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STATION INFO

Address: Chandwa, Jharkhand 829203, India

Station Code: TORI)TOR

Station Name: TORI)TORI

Zone: ECR/East Central

Total Unique Trains: 32

Train Frequency Weekly: 133

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
18631RNC GARIBNWAZ EX00:1400:195TH3A,SL,GN
18311SBP BSB EXPRESS00:2700:303W,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
18611RNC BSB EXPRESS00:2800:302M,TU,F,SA3A,SL,GN
18102JAT MURI TATA EXPRESS02:5202:542M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18310JAT SBP EXP03:3103:332M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
18010SANTRAGACHI EXP03:3603:382SU2A,3A,SL,GN
53525BRKA BSB PASS05:4005:422M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
13348PALAMOU EXP05:5205:575M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
12878NDLS RNC G RATH06:4906:512TU,TH,SU3A
53348BRWD GMO PASS07:3307:352M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
53357BRKA DOS PASS08:1208:142M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
68037RNC TORI PASS11:30Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
53343GMO CPU PASS11:4011:422M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18613RNC CPU EXP12:1812:202M,TH,SAUNRESERVED
18614CPU RNC EXP14:1214:142W,F,SUUNRESERVED
12874JHARKHAND EXP14:4914:512TU,W,F2A,3A,SL,GN
11447SHAKTIPUNJ EXP15:1215:142M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
53344CPU GMO PASS16:0316:041M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
53347GMO PNBE LNK17:0817:102M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12873JHARKHAND S J EX18:1118:132M,TU,TH2A,3A,SL,GN
53526BSB BRKA PASS19:2019:222M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
13347PALAMOU EXPRESS19:4819:502M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
53358DOS BRKA PASS19:5519:561M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12877RNC GARIB RATH20:1520:172M,TU,F3A
18101TATA JAT EXP20:5921:045M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
18309SBP JAT EXPRESS21:1321:152M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
18009SRC AII EXPRESS21:3221:342F2A,3A,SL,GN
11448SHAKTIPUNJ EXP23:1723:203M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
18612MUV RNC EXPRESS23:1723:192TU,W,F,SA3A,SL,GN
18632RNC GARIB NAWAZ23:3823:402SA3A,SL,GN
18312BSB SBP EXPRESS23:3823:402M,TH2A,3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure
68038TORI RNC PASSSrc12:00--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED



RECENT NEWS

1
Press Release No. 14419-06-2020
Hubballi
Press Release No. 144, SWR REBUILT 4 BRIDGES ON LONDA - MIRAJ RAILWAY TRACK IN LOCKDOWN PERIOD

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 144  Dt: 19.06.2020

SWR REBUILT 4 BRIDGES o­n LONDA - MIRAJ RAILWAY TRACK IN LOCKDOWN PERIOD

South Western Railway has taken major steps for many safety related maintenance works during Lockdown. These maintenance works form the backbone for safe train running.   As o­nly limited number of special trains in selected routes, goods and parcel trains are running now, turning adversity of lockdown due to an opportunity, SWR has reconstructed has many as 4 minor bridges.  This ensures that disruption of train services needed for reconstructing in normal course, won't be needed.  Monitoring and asset maintenance is a continuous activity and railway took advantage of the lockdown to strengthen its rail network without inconvenience to passengers.

Reconstruction of Railway Bridges was taken up in the month of May with special care considering the then about to begin monsoon.  Rehabilitation/rebuilding of 4 bridges o­n the Londa – Miraj section were identified and taken up and completed before the o­nset of the monsoons.  This section carries heavy freight traffic, catering to movement of coal and Iron Ore to and from Goa Port and the sectional capacity is in excess of 100%.

Work o­n Bridge No.28, 33, 35 & 40 in Londa - Miraj was a major intensive work.  2 Nos.100-150 MT Road cranes, two Proclains, two JCBs, o­ne Road Roller were used for lifting, insertion of RCC Boxes, excavation and compacting of dumped earth were used in rebuilding these bridges.   Three Rail cutting, Drilling machines, Hydraulics Weld trimmers and track tampers were used.  o­ne Duomatic machine for packing of the linked track to allow train traffic at restricted speed was also used.  About sixty (60) contractual labourers and thirty (30) departmental staff attended to the track dismantling, linking, packing and restoration works o­n the bridges.  These works were completed at a cost of Rs.1.5 Cr.

In addition regular patch work like epoxy grouting, floor repair, treatment to exposed reinforcement, cement –mortar plastering were done thoroughly using the lockdown period to maximum effect.   Shri Vijay Agrawal, PCE and Shri Arvind Malkhede, DRM/Hubballi led the planning of these bridge works from the forefront.

Shri A. K. Singh, General Manager/SWR said that the Section Engineers and staff are working round the clock to keep safe, secured and well-maintained railway track for train operations which is a highly challenging task during the monsoon season.

                                                                                           Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi





2
WR Press Release No. 2020/06 18-06-2020
Mumbai
W. RLY BEAUTIFIES MAHIM STATION WITH THE ‘HEROES OF MUMBAI’ MURALS AS AN ODE TO THE CORONA WARRIORS

                                

W. RLY BEAUTIFIES MAHIM STATION WITH THE ‘HEROES OF MUMBAI’ MURALS AS AN ODE TO THE CORONA WARRIORS

 

Western Railway, St+art India Foundation and Asian Paints join hands to create colourful murals saluting Mumbai’s frontline heroes at Mahim Jn. Railway station

 

Photo Caption: Various views of the exterior facade of Mahim railway station beautified with the murals of Corona Warriors titled the ‘Heroes of Mumbai’. The mural depicts doctors, nurses, vegetable sellers, delivery persons and sanitation workers who have worked tirelessly to keep the country ticking, even in such dire circumstances.

 

Over the past few months, during the nationwide lockdown put into force to contain the spread of Corona virus, many people had come forward, braved adversity and put their own lives at risk to make sure that we are safe. As an ode to these Corona Warriors, Western Rly in association with ST+ART India Foundation alongwith Asian Paints, has beautified the exterior facade of Mahim railway station with murals titled the ‘Heroes of Mumbai’. The mural depicts doctors, nurses, police, vegetable sellers, delivery persons and sanitation workers who have worked tirelessly to keep the country ticking, even in such dire circumstances.

 

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar- Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly, our country was witness to the grit and courage of various persons belonging to the medical fraternity, police & security forces, railway employees, house -keeping and sanitization workers, vendors selling daily necessities and essential commodities. These all braved against every odd to provide services to the needy and has demonstrated a glaring example in such a time of crisis. As an expression of gratitude towards these frontline staff, aptly called as the Corona Warriors, W. Rly has beautified the expansive exterior facade of the Mahim railway station with the mural of these real heroes of our country who have stood gallantly to do their best in curbing down this unprecedented calamity. These murals cover the walls at both the entrances of Station, o­n the Exterior facades of Railway building as well as the exterior Boundary Wall. Shri Bhakar stated that “The 'Heroes of Mumbai' Project at Mahim Station not o­nly enhances the beautification of the station, but also is an unique way of expressing solidarity & gratitude to Covid-19 warriors. We are again proud to associate with Asian Paints & NGO St+art India for this marvelous artwork under the CSR initiatives & look forward to many more such beautification drives across various suburban stations of Western Railway”. These art pieces are dedicated to all the frontline workers defending us from o­nslaught of COVID-19 in the most hostile condition and through our art we would express heartfelt gratitude to all the frontline workers. And now, with the Unlock 1.0 in the underway & Western Railway being the lifeline of Mumbai, this art will play a pivotal role in inspiring people in remembering their hardwork and following the norms like social distancing, hygiene and sanitation.

Shri Bhakar apprised that recently, various important works have been executed at Mahim Rly station, as a special consideration to develop modern amenities at this historical station. Under these works, a 10 meter wide and approx 175 meter in length Foot Over Bridge was constructed by Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation and a 3.6 meter wide skywalk of approx 80 meter length was also constructed, which was connected to MCGM FOB to Rly South FOB by MRVC. The Boundary wall of Mahim Station was in a dilapidated condition which was first repaired & then it was given up for painting. Presently, there are total 6 platforms, 4 Foot Over Bridges, 3 booking office counters and o­ne PRS counter at Mahim Rly station.

The mural art has been designed by Gujarat-based street artist Do and was brought to life by maestro Munir Bukhari over the course of 15 days. Set against a colourful background, Do’s monochromatic subjects stand out while everyone is shown engrossed in their respective job.W.Rly had earlier partnered with St+Art, to come up with the huge colourful mural of Mahatma Gandhi’s mural o­n the exterior facade of Churchgate Station. St+art works o­n art project in public spaces with an aim is to make art accessible to a wider audience by taking it out of the conventional gallery space and embedding it within the cities we live and making art truly democratic andfor all. Speaking o­n this occasion, Shri Amit Syngle - MD and CEO, Asian Paints Limited said the ‘Heroes of Mumbai’ project at Mahim junction, is a way to thank the exceptional individuals who have put themselves at great risk in order to protect and serve others during these turbulent times. Aside from serving as a reminder of their contribution in the fight against this pandemic, the murals also aim to brighten up public spaces with art and social commentary and to create socially relevant public art projects all across the country.

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