After Making up a "Cleanest Superfast Train as per individual zone" list /blog/post/1715016 , now its time for another list.
This time its for "Highest Patronised Superfast Train as per individual Zone".
Keeping in mind these 3 things :
1. Superfast Type only.
Bsk is the cleanest train of ecr?? R u crazy man :p
Welcome to vaishali Express.. an iso certified train bczz of Cleanliness, punctuality and maintained staffs
Kindly read the description again.
The list that is present here is "Highest Patronised Superfast Train as per individual Zone".
And the Cleanest train list is here /blog/post/1715016
And i know very well the standards of vaishali, that's why she is in this "cleanest train" list.
12451/2 is more punctual than 12417/8
You have replied at wrong post buddy.
Reply at correct blog post which is :/blog/post/1753198
Approx 15 year ago .
Time table of main train in HOWRAH-DELHI mainline .(1and2)
Got this from an old railway magazine .
I have uploaded BBS - DLI line on the request of a railfain .(3rd photo)landscape
Standard Gauge in 1930's. 🙄🙄
I thought Standard Gauge is a new concept after Broad Guage.
That is true, historically. Standard gauge was a new concept after broad gauge. Broad gauge was started in 1836 and standard gauge later in 1845. Standard gauge became dominant in developed nations and is usually adopted for HSR as well.
For British India , Broad gauge was the 'Standard gauge'. All the routes in this TT were of Broad gauge.
It's the other way round. Standard gauge (4' 8.5") was the historical standard, being followed everywhere, right from the first public railway in England. The Liverpool & Manchester railway, the first public intercity railway in the world also used SG in 1830.
Broad gauge (any gauge wider than SG) was only adopted in a few cases, mostly before the gauges were standardized. The Indian variant of the broad gauge (5' 6") is only used in the subcontinent, Chile, Argentina and some commuter lines in the US.
Please show me the TT number 1, 3 and 3A of the same year.
Briefly about Coaching Depots & Pitlines in Central Railway Zone:
1. Mumbai CSM Terminus Division:
* Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus :-
No. of Pitlines - 8
Capacity of Pitline in length -
Mujhe to yahi yad hai ki length badh gayi hai
अभी पता किया है वो Update पुराना है, छः की छः पिटलाइन 24 कोच की है।
Small correction SWR VSG has 2 pitlines. Also KR MAO has 2 pitlines.
Old System map of Oudh and Tirhut Railways (year is not mentioned)
Some old names observed:
Bhojipura -- Bhojeepura
Nepalganj Road -- Naipalganj Road
Siwan -- Sawan
B.B. and C.I. Railway ke under MTJ-KSJ-FBD-CNB line tha uss time
According to this map back then Trains coming from GKP side had to go via sitapur to reach Lucknow...So my question is when was Gonda-bbk-lko railway line constructed ?
GD BBK LKO line was under East India Railway
Some dinosaur age railway network at JNU
Yes earlier trains use GKP-STP-BLM-LJN route