Monthly Archives: July 2013

New Trains in Timetable 2013-14 – Northern Railway

New trains announced in the Indian Railways timetable Trains at a Glance 2013-14 for Northern Railway. Date of introduction for all these trains except one will be announced later. This data should not be considered official information, please always check ...

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Indian Railways History – At Independence

Though railways had already existed in India for a Hundred years before Independence, the real history of the “Indian Railways” as a single entity starts with Indian independence from British rule in 1947. The railways of the British Raj were not one ...

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New Timetable 2013-14 – South Central Railway

South Central Railway (SCR) zone headquartered at Secunderabad and mainly caters to lines in the state of Andhra Pradesh and some parts of Maharashtra and Karnataka has announced its railway timetable changes that will come into force in the zone ...

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New Time Table 2013 – Eastern Railway

Eastern Railway is one of the original Indian Railway zones established in 1952 and took care of the entire eastern part of the country from its headquarters at Howrah in Kolkata. And here are the major features of the new ...

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Kerala’s Argument for a Peninsular Railway Zone

The state of Kerala occupies a significant position on the Indian Railway map with 1050 route kilometers and 1588 km of total track. The Thiruvananthapuram and Palakkad divisions of the Southern Railway zone make up the administrative divisions of the ...

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How (Prestigious) Trains Ran in British India

The Railways were a way of life during the days of the British Raj and the glorious history of the Indian Railways is handed down from there. Being sure that they would probably govern India forever, British-Indian Railway companies in ...

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