We got stopped for one min.
I don't even want to imagine The case u r talking about
That would be disaster of The history
But if the thing r going onn good it's better to be it like that
yes too many curves.
but if one goods and one passenger are timed for crossing. let goods start at sklr and passenger at subramanya. now if goods fails before crosssing the passenger, the damage is minimum.
but if goods fails when nearing the passenger crossing at one of the 5 between stations then disaster.
but this is rear. risky but for more
They surely can control the ride if the lead loco fails & would surely will try to make the train upto any of the 5 station
The reason for not taking the risk here is that it is a big risk. Diverting the runaway train through a loop line will undoubtedly cause a derailment at the switches. Basically, in this particular route, one can be 99.99% certain that any accident is going to be a major accident. You can check the gallery for Kadagaravalli station ( I've added some pics earlier when I trekked on this route) to get an idea about how precarious this route is!
Braking operations with the bankers and lead loco is very tricky. The crew usually communicate using walkie-talkies and coordinate their controlling. The train's original locomotive, and the bankers usually work together, but the braking controls