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'W', or 'W/L' on a square yellow board. The 'W' is a general whistle indicator while the 'W/L' stands for Whistle for Level Crossing. The latter is also seen in Hindi with the characters 'see/pha' == 'seetee bajao - phatak'). Usually provided on approach to unmanned level crossings (and for manned level crossings without a clear view) about 250m away from the level crossing. Similarly, a 'W/B' sign is seen (less often) on approach to a bridge.
what is vikalp scheme in Railway booking system.
Opting for VIKALP does not mean that confirmed berth will be provided to passengers in alternate train. It is subject to train and berth availability.
Once confirmed in Alternate train, Cancellation charges will be as per your berth/train status in alternate train.
In this scheme, your boarding and terminating station might change to nearby cluster stations.
You can be transferred to any alternate train...