yesterday is 100℅ ok. Still TT looks weird between ASK-DRU-RRB Stretch owing to Distance between them & Time provided. But will still reach ontime at Destination owing to Slack.
Yes bro . Look at the availability. Still i'm puzzled why do we need this train. If it was to BGM , then it would have been more useful 16227 TALGUPPA EXP 23-01-2017 YESVANTPUR JN SHIVAMOGGA TOWN GENERAL
S.No. Date (DD-MM-YYYY) Class - SL Class -3A 1 23- 1-2017 AVAILABLE 181 AVAILABLE 54 2 24- 1-2017 AVAILABLE 162 AVAILABLE 51 3 25- 1-2017 GNWL141/WL103 GNWL44/WL40 4 26- 1-2017 GNWL2/RAC83 AVAILABLE 31 5 27- 1-2017 RAC47/RAC 41 AVAILABLE 8 6 28- 1-2017 RAC2/RAC 2 AVAILABLE 47
first thing no intercity shud get lhb .. coz its a loss of general passengers .. the eogs r completely useless.. better to run it om icf that wud hav more space to accomodate.. nd after lhbification of other longer daily running trains then one shud think abt intercities
But compared to normal Sleeper trains, impact of reduction in UR coaches is lesser in intercity trains, due to larger seating capacity of LHB coaches (especially 2S type coaches) and the usually higher number of UR coaches in ICE trains. Added to that, LHB will be a safer option for ICE's as these trains usually run with dense crush loads.
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KJM diesels with the train to Jog falls! Train to Jog falls/Talaguppa : Seen here are the two instances of the same train : 16205 Talguppa Mysore Intercity Express captured on two seperate days at Shimoga Town. This is the only "express" train that runs upto Talguppa during day time. There are two passenger trains that runs up to Talguppa (From Shimoga and Mysore) during the day. Apart from the above mentioned intercity express train, there is a daily overnight express train that connects Talguppa to Bangalore (via Shimoga). All the above mentioned trains initially used to run upto SHimoga and there exisited a meter guage rail bus from Shimoga to Talguppa. After the guage conversion the trains are extended to talguppa... more...
town. It has helped the tourism since large number of toursits visit this famous water-falls during the months of July to November each year. ************************************************** **************** Talaguppa (Kannada: ತಾಳಗುಪ್ಪಾ) is a village located in Sagara Taluk and it is the gateway to the world famous Jog Falls, the highest waterfall in India and Talaguppa is the linking Railway terminus for Jog falls. The Jog Falls is created by the Sharavathi River dropping 253 m (830 ft), making it the second-highest plunge waterfall in India after the Nohkalikai Falls with a drop of 335 m (1100 ft) in Meghalaya. click here