We unravel India's longest train route along with the world's longest train route and how they compare to each other, read more to find out the details of the interesting journeys.
Trains, the magnificent machines that were once powered by mechanical steam engines, have always fascinated mankind. Interesting facts about railways further ignite the curiosity in the mind of travellers. For instance, have you wondered why the distance between the tracks is fixed at 3.50 m or ADDED ONE MORE FACT? If yes, and you are into all things railways, we’ve got you covered! But today, we are addressing the Indian Railways and, more specifically, the longest train route the behemoth organization covers. We will also concisely talk about how the longest train
how is this even relevant news ?
secondly dbrg cape doesn't even touch asn adra now.
it goes via bwn dkae kgp
The News Is Somewhat Related to IR and I haven't Written this Article Firstly Check and Then Comment. I have just Put the Same as It was Given in News Article
You are posting misleading facts. As a RF from NE India you clearly know that DBRG CAPE doesn't go via ASN, ADRA anymore.
It is Written in Article. Hopefully It might be Old Article before The Changes happened. Kindly Check it Out
It was Posted by Zee Media Bureau on Jul 02, 2022, 12:00 PM IST. That Means it's an Old Article just Posting it One More Time To Uplift Their Online News Views Portal
Dimapur-Tizit rail line approved, survey for new rail line between Furkating-Baghty Valley completed
Construction of 82.50-km new broad gauge railway line from Dimapur to Kohima (Zubza) was going on in full swing and was expected to be ready by March 2026, while sanction had been granted to the proposed Dimapur-Tizit railway line.Further, survey for a new line between Furkating-Baghty Valley (24.10 km in Nagaland and 23.30 km in Assam) has also been completed.Mentioning this, Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) chief public relations officer (CPRO) Sabyasachi De in a press release said the new railway line would bring Nagaland’s capital city on the broad-gauge railway map of the country.He mentioned that the new railway line project was being executed at an anticipated cost of
Tizit and Baghty Valley Stations are Missing to be Updated in Atlas