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Due to heavy rain in various parts of Ahmedabad Division, the following trains are cancelled.

S.No.
Train No.
Train Name
From
To
Days of Cancellation
(Aug,2015)
1
19451
Bandra (T)-Gandhidham Exp
Bandra(T)
Gandhidham
6th Aug.
2
19452
Gandhidham – Bandra(T) Express
Gandhidham
Bandra(T)
6th Aug.
3
19151
Palanpur- Gandhidham Express
Palanpur
Gandhidham
4th  & 5thAug
4
19152
Gandhidham – Palanpur Express
Gandhidham
Palanpur
4th  & 5thAug
5
59425
Bhuj – Palanpur Passenger
Bhuj
Palanpur
4th  & 5thAug
6
59426
Palanpur- Bhuj Passenger
Palanpur
Bhuj
4th  & 5thAug
7
79434
Patan - Ahmedabad DEMU
Patan
Ahmedabad
4th Aug.
8
19411
Ahmedabad-Ajmer Express
Ahmedabad
Ajmer
5th to 10thAug
Partially Cancelled
Sr. No
Train No.
Train Name
Cancelled Between
Run between
Days of Cancellation
(Aug,2015)
From
To
From
To
1
12959
Dadar-Bhuj Exp
Ahmedabad
Bhuj
Dadar
Ahmedabad
5th & 8th Aug.
12960
Bhuj- Dadar Exp
Bhuj
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
Dadar
6th & 10th  Aug.
2
22903
Bandra(T)-Bhuj AC Exp
Ahmedabad
Bhuj
Bandra(T)
Ahmedabad
5th ,7th & 9th  Aug.
3
22904
Bhuj-Bandra(T) AC Exp
Bhuj
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
Bandra(T)
6th ,8th & 10th  Aug.
4
11091
Bhuj-Pune Exp
Bhuj
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
Pune
12th  Aug.
5
79437
Mahesana-Abu Road Passenger
Palanpur
Abu Road
Mahesana
Palanpur
4th  to 10th  Aug.
6
54803/05
Jodhpur-Ahmedabad –Jaipur Passenger
Ahmedabad
Marwar
Jodhpur
Marwar
5th  to10th  Aug.
 Diversion
Sr. No
Train No.
Train Name
From
To
Diverted via
Date of Diversion
1
14322
Bhuj-Bareilly Express
Bhuj
Bareilly
Samakhiali- Dhrangandhra -Viramgam- Mahesana–Palanpur
5th  Aug
2
12490
Dadar-Bikaner Express
Dadar
Bikaner
Palanpur-Marwar-Luni
5th Aug

SOURCE
(Sharat Chandrayan)
Chief Public Relations Officer

TRAINS RESCHEDULED – Update 11


1.12322 CST-Howrah Mail via Allahabad sch dep 2130 hrs o­n 5.8.2015 is rescheduled at 1105 hrs o­n 6.8.2015 (Up train 11 hrs late)

2.11093 CST-Varanasi Mahanagari Express sch dep 0010 hrs o­n 6.8.2015 is rescheduled at 1330 hrs o­n 6.8.2015 (Up train 11 hrs late)

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SOURCE
(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer

Cancellation of Trains – Update-10

Cancelled Trains (Earlier announced as Diverted)

1. 12107(LTT-LJN) JCO 05/08/15 is Cancelled

2. 12141(LTT-RJPB) JCO 05/08/15 is Cancelled

3. 12149(PA-PNBE) JCO 05/08/15 is Cancelled

4. 12741(VSG-PNBE) JCO 05/08/15 is Cancelled

5. 12720(HYB-AII) JCO 05/08/15 is Cancelled



Cancelled DN Trains:-

6. 12617(ERS-NZM) JCO 05/08/15.

7. 12719(AII-HYB) JCO 05/08/15.

8. 12943(BL-CNB) JCO 05/08/15.

9. 51157(BSL-ET) JCO 05/08/15.



Cancelled UP Trains:-

1. 11062(MFP-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

2. 11070(ALD-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

3. 11072(BSB-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

4. 12150(PNBE-PA) JCO 05/08/15.

5. 12541(GKP-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

6. 13201(RJPB-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

7. 15559(DBG-ADI) JCO 05/08/15.

8. 18609(RNC-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

9. 22110(NZM-LTT) JCO 05/08/15.

10. 19050(PNBE-BDTS) JCO 05/08/15.



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(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer

WCR Derailment – Trains Usourcepdate-9


WCR Derailment – Trains Update-9

DOWN TRAINS CANCELLED:
1. 11071 (LTT-BSB) JCO 05/08/15
2. 11081(LTT-GKP) JCO 05/08/15
3. 11053 (LTT-AMH) JCO 05/08/15
4. 11033 (PUNE-DBG) JCO 05/08/15
5. 13202 (LTT-RJPB) JCO 05/08/15
6. 11015 (LTT-GKP) JCO 05/08/15
7. 12167 (LTT-BSB) JCO 06/08/15
8. 51187 (BSL-KTE) JCO 06/08/15
9. 12165 (CSTM-BSB) JCO 06/08/15 
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This news comes to you from the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai

source

(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer

WCR Derailment - Trains Update 8

DOWN TRAINS DIVERSION:
1. 19045 (ST-CPR) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA ST-BRC-BIH-NSZ
2. 11055 (LTT-GKP) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET.
3. 12542 (LTT-GKP) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-ST-BPL.
4. 12421 (NED-ASR) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL/JL-ST-NAD-KOTA-MTJ.
5. 12629 (YPR-NZM) JCO 04/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL/JL-ST-NAD-KOTA-MTJ.
6. 12715 (NED-ASR) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL/JL-ST-NAD-KOTA-MTJ.
7. 11061 (LTT-MFP) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET.
8. 12617 (ERS-NZM) JCO 04/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-NAD-KOTA-MTJ.
9. 12597 (CSTM-GKP) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-ST-BPL.
10. 12107 (LTT-LKO) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-ST-BPL
11. 17019 (AII-HYB) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BPL-ET-NGP-AK
12. 11077 (PUNE-JAT) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA LNL-KYN-BSR-KOTA-MTJ.
13. 12137 (CSTM-FZR) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-KOTA-MTJ
14. 12322 (CSTM-HWH) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET.
15. 12149 (PUNE-PNBE) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-BD-NRKR.
16. 12141(CSTM-RJPB) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP –ET
17. 11057(LTT-ASR) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSR-KOTA-MTJ.
18. 12720 (HYB-AII) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA JL-ST.
19. 11093(CSTM-BSB) JCO 06/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET.
20. 12779 (VSG-NZM) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BD-NAVI-NRKR-ET
21. 15017 (LTT-GKP) JCO 06/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET
22. 12741 (VSG-PNBE) JCO 05/08/15 DIVERTED VIA BSL-NGP-ET.
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This news comes to you from the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai

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(Narendra A Patil)
Chief Public Relations Officer

WCR Derailment - Trains Update 2


Due to the derailment o­n WC Railway, the following trains have been diverted
Via Nishatpura-Bairagarh-Jalgaon
12716 Amritsar-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express

WCR derailment - Trains Update 1

Derailment of 13201 Rajendranagar-LTT Exp and 11071 LTT-Varanasi Kamayani Exp between
Khandwa and Itarsi o­n West Central Railway o­n 4.8.2015 night.
Due to the derailment, the following trains have been diverted

Via Bhusaval-Surat-Bairahgarh-Nishatpura
12147 Kolhapur-Hazrat Nizamuddin Express via Bhusaval-Surat
11077 Pune-Jammu Tawi Jhelum Express
12137 CST-Ferozpur Punjab Mail

रेल पटरी की बेस्ट क्वालिटी के लिए भिलाई में यूनिवर्सल रेल मिल


भिलाई। निजी रेलपांत निर्माता कंपनियों से मिल रही चुनौतियों को मद्देनजर भिलाई इस्पात संयंत्र प्रबंधन अब अलर्ट हो गया है। प्रबंधन अपनी रेल मिलों में विश्व की सर्वोत्तम टेक्नालॉजी के उपकरणों का इस्तेमाल कर रहा है ताकि पटरी भी बेस्ट क्वालिटी की बने। इसके लिए दुनिया के अलग-अलग देशों की और चुनिंदा कंपनियों से चुन-चुनकर तकनीकी सलाह और मशीनरी ले रहे हैं। 
रेल मिल की स्थापना का ठेका जर्मनी की एसएमएस मीर 
1.2 मिलियन टन सालाना उत्पादन क्षमता वाली नई यूनिवर्सल रेल मिल की स्थापना का ठेका जर्मनी की एसएमएस मीर, एसएमएस मीर इंडिया प्रोजेक्ट प्राइवेट लिमिटेड कोलकाता और एबीबी लिमिटेड बेंगलुरू को दिया गया है। मिल की स्थापना का काम तेजी से चल रहा है। इसके बाद बीएसपी 130 मीटर लंबी सिंगल पीस रेलपटरी बनाने में सक्षम हो जाएगा। इसी तरह बीएसपी प्रबंधन ने पहले भी लांग रेल एंड स्ट्रक्चरल मिल की फिनिशिंग फेसिलिटीज में भी बीएसपी ने लांग रेल टेक्नालॉजी में दुनिया की अग्रणी कंपनी आस्ट्रिया की वीए-1 पॉमिनी कंपनी की टेक्नालॉजी और मशीनरी ली थी। यूके की कंपनी कोरस कंसल्टेंट एजेंसी थी। 
एसएमएस मीर जर्मनी से रेल स्ट्रेंथनिंग मशीन, लिनसिंगर जर्मनी से कार्बाइड सॉ, बर्नर जर्मनी से लेजर कंट्रोल्ड प्रेसेस, एनओटी कनाडा से ऑनलाइन एडी करंट, अल्ट्रासोनिक टेस्टिंग एंड जेजर मेेजरमेंट, पॉमिनी से ही रेल हेंडलिंग सिस्टम और ट्रेकिंग, ईएसएबी स्वीडन से रेल वेल्डिंग और सीमंस जर्मनी से प्रोसेस ऑटोमेशन की टेक्नालॉजी ली।
11 देशों मे बिछ रही बीएसपी की रेल पटरी
इंडियन रेलवे के अलावा दुनिया के 11 देशों में भिलाई इस्पात संयंत्र के रेलपांत की डिमांड है। इनमें ईरान, सूडान, दक्षिण कोरिया, इजीप्ट, अर्जेटाइना, तुर्की, बांग्लादेश, घाना, न्यूजीलैंड, मलेशिया और श्रीलंका में रेल परियोजनाओं में भिलाई की पटरी इस्तेमाल की जा रही है।
विश्व की बेस्ट रेलपांत बनाने का दावा
यूनिवर्सल रेल की स्थापना के बाद भिलाई स्टील प्लांट आईआरएस 45 और 52 किलोग्राम प्रति मीटर, यूआईसी 60, 136 आरई 12 (6 8 किलोग्राम रेल), 75 किलोग्राम रेल और अन्य अंतर्राष्ट्रीय रेल उत्पाद जैसे यू 54, ई-1 आदि तथा जेडयू 1-6 0 ग्रूव्ड और टंग रेल का उत्पादन करने में सक्षम हो जाएगा।
Source _ patrika

Help Line Numbers in view of Trains Derailment on West Central Railway Zone

In view of derailment of Train No. 11071 LTT Mumbai – Varanasi Kamayani Express and Train No. 13201 Rajendra Nagar Patna – LTT Mumbai Janata Express between Khandwa and Itarsi section of West Central Railway o­n 4th August, 2015, the following help line numbers are being provided.

South Central Railway Help line numbers:

Secunderabad

Platform No.1 :- 04027786140;  04027700868

Platform No.2 :- 04027786539

Vijayawada :- 0866/2575038; 0866/ 2575036; 0866/2576796

The above help line numbers are for providing information regarding the diversion, cancellation of trains and any passenger information regarding the incident.

West Central Railway Help Line Numbers:-

Itarsi :- 07572-241920

Bina :- 07580-222052

Harda :-09752460088

Bhopal :- 0755-4001609

Central Railway Help Line Numbers:-

Mumbai CST :- 022-22694040

Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Mumbai:- 022-25280005

Thane :-022-25334840

Kalyan :-0251-2311499

Source
(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer



ALLAHABAD Historic Naini Bridge turns 150 this Independence Day

ALLAHABAD: As the nation would be celebrating Independence Day on August 15, the historical Naini railway bridge standing majestically above the gently flowing Yamuna will also create a record as it would also complete 150 years of its existence on that day. This bridge has become a witness of the illustrious journey of Indian Railways. It serves as a vital link on the New Delhi-Howrah route. 

Naini Bridge was a crucial link between Kolkata and Delhi soon after the advent of railways in the Indian sub-continent in 1853. 

The location of the bridge between Naini and Allahabad had been decided as early as 1855. The actual work began in 1859 and the bridge was opened for public on August 15, 1865. By then, rail lines on both sides of the bridge to Delhi and Howrah was almost complete. 

The length of the bridge is 3,150 feet. It comprises 14 spans of 200 feet and two of 60 feet. The bridge has a railway line on the top and a roadway beneath. It was designed by engineer Rendell. 

Depth of foundation below is upto 42 feet and the height from low water level to underside of girder is 58.75 feet. The weight of the girder is 4,300 tons. It is estimated that about 2.5 million cubic feet of masonry and brick work was used in it. 

The total cost of construction at that time was Rs 44,46,300, of which Rs14,63,300 was the cost of girders. 

One of the unique characteristic of this bridge is its 13th pillar, which is shaped in the form of 'Elephant's Foot.' There is also interesting story for this pillar. During construction, by August 1862, all the wells had almost been completed except the well for pillar number 13. As this particular well had a problem, a coffer dam had to be built to overcome the difficulty. The water level was lowered by 9 feet, the well was dug out and a flooring of ash and stones was laid. On this, an arch was sprung of stone masonry, 52 feet in diameter, over which the pier was built. This pier was given the shape of an elephant's foot and it has given stability to the bridge. 

The first train ran on the bridge on July 15, 1865 and on August 8, the girders were carefully tested with a load comprising five engines and tenders. Finally, the bridge was opened for public on August 15, 1865, allowing uninterrupted traffic between Calcutta and Agra. 

In 1928-29, the old girders were replaced by new ones. The route was one of the earliest to be electrified, masts were erected to carry the overhead traction contact wires. In 2007, wooden sleepers were replaced by steel channel sleepers. 

The illustrious journey of about 150 years of this bridge is also a telling comment on the condition of the other bridges of the city. Shastri Bridge on Ganga develops snags and often traffic is halted on the bridge. 

Ironically, the bridges constructed after Independence require regular maintenance. However, Naini bridge constructed during the British period has completed about 150 years and still in robust condition. Talking to TOI, general manager of North Central Railway Arun Saksena said, "It is quite commendable that Naini bridge is completing about 150 years. This bridge is a vital artery of the railways which connects the country with the eastern India including Howrah, Kolkata, Gauhati and other places." 

Chief public relations officer of NCR Bijay Kumar said: "It is heartening to note that Naini Bridge is going to complete about 150 years of its existence on August 15. It is a vital possession of North Central Railway.
Source - Times of India

Flooding of Tracks Caused Derailment of Trains in Madhya Pradesh: Railways

New Delhi: Railways has said that the sudden flow of water on the tracks caused the derailment of the two trains while they were crossing the swollen Machak river near Harda in Madhya Pradesh.

"According to reports, there was a possible burst in a nearby dam which caused sudden flow of water on the tracks and that resulted in the derailment," Railway Board Chairman AK Mittal told PTI.

Several passengers have been rescued and sent to the nearest station, he said. Mr Mittal said the Railways will enquire into the two derailments.

"We will call for an inquiry into the incidents and will also take remedial measures to prevent such incidents in future," he said.

Meanwhile, Railway Board member (traffic) Kundan Sinha said, "the tracks have been breached because of the flow of excessive water and the particular section has been closed for any train movement."

"The accident relief train has reached the spot and several passengers have been brought to a nearby station," Mr Sinha added.

Kamayani Express enroute to Varanasi from Mumbai derailed near Harda, about 160 kms from Bhopal, and the Mumbai-Jabalpur Janata Express derailed around 11.30 PM on Tuesday.

The derailment took place near Khirkiya and Harda station on Machak river.

Source _ ndtv

Railways order inquiry into twin train mishaps in MP

Twin train derailment in Madhya Pradesh (Photo: ANI)

Railways today ordered an inquiry into the twin train derailments in Harda in Madhya Pradesh which have left 24 passengers dead and ordered compensation for the families of the victims.

"According to reports, there was a possible burst in a nearby dam which caused sudden flow of water on the tracks and that resulted in the derailment," Railway Board Chairman A K Mittal told PTI
Howevere, Commissioner Railway Safety (central zone) will conduct an inquiry into the accidents, Railway Spokesperson Anil Saxena said.

He said though prime facie flash floods caused the derailment of these two trains, the real cause will be ascertained after the submission of the inquiry report.

The official said just eight minutes before the accident, two trains had crossed that section and drivers of these trains did not detect any problem.

Several passengers have been rescued and sent to the nearest station, he said.

Meanwhile, Railway Board member (traffic) Kundan Sinha said the tracks have been breached because of the flow of excessive water and the particular section has been closed for any train movement.

The accident relief train has reached the spot and several passengers have been brought to a nearby station, Sinha added.

Kamayani Express enroute to Varanasi from Mumbai derailed near Harda, about 160 kms from Bhopal, and the Mumbai-Jabalpur Janata Express derailed around 11.30 p.m on Tuesday.

The derailment took place near Khirkiya and Harda station on Machak river. Railways have also announced ex-gratia of Rs two lakh for the next of the kin of passengers who died in the mishaps, Rs 50,000 for those grievously injured and Rs 25,000 for passengers with minor injuries.
Source - business standard

Railways to add 32 more water recycling plants

New Delhi: The union railways ministry has said that it is currently managing and running 29 water recycling plants (WRPs).

Minister of State Manoj Sinha informed members of the Lok Sabha that a further 32 railway stations have been identified for provision of WRPs. Work related to 24 stations have already been sanctioned.

The details of 32 stations identified for setting up of WRPs, State-wise are as under:-

Andhra Pradesh (2) at Tirupati and Visakhapatnam; Bihar (2) at Katihar and Rajendra Nagar; Chhattisgarh (1) at Raipur; Delhi (1) at New Delhi; Jharkhand (1) at Tata Nagar; Karnataka (3) at Hubli, Mangalore Central and Mysore; Kerala (3) at Palakkad, Shornaur Junction and Trivandrum Central; Madhya Pradesh (1) at Itarsi; Maharashtra(5) Bandra Terminus, CST Mumbai, Lokmanya Tilak (T), Pune and Solapur; Rajasthan (2) at Ajmer and Kota; Tamil Nadu (5) at Coimbatore, Erode Junction, Madurai, Tiruchchirappalli and Villupuram; Telangana (2) at Hyderabad and Kacheguda; Uttar Pradesh (2) at Jhansi and Lucknow; and West Bengal (2) at Howrah and Sealdah. (ANI)

Source  - sissat. Com

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