Bhopal Junction is located in the capital of Madhya Pradesh.It comes under Bhopal Division of West Central Railways (W.C.R.).
Elevation: 498 m above sea level
Type of Station: Junction Number of Platforms: 6 Number of Halting Trains: 226 Number of Originating Trains: 17 Number of Terminating Trains: 17
Overview of Ajmer Junction(AII)
Ajmer Junction is located in Rajasthan.It comes under Ajmer Division of North Western Railways (N.W.R.).
Elevation: 480 m above sea level
Type of Station: Junction Number of Platforms: 5 Number of Halting Trains: 82 Number of Originating Trains: 28 Number of Terminating Trains: 27
As you would have read that the trains halting in Bhopal Junction is more therefore the daily passengers are no doubt more in Bhopal Junction as compared to Ajmer Junction. By this fact the facilities should be available to the passengers first in Bhopal Junction (by my thought it should come all together everywhere but there are certain limitations to it) the T.V.s and Railwire wifi were way before installed in Ajmer Jn. than Bhopal Jn.
Overall the Facilities in Ajmer Junction are better than in Bhopal Junction.
Many of us in the rail fan community might be thinking – what are the features and specs of the locomotive. So let’s find it out.
Nomenclature:W – Wide/Broad Gauge D – Diesel Powered G – Goods load 4 – Class Type G – GE (Manufacturer)
The ES43ACmi (Indian Railways’ class – WDG4G) locomotive, painted in a distinctive red and yellow pattern, is the first of 1,000 diesel freight locomotives that GE Transportation will deliver to Indian Railways as part of a $2.5 billion order. The bright colors hold special meaning in India with red representing energy and yellow representing freshness. Before the mass production of locomotives at Marhowara (Bihar) few locomotives are been produced and tested in USA. This project comes under the Make in India initiative.
The ES43ACmi(WDG4G) locomotive is one of two models GE Transportation is building for Indian Railways as part of the order. It’s a dual-cab locomotive with a 4,500-horsepower engine. The second locomotive, model ES57ACi, features a 6,000-ho…
The Railways introduced a new Special Bandra-Hazrat Nizamuddin Rajdhani Express thrice a week (M W F) from. October 17,2017 and for the return journey i.e Hazrat Nizamuddin-Bandra Rajdhani Express (T T S) from October 18,2017.
The Inaugural Special shall run from Hazrat Nizamuddin to Bandra Terminus tomorrow i.e. October 16,2017 at 04:15 pm (1615 hrs) .
Key Points :This train will have stoppages at Kota, Vadodara and Surat stations only.Comprises of 1 first AC, 2 second AC and 12 third AC coaches and 1 pantry car.Fare will be 20% more than Rajdhani Base Fare.The train shall not have the flexi-fare system unlike any other Rajdhanis.The power (locomotive) of the train would be twin WAP 5.Rail Minister said "To fulfill the long overdue demand of passengers and to provide faster and convenient connectivity to passengers between two metros Delhi and Mumbai, Railways is introducing a new Special Rajdhani Express between Delhi and Mumbai from October 16."
Time Tables :04006/Haz…
In India we are familiar to only on system of trains that is a locomotive leading the coaches (I say it as leading power system). This system is neither safe,fast nor efficient. For the replacement of these few countries have introduced Trainset System.
Trainset system train used in paris. What are Trainsets?
Trainsets are just coaches having their own traction motors for each pair of wheels which are controlled by a controller system present in the first and/or last coach in the set.
Why they are fast?
It is quite simple to answer this. The individual traction motors makes the power distribution good so the momentum transfer from locomotive to coaches is not required hence the speed becomes good.
Other featuresGood Acceleration : Because they have individual traction motors they are good in acceleration.Safer than leading power system : The change in momentum is negligible when train stops or starts so there is low probability of shocks as well they derail (due to emergency braking)…