12151 LTT - HWH Samarsata Express with SRC WAP-4 #22271 in lead curving through the ghats between SKS and BTL.
It's called a 'Check Rail'. Usually you can see these on the inner side of curves. If a train derails on a curve, it will tend to move over the outer rail ( The wheel will climb over the outer edge of the curve). In that case, the inner wheel will touch this check rail and stop further outward movement. You can see these kinds of rails at points and switches also, where trains switch tracks.
A perfect shot and great description by D S P Anirudh..
i think technical term used is ""gaurd rail",and yes it prevents wheels from derailing(extra stability),usually we can see them on bridges,under FOB's
Both terms are interchanged frequently. But normally, the term 'Guard rails' is used for the cases where there are 2 inner rails. These are usually seen on bridges and belo FOB's etc. The 'term 'check rail' is usually used for the cases like in the above pic, where the extra rail is on only one side of the tracks. However, there is no fixed definition for these terms I guess and I have seen people use both terms to refer to such track layouts.
R WDG-4D #70331 with BCNA rake waits for starter at BTL.
kafi pehle se hai.
pehle Alcos hi the, abhi EMD bhi allot hue hai.
Kbhi pics dkhne nhi mili Raipur k locos k
google kar lo, mil jayenge.
Ac ka condition mast h ( personal experience )
Ac ki condition auchi hai yhi bahut hai
jab ye train start hui thi , icf rajdhani ke coaches se chalti thi ( with eog and 130 limit coaches), tab iska naam super deluxe tha. baad isme sl aur general jode gaye jo ki normal trains ke hi coaches the.
Coach me pani or Chargeing Point to Compulsory hai
pehle isme icf rajdhani ka coach lagta tha, ab saare normal coaches hai , ab ye ek normal sf hai lekin name pichla change nahi kiya.,