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CHOLA

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Address: Uttar Pradesh 203203, India

Station Code: CHL)CHOL

Station Name: CHL)CHOLA

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 23

Train Frequency Weekly: 139

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
64101ALJN DLI EMU03:0303:041M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64111KRJ SSB EMU06:0406:051M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18102JAT MURI TATA EXPRESS06:1806:202M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18310JAT SBP EXP06:1806:202M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
64103ALJN DLI EMU07:0907:101M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64105ALJN NDLS EMU07:1907:201M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64167PWL ALJN EMU07:3507:361M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64581HRF DLI MEMU07:5407:551M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15484MAHANANDA EXP08:0608:082M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
64583TDL DLI MEMU10:0610:071M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64152DLI ALJN EMU10:4410:451M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64584DLI TDL MEMU14:4314:441M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64151ALJN DLI EMU15:0415:051M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64168ALJN PWL EMU18:2018:211M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18309SBP JAT EXPRESS18:3418:362M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
18101TATA JAT EXP18:3618:382M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
64106DLI KRJ EMU19:2119:221M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64110NDLS ALJN EMU19:3119:321M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64582DLI HRF MEMU19:3819:391M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64114NDLS ALJN EMU19:5119:521M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64102DLI ALJN EMU20:0120:021M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64113KRJ SSB EMU20:0820:091M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64108DLI KRJ EMU22:3022:311M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 33730-09-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 337, SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY CELEBRATES 37TH RAILWAY PROTECTION FORCE RAISING DAY

           दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे / SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY                

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति / Press Release No. 337 Dt: 21.09.2021     

SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY CELEBRATES 37THRAILWAY PROTECTION FORCE RAISING DAY

Railway Protection Force, South Western Railway has organised a colourful paradeontheoccasionof 37th Railway Protection Force Raising Day today (21.09.2021). Railway Protection Force has evolved as Armed Force of the Union o­n 20th September 1985. o­n this occasion, a grand parade was organised at Willies Ground, Hubballi which was graced by Shri Sanjeev Kishore, General Manager, South Western Railway as Chief guest. Shri Vijay Kumar Katarkar, Chief Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force in his address has highlighted the achievements of Railway Protection Force in detection of Railway property offences, maintenance of law and order in Railway premises, rescue of run away, abandoned children, seizure of narcotics and contraband items and co-operation extended to Government Railway Police and Local Police in the detection of cases against passenger belongings.

          Four platoons of Railway Protection Force including o­ne platoon of women staff and dog squad taken part in the parade. ‘Harsh fire’ by the Railway Protection Force platoons, dog show and exhibition of weaponry were the highlights of the parade.

          Addressing the gathering, General Manager, Shri Sanjeev Kishore has conveyed his best wishes o­n the occasion and congratulated the effort of Railway Protection Force in providing security to the Railway property and passengers. Shri Kishore has directed the Force personnel to re-dedicate themselves in their duties and provide better protection and security to the travelling public and Railway properties. General Manager has given away awards to meritorious Railway Protection Force staff and scholarships to the wards of Railway Protection Force personnel.

          All the Principle Head of the Departments and senior officers of South Western Railway, Divisional Railway Manager, Hubballi and Railway Protection Force officials and their wards attended the function.

          Shri J.P.Sharma, Divisional Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force, Hubballi presented the vote of thanks. 


                                                                             Aneesh Hegde

                                                                                        Chief Public Relations Officer          

                                                                                      South Western Railway, Hubballi




2
Press Release No. 30704-09-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 307,SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY RESTORES THE ICONIC HERITAGE CLOCKS AT KARNATAKA UNIVERSITY DHARWAD

             दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY               प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 307 Dt: 01.09.2021

SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY RESTORES THE ICONIC HERITAGE CLOCKS AT KARNATAKA UNIVERSITY DHARWAD

Standing seven storeys tall, the four heritage clocks atop ‘VidyaSoudha’, in Karnataka University Dharwad facing the four directions (North, South, East, West) have been an icon over the years--to which every person of Dharwad would look up to--in a figurative as well as literal sense to pace their daily schedule. Having been heralding each hour with well timed loud gongs: often claimed to have been heard up to 5 kms by the people of Dharwad who are moored to this monument by nostalgic ties, the heritage clock tower has served as a landmark of Karnataka University as well as Dharwad city.

Since the recent years, two of the four of these set of heritage clocks (which otherwise worked synchronously) viz., those facing the North and South had fallen out of pace with their companions facing the East and the Western directions. The familiar hourly gong of the half tonne bell, when struck upon, now seemed to miss a beat and the historic, iconic clock tower witnessed a sullen look in the eyes of Professors, Students and alumni of KUD as well as the discerning conscientious citizens of Dharwad.

Impressed by the restoration work of an antique heritage clock in the premises of Karnataka College, Dharwad (KCD)-which had been defunct for more than decade-, (which had been carried out recently by a team of technicians of Hubballi Railway Workshop), Prof K B Gudasi, Vice Chancellor, Karnataka University approached Shri P K Mishra, Additional General Manager, SWR to seek his cooperation in the restoration of the set of heritage clocks in KUD premises.

The SWR team took up the project immediately in the right earnest: as a gesture of goodwill with a spirit to nurture, protect for posterity and create awareness about the shared heritage. Shri Mishra also advised the team of technicians from Hubballi Railway Workshop, led by Asst Workshop Manager PrabhatJha (comprising of Shri Viswanath, Senior Section Engineer, three technicians who have expertise in Horology viz Shri Mansur Ali Mulla, Shri Devendra .S.Londe, Shri Younis along with Shri YedduVenkatrao, Sr Section Engineer  and Shri Vijay Kumar Hebballi, Technician) to carry out this work pro-bono, with the intent of preserving the art of repairing and restoring mechanical clocks, which is a rare skill in the present era of digital time-keeping. Shri Mishra has worked extensively in restoring railway heritage, particularly in the domain of East Indian Railway.

Incidentally, the present building/premises of Karnataka College Dharwad, also housed the first Head Quarters Office of Southern Mahratta Railway almost a 100 years ago, before the building was converted into a College, after shifting the Head Quarters to the then Madras city.

The challenges in carrying out the restoration were manifold:

lThe KUD Tower clock was eight times larger than the size of tower clock of KCD.

lSome of the key parts such as the alarm fan unit key was missing, alarm motor was jammed, alarm counter weight chain was completely broken, in alarm gear box unit all brass body bushes were worn out, many parts were corroded and the main drive gear box unit was defunct.

lSome of the spare parts were not available in the market. Shri Yeddu Venkatrao, Sr Section Engineer and Shri Vijay Kumar Hebballi, Technician fabricated the antique parts, which were not available in the open market, at Hubballi Railway Workshop and transported to Dharwad.

lSome of the other components were sourced locally, with the funding being arranged by KUD. Care was taken to keep expenses to the bare minimum.

lThe technicians also carried out the work at an enormous personal risk, with immense dedication, as the platform to support them was o­nly 15 inches wide, at a height of seven stories (when they had to adjust the giant needles of the clock!) without permanent scaffolding. All in the spirit of preservation of heritage.

The team of experts from Hubballi Railway Workshop worked continuously for a period of over o­ne month and completed the task successfully o­n 28 Aug 2021. In order to cater to the heavy load of the integrated gear box, the manual key method has been adopted, wherein for every 24 hours, a key has to be wound manually for smooth functioning of all the four clocks. This tower clock, was built in the year 1962 with all its parts from England, got assembled & installed by Time Machine Company, Mumbai.

Shri Sanjeev Kishore, General Manager has praised the efforts of the Hubballi Workshop Team, and has expressed hope that these efforts would create awareness among public as well as enthuse students, researchers and scholars of Dharwad-known to be an education hub- to take up studies and projects o­n conservation of heritage. He stated that SWR shares a very close historical link with Dharwad and is open to extend further collaboration with NGOs, corporates and interested parties, particularly in the field of heritage conservation and research with a view to preserving tangible icons of historical significance for the sake of posterity.


                                                                                                    Aneesh Hegde

                                                                                        Chief Public Relations Officer          

                                                                                      South Western Railway, Hubballi







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