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Address: Railway Tunnel, Rayagada-Kasipur Range (Eastern Ghats), Odisha 765015, India

Station Code: RUL)RAUL

Station Name: RUL)RAULI

Zone: ECoR/East Coast

Total Unique Trains: 6

Train Frequency Weekly: 37

Station Traffic: Low

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58302KRPU SBP PASS05:1605:182M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18447HIRAKHAND EXP06:5506:572M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
58537KRPU VSKP PASS08:0708:092M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
58538VSKP KRPU PASS13:3113:332M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
58301SBP KRPU PASS19:0519:072M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18448HIRAKHAND EXP19:4619:482M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
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RECENT NEWS

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Release No. 26527-10-2020
Hubballi
Release No. 265, ANNUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL WORKSHOP, ASHOKAPURAM BY GM/SWR

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 265  Dt: 23.10.2020

ANNUAL INSPECTION OF CENTRAL WORKSHOP, ASHOKAPURAM BY GM/SWR

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South Western Railway, Hubballi, did Annual Inspection of the Central Workshop, Ashokapuram, today (23.10.2020). Central Workshop, Ashokapuram of South Western Railway was established in 1924 as a base workshop of the erstwhile Mysore State Railway. The workshop has started POH of BG coaches from 1994. With the introduction of LHB coaches o­n Indian Railways, workshop has been nominated to carry out Shop Shedule-1, Shop Schedule -2 and Shop Schedule - 3 Schedules for the LHB coaches from 2012 o­nwards. Recently the Workshop has successfully manufactured High speed MEMU motor coach wheel that is fit to run at a speed of 160 kmph. This wheel manufacturing is undertaken for the first time in Indian Railway workshop against M/s Bombardiar quality plan.

Principal Heads of various Departments Shri P. Ravi Kumar, PCME, Shri Vipul Kumar, PCE, Kum. Roopa Srinivasan, PFA, Shri Ajay Kumar, PCSTE, Shri G. V. Narayana Murthy, PCMM, Shri Anil Pavithran, PCCM, Shri M. A. V. Ramanujan, PCSO, Dr. Vilas Gunda, PCMD & Shri R S Chouhan, PCSC accompanied GM/SWR for the inspection.  Smt Aparna Garg, Divisional Railway Manger, Mysuru and Shri P Srinivasu, Chief Workshop Manager, Mysuru were present during the inspection.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, GM/SWR inaugurated the Railway Institute (relocated) at the Workshop. Facilities for playing many indoor games like Caroms, Chess, Snooker, Table tennis and Reading rooms are provided.

Smt. Sujata Singh, President, SWR Women's Organisation inaugurated Heritage Pillars at the Workshop. These two Heritage Pillars were casted in Mysuru Workshop in the year 1939 for Mysuru State Railway was found recently. To give them a place of pride right at the entrance of the Workshop these two pillars have been aesthetically erected with 2 metal insignias emblems of Southern Maratha Railway (SMR) and of Mysore State Railway (MSR). A fountain between these two pillars was also inaugurated which will significantly improve the ambiance of the workshop and will also inculcate heritage consciousness in the staff.   

A Portrait of the Mysuru Maharaja was also unveiled during the occasion. The specialty of 3D painting is that the person in the painting will be seen looking at the viewer from any angle of viewing. Even the direction of footwear of Mysuru Maharaja will appear pointed towards the viewers. Mysuru Workshop was established in the reign of Shri Nalwadi Krishna Wadayar. His many accomplishments resulting in all round Development of Mysuru Kingdom, crediting many firsts in India are well documents besides the portrait. 

GM/SWR and Officers of Headquarters visited Nakshatra Vatika (a conceptual Garden) and a Nursery garden for small plants developed by the staff from Planning and Progress section. 18 saplings were planted by GM, PHODs, DRM & CWM during the occasion.The Refusal Yard, Bio Tank Cleaning area, Carriage Body Repair Shop & Paint Shop, LHB Spring Shop and Carriage lift shop were also inspected by the team of officers from SWR/HQ.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, GM/SWR inaugurated the Welding Simulator at BTC. Welding simulator gives virtual training to operate welding tools, which is very essential to activities in Workshop.  5 T Electric Overhead Travelling (EOT) crane was commissioned. The 25th High Speed MEMU Motor Coach wheel was rolled out for Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) today. Shot Blasting Machine was also inaugurated during this occasion. Hydraulic Press (8 T capacity) for pressing in/out the primary suspension unit used in LHB bogies manufactured by Mysuru Workshop was inaugurated.

The following sections of the Workshop were inspected by GM & PHODs.

1)         Bogie Repair Shop

2)         Air Brake Shop

3)         Stores Depot

4)         Wheel Shop

5)         Machine Shop

6)         POH of coaches at AC shop

Shri P Srinivasu, Chief Workshop Manager, Mysuru gave a presentation o­n the performance and achievement of the Workshop. Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, GM/SWR distributed awards to the officers and staff of the Workshop for their performance during the previous year and up to September this year. GM/SWR later interacted with members of Recognized Trade unions and staff of Workshop.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh commended the efforts taken by Mysuru Workshop in housekeeping and well documented files and records. He also appreciated the performance of Mysuru Workshop in producing Zero en-route coach failures and failure of components within 100 days.


                                                             Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                     South Western Railway, Hubballi

                                                 





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Press Release No. 15608-07-2020
Hubballi
Press Release No. 156, HUBBALLI DIVISION CARRIES OUT MAJOR MAINTENANCE WORKS

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 156  Dt: 04.07.2020

HUBBALLI DIVISION CARRIES OUT MAJOR

 MAINTENANCE WORKS

Utilizing the lockdown period for carrying out major repair/maintenance works, Hubballi Division has replaced worn out sleepers and fastenings at 11 Level Crossing gates which has very high Train Vehicle Unit.  Works carried out at 05 nos. of  Level Crossing (LC’s) gates no. 380,381,382,383 & 386 situated in the heavy suburbs of the Belagavi district which have heavy train vehicle unit (TVU’s)  of more than 2 lakhs and all the  worn out PSC sleepers, Rails and Pway fastenings were replaced. Similarly, maintenance works were carried out at 06 no’s of Level Crossing gate nos. 17, 17A, 43, 24A, 25 & 47 situated in the heavy suburbs of Goa, which have heavy train vehicle unit ranging from 20,000 to 50,000.   It will result in achieving overall improvement in running of trains.  In normal times, due to heavy road traffic at these level crossing gates getting the District commissioner approval for the diversion of the traffic needed for 10-12 hours to ensure removal of the check rails, paver blocks, excavation up to 400-500mm, replacement of sleepers, rails and P-way fittings, which  would have caused inconvenience to road users.   But due to lockdown it could be completed smoothly  after taking permission from District Administration.  Various Machines like  JCB machines for excavation beneath the track, Small Track Machine, Rail cutting machines, Drilling machines, Hydraulics Weld trimmers, off track tampers, DUOMATIC track machine for the effective packing after the overhauling work were used with adequate number of manpower.  By completing these overhauling works, caution order to run trains at 20-30 KMPH in these sections are eliminated which will improve the punctuality of trains.  It has also enhanced the safety of  train operations. 

Ballast cleaning is carried out regularly to replace worn out ballasts with new o­ne.  Ballast Cleaning work carried out recently in Gadag-Hosapete section through Ballast Cleaning Machine.  This track section is formed o­n Black Cotton soil which tends to deform and develop cracks after shrinkage. Hence, regular track attention is required at these locations. In view of o­nset of Monsoon, now along with Ballast Cleaning, Geogrid and Geotextile has been laid to strengthen the formation. These two layers will act as a separation layer and will not allow water to penetrate into the formation. This will also reduce differential settlement of the formation and improve running quality of the tracks. 

Railway is carrying out regular maintenance and safety works  diligently to ensure safe train operations.

    

                                                                                           Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi








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