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12 Trains from (DMO)DAMOH to (GUNA)GUNA

Address: Damoh Railway Station, Damoh, Madhya Pradesh 470661, India

Station Code: DMO

Station Name: DAMOH

Zone: WCR/West Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 223

Station Traffic: High

Address: Guna, Madhya Pradesh, India

Station Code: GUNA

Station Name: GUNA

Zone: WCR/West Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 193

Station Traffic: High

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18573VSKP BGKT EXPDMO02:22GUNA07:255:03TH2A,3A,SL,GN,18573 Status
18213DURG AII EXPDMO02:22GUNA07:255:03SU2A,3A,SL,GN,18213 Status
18207DURG AII EXPDMO02:22GUNA07:255:03M2A,3A,SL,GN,18207 Status
14710PURI BKN EXPRESSDMO02:30GUNA07:254:55W2A,3A,SL,GN,14710 Status
13423BGP AII EXPRESSDMO07:10GUNA12:355:25TH2A,3A,SL,GN,13423 Status
19607AII WKLY EXPDMO13:10GUNA18:155:05TH2A,3A,SL,GN,19607 Status
18009SRC AII EXPRESSDMO13:10GUNA18:155:05F2A,3A,SL,GN,18009 Status
19659SHM UDZ EXPRESSDMO15:50GUNA21:105:20SU2A,3A,SL,GN,19659 Status
19810JBP KOTA EXPRESSDMO21:10GUNA03:106:00M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL,GN,19810 Status
12181DAYODAI EXPRESSDMO23:15GUNA04:054:50M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,2S,GN,12181 Status
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Innovative measures by N. F. Railway To improve movement of goods trains in hill section

To combat the constraints in train movement due to steep gradient, sharp curves etc. in hilly terrain, the Northeast Frontier Railway has been initiating innovative measures time to time. In a recent such initiative, Lumding division of N. F. Railway conducted a successful trial of hauling a full length goods train with powerful locomotives in the challenging Lumding – Badarpur hill section.

In a historic step that promises to vastly improve the mobility of goods trains in the challenging Lumding – Badarpur hill section, Lumding division conducted the successful trial of hauling a full length goods train carrying food grains to Salchapra near Silchar, Assam. The goods train was hauled by a powerful WDG6 locomotive in the front, and o­ne WDG4 locomotive in the rear as banking engine. This successful effort holds the promise of eliminating the need for the use of multi – loco units in the Lumding - Badarpur section, which is presently a major cause of hindrance and slow running of goods trains in the section.

During this trial, the freight train was able to clear the challenging Lumding - Badarpur section made up of steep gradients and sharp curves effortlessly. Loco Pilot S.N. Raju and Guard Subrata Das, as well as Loco Inspector D. K. Gour and Traffic Inspector Ashok Basak were o­n board the train. The whole movement of the train was monitored from the Divisional Office by a team of officers including Senior Divisional Operations Manager K. K. Sharma, Senior Divisional Mechanical Engineer Himanshu Gunawat and Assistant Operations Manager Dipankar Gogoi under the overall guidance of Divisional Railway Manager of Lumding Shri J. S. Lakra.

The new WDG6G locomotives have high horsepower and capacity to haul over 6000 Tonnes, which is proving to be immensely beneficial for train movement in the section. o­nce this new system is regularized, it will be possible to ensure faster and unhindered delivery of food grains and other essential commodities by rail to the states of Tripura, Manipur and Mizoram apart from the Barak Valley of Assam, benefiting the people of the region.

(Guneet Kaur)

Central Railway celebrates Matheran Rail Utsav – CR takes another positive step towards conservation of environment and protecting the ecology of Matheran.

Central Railway

Press Release

Central Railway celebrates Matheran Rail Utsav –

CR takes another positive step towards conservation of environment and protecting the ecology of Matheran.

Central Railway is celebrating the Matheran Rail Utsav – a 2 day Cultural Festival in association with Matheran Municipal Council o­n 13th and 14th of November 2021.

This Utsav which is the first of its kind will be a display of Matheran Light Railway’s ancient history, potraying  the green initiatives of Central Railway and evolution of Matheran into an eco-sensitive zone. It will also project Matheran Light Railway(MLR) as a cultural landscape as also being recommended for UNESCO Greece Melina Mercouri International Prize-2021 for Safeguard and Management of Cultural Landscapes.

Shri B K Dadabhoy, Additional General Manager, Central Railway was the Chief Guest at the inaugural function held at Matheran Station o­n 13.11.2021, the first day of the 2 day festival. Shri A K Gupta, Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer, Shri Shalabh Goel, Divisional Railway Manager, Mumbai Division and other Senior Officers of Central Railway were also present.

Shri Dadabhoy released balloons with the Festival Citation and also inaugurated a Stall. He also gave away awards to winners of Photography and Drawing competition.

The Additional General Manager, The Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer, The Divisional Railway Manager, Mumbai Division and other Senior Officers also planted saplings as a part of tree plantation drive organised at the event..

The event featured presentations and talks o­n various Green initiatives by Central Railway, various initiatives taken for conservation of Matheran by Matheran Municipal Council, Initiatives in protecting the landscape and environment by Saguna Farms and Waste to Energy Management by M/s Polycrack.

Adivasi Folk Dance by Hasechi Patti Group and a cultural programme by artistes of Divisional Cultural Academy, Mumbai Division were also presented at the Festival.

Central Railway has taken various steps towards conservation of Environment. In the last four years Central Railway has taken up plantation of more than 18 lakh saplings of various kinds of trees o­n Railway land. An herbal garden with 120 saplings of rare spices and herbs has been set up at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai. 15 nurseries have already been set up and developed o­n Central Railway. 87 Eco-smart stations, Automatic Coach Washing plant at Wadi Bunder, Mumbai, Rain Water Harvesting Units at 133 stations, IGBC Green certification of 5 buildings etc are some of the other initiatives & achievements  towards greener environment  in past few years by Central Railway.

The Matheran Utsav is yet another positive step by Central Railway towards conserving the environment and protecting the ecology of Matheran.

Central Railway with its shuttle services for passengers between Aman Lodge and Matheran has been instrumental in popularizing this place not o­nly as a major tourist destination but also as a place which takes o­ne close to Nature.

Railways are playing an important role in providing a safe and comfortable travel to its passengers coming to this tourist destination, thereby providing livelihood to the locals thus contributing in improving the economy of Matheran.

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Dated: November 13, 2021

PR No.  2021/11/27

This press release is issued by the Public Relations department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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