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Number of Pitlines from various CDO

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Nov 19 (16:31)
Blog Post# 4021241-0     
Shiva   Added by: Revival of the white family going on at TATA 😎😎^~  Yesterday (18:32)
Details about Pitlines available in Indian Railways by Zone and Division wise:
1.CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Mumbai CR Division:
* Mumbai CST - 8
* Wadi Bunder - 4
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Mazgaon - 6
* Dadar - 2
* Lokmanyatilak Terminus - 8
Pune Division:
* Gurpuri - 3
* New Washing Siding(Pune) - 3
* Old Washing Siding(Pune) - 2
* Kolhapur - 2
* Miraj - 2
Nagpur CR Division:
* Nagpur - 2
* Ajni - 1
* Balharshah - 1
Solapur Division:
* Solapur - 3
* Daund - 1
* Kalaburagi - 1
Bhusaval Division:
* Bhusaval - 3
* Manmad - 1
* Amaravati - 1
* Chalisgaon - 1
* Murtajapur(NG) - 1
* Pachora(NG) - 1
2.SOUTHERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Chennai Division:
* Basin Bridge(Chennai Central) - 17
* Gopal Swamy Nagar(GSN) Yard( Chennai Egmore) - 3
* Tambaram - 2
* Arakkonam - 2
Tiruchchirappalli Division:
* Tiruchchirappalli - 2
* Mayiladuturai - 1
Madurai Division:
* Madurai - 4
* Rameswaram - 2
* Tirunelveli - 3
* Tuticorin - 1
Salem Division:
* Erode - 2
* Coimbatore - 2
* Mettupalayam - 2
Thiruvananthapuram Division:
* Thiruvananthapuram - 3 or 5(24,22,23,18,15)
* Kochuveli - 7 (In a developing and construction stage)
* Ernakulam - 3
* Nagercoil - 2(Located @ Nagercoil serves to both NCJ and CAPE)
Palakkad Division:
* Shoranur - 1
* Mangaluru Central - 3
3.SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Secunderabad Division:
* Secunderabad - 6
* Hyderabad - 7
* Kazipeta - 1
* Bidar - 1
Vijayawada Division:
* Vijayawada - 5
* Kakinada Port - 2(Located @ Kakinada Port serves to both Kakinada Town & Kakinada Port)
* Narsapur - 2
* Machilipatnam - 1
Hyderabad Division:
* Kacheguda - 3
Guntakal Division:
* Guntakal - 2
* Tirupati - 5
Guntur Division:
* Guntur - 2
Nanded Division:
* Nanded - 2
* Purna - 1
4.EAST COAST RAILWAY ZONE:
Waltair Division:
* Visakhapatnam - 5
Khurda Road Division:
* Puri - 6
* Bhubaneswar - 4
Sambalpur Division:
* Sambalpur - 3
5.SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY ZONE:
KSR Bengaluru Division:
* KSR Bengaluru - 6
* Baiyyappanahalli - 3
* Yesvantpur - 4
Mysuru Division:
* Mysuru - 3
* Arsikere - 1
Hubballi Division:
* Hubballi - 3
* Vasco - 1
6. SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Kharagpur Division:
* Santragachi - 16
* Kharagpur - 2
* Padmapukur(Shalimar) - 4
Ranchi Division:
* Hatia - 8
Adra Division:
* Adra - 1
Chakradharpur Division:
* Tatanagar - 3
* Jharsuguda - 1
* Rourkela - 2
7.KONKAN RAILWAY:
Karwar Division:
* Madgaon - 1
Ratnagiri Division:
* Ratnagiri - 1
8.EASTERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Malda Division:
* Bhagalpur - 4
Howrah Division:
* For Howrah Eastern Zone trains
^^ Tikiapara Coaching Depot - 10
^^ Lilauh Coaching Complex - 10(7-23; 3-20)
^^ Coaching Depot(Near Bangabasi Bridge) - 5
Sealdah Division:
* Sealdah - 6
* Kolkata - 8 or 10
Asansol Division:
* Asansol - 3
9.NORTH CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Allahabad Division:
* Allahabad - 6
* Kanpur - 5
Jhansi Division:
* Jhansi - 4
* Gwalior - 3(BG) + 2(MG)
* Khajuraho - 1
Agra Division:
* Agra Cantt - 4
* Agra Fort - 2
10.EAST CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Danapur Division:
* Rajendra Nagar Terminal - 5
* Danapur - 2 or 3
* Patna - 2
* Patliputra - 3(3 under construction)
Dhanbad Division:
* Singrauli - 1
* Dhanbad - 3
* Gomoh - 2
Sonpur Division:
* Muzaffarpur - 3
Samastipur Division:
* Jaynagar - 2
* Darbhanga - 3
11.NORTHERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Firozpur Division:
* Firozpur Cantt - 2 Wash Lines
* Jammu - 3
* Katra - 3
Ambala Division:
* Bathinda - 2 Wash Lines
Delhi Division:
* H.Nizamuddin - 6
* Anandvihar Terminal - 8 or 10
* Panipat - 1
* Delhi Sarai Rohilla - 5
Lucknow Charbagh NR Division:
* Jaunpur - 1
* Lucknow Charbagh - 6
* Varanasi - 4
* Sultanpur - 2
* Prayag Ghat - 2
12.NORTHEAST FRONTIER RAILWAY ZONE:
Katihar Division:
* Katihar - 3
* New Jalpaiguri - 2
Lumding Division:
* Guwahati - 3
* Agartala - 2
* New Guwahati - 1
* Lumding - 2
* Silchar - 2
* Kamakhya - 2
Tinsukia Division:
* Dibrugarh - 2
13.NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY:
Lucknow NER Division:
* Gorakhpur - 6 or 8
Varanasi Division:
* Ghazipur City - 1 Wash Line
* Azamgarh - 1
* Ballia - 1
* Chhapra - 1
* Manduadih - 3
Izzatnagar Division:
* Kathgodam - 2
14.NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Bikaner Division:
* Bikaner - 3
* Sri Ganganagar - 2
* Hisar - 1
Jaipur Division:
* Jaipur - Pitlines 3; Sick Lines -2
Ajmer Division:
* Madar Jn - 3(Pitlines are located @ Madar serve to both Ajmer & Madar)
15.SOUTH EAST CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Nagpur SEC Division:
* G - 1 + 2(For MEMU's)
Bilaspur Division:
* Bilaspur - 4
* Korba - 1
Raipur Division:
* Durg - 4
* Maruda - 4
16.WESTERN RAILWAY ZONE:
Bhavnagar Para Division
* Porbandar - 1
* Bhavnagar - 2
* Veraval - 1(MG) + 1(BG)
Mumbai Central Division:
* Mumbai Central - 4
* Surat - 3
* Bandra Terminal - 4( 2 Dry Pitlines + 1 Wash Line + 1 Washline Cum Pitline)
Ratlam Division:
* Ratlam - 2
* Indore - 5
* Dr.Ambedkar Nagar(Mhow) - 1
* Mhow(Indore) - 2
Rajkot Division:
* Rajkot - 3
Ahmedabad Division:
* Ahmedabad - 4
* Gandhidham - 1
17.WEST CENTRAL RAILWAY ZONE:
Jabalpur Division:
* Jabalpur - 8
* Rewa - 1
Bhopal Division:
* Bhopal - 2
* Habibganj - 2+1(new under construction)
* Bina - 1
* Itarsi - 1
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General

Entry# 2139     
PIyUsH SInGH^~
The following is a summary of history of the lines of the Indian Railway.

General Travel
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Yesterday (09:02)
Blog Post# 4023199-0     
PIyUsH SInGH^~   Added by: PIyUsH SInGH^~  Yesterday (09:11)
The following is a summary of history of the lines of the Indian Railway as it was formerly
constituted (i.e. between 1955 and the reorganisations of 2002-3). Opening and closure dates are for
regular traffic, dates in brackets are for goods traffic. The condition of the lines, including spelling of
place names, is, as far as possible, as at Independence (15th August 1947). Letters
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in brackets after a place
name indicate a physical junction to another system. Lines are organised geographically, according to
their branching from the main line. A code precedes the name of the line.
How Locomotives can move easily by pushing?

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Nov 17 (01:40)
Blog Post# 4012735-1     
HOG WAM4 WAP1~   Added by: T18 name must be गति गामिनी 🚄🚅^~  Nov 17 (03:09)
This is because there is very less friction between the wheels of the locomotive and the train.
This is the fundamental principle based on which railways were developed. Steel wheels on steel rails experience far lesser friction than say, rubber wheels on a road (like trucks and cars). In fact the friction reduces by almost 85-95%, which makes it extremely easy to pull or push very heavy loads on rail tracks.
As an example, using very simple approximations and numbers, one can illustrate how easy it is to move things on rails.
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straight, level tracks, the amount of force required to push a 1 ton (1000kg) wagon, is the same as the amount required to lift about 2.5kg. So, pushing a WAP4 loco, weighing about 110 tons only requires the same effort as required to lift a 250kg weight. This is something that 4 or 5 reasonably strong people can manage easily. The loco will move very, very slowly, but it is possible to just push it.
Obviously this is a simplified calculation, and the numbers change based on many parameters, but the point is to illustrate that it is very easy to move coaches and wagons on railway tracks.
Nov 08 (15:12)
General

Entry# 2136     
16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~
Items available in Coaching Guards Trolley Bags

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Nov 08 (15:04)
Blog Post# 3984698-0     
16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~   Added by: 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~  Nov 08 (15:12)
Items available in Coaching Guards Trolley Bags
Picture source: click here
Nov 07 (22:35)
Ticket Booking/E-Ticketing

Entry# 2135     
Somanko^~
NOSB Booking rules for Child Passenger and ID acceptance rule

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Nov 07 (19:40)
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Somanko^~   Added by: Somanko^~  Nov 07 (22:35)
ID Proof acceptance and NOSB passenger rules.
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