पश्चिम रेलवे की लापरवाही का नतीजा ये है कि महु से सनावद के बीच पांच बार सरवे हाे चुका अभी तक नये रूट तय नही हाे पाया है इस कार्य की लागत बढती जा रही है
Pic 2 Kaha ki hai
Dhulghat Spiral is located in Amravati district in state of Maharashtra in India. It is a unique spiral located on Akola-Khandwa metre gauge section of South Central Railway of India.
It is also called 'Char Cha Akda' in Marathi and 'Char Ka Aankda' in Hindi, both meaning 'Digit of Four' due to its shape similar to that of '4' in Devnagari script.
spiral like a 4(४) on Akola-Khandwa section
Indore-Khandwa MG Line = 139 kms
Indore Khandwa BG Line = 150 kms(+11).
Khandwa-Akola MG Line = 176 kms
Khandwa-Akola BG Line = 203 kms(+27).
Build year 1956
Type- steam engine
YB 4028 MHOW
Service- passanger train
In the MG era, i think it is HYB - Jaipur Meenakshi express. which was later cancelled at time of GC and then HYB - AII introduced. Right now there is another train TPTY - RMM meenakshi express.
It is a YG (not a YB), the standard 2-8-2 meter gauge freight loco for IR after independence. This particular locomotive was manufactured by Nippon Sharyo, a Japanese company and delivered to IR in 1954.
It was initially a bi-weekly between KCG-AII introduced in October, 1977. It used to reverse at SC and proceed towards Purna.
Sometime in the mid-80's, it was dieselised for part of the route and I believe that was the time it was sped up and converted to a SC-JP daily train. However, only a few coaches actually ran the entire distance. Most of the coaches from SC were detached at Khandwa and only a few coaches ran over the ghat section between Khandwa and Mhow, and again section coaches were attached between Mhow and Jaipur.
Nimar khedi me kam joro soro se chal rha, station building bhi bankar taiyar hai, bridge bhi 80% pura ho gya, platform ki diwar puri ban chuki hai.#khandwa #sanawad #GC #SANAWADKHANDWAGC
Ye bridge abhi 50% poora hua Hai...
80% to wrong figure h