Looks like bhadrak stop removed on one side
i think so. I feel its permanent removal
stop removed on Both sides anakunda, one way stop removed both sides enti :D
Earlier I have posted both sides by seeing iri
When I opened irctc only way removed
So I have edited some words
Is it due to less pax for BHC residents or due to covid effect?
Odd timings zbtt effect I guess
It was removed to I guess during zbtt time in 2020
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
There are the trains that carried dead bodies and great evidence for blood shed, massacre during Inida parition.
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.
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Watch the full journey coverage of Yesvantpur to Howrah by Duronto Express.
This compilation features 12246 DN Yesvantpur [YPR]- Howrah[HWH] Duronto Express with Santragachi[SRC] based WAP-4 22347 loco in lead departing Yesvantpur, skipping various stations, arriving & departing scheduled halts, crossing with various trains enroute, serving lunch & Dinner, spotting Bangladesh railway rake at Kharagpur, parallel run with Steel Exp & finally arriving at Howrah.
konnichiwa railway bridge hater. you really hate rail bridges.