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1 Trains from (JER)JALESWAR to (KZE)KANHANGAD


Address: Jaleswar Railway Station, Jaleswar, West Bengal 756032, India

Station Code: JER

Station Name: JALESWAR

Zone: SER/South Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 174

Station Traffic: High

Address: Kanhangad, Kerala, India

Station Code: KZE

Station Name: KANHANGAD

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 209

Station Traffic: High





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RECENT NEWS

1
30-05-2021
CANCELLATION OF SER SUBURBAN SERVICES TILL FURTHER ADVICE

दक्षिण पूर्वरेलवे

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति

PRESS RELEASE

CANCELLATION OF SER SUBURBAN SERVICES TILL FURTHER ADVICE

 

Kolkata 30thMay 2021

It has been decided to continue the cancellation of all the Suburban/EMU Locals run by SER and plying in Howrah-Kharagpur-Midnapur, Shalimar-Santragachi, Panskura-Haldia, Santragachi-Amta and Tamluk-Digha sections over Kharagpur Division alongwith cancellation of 68007/68002 Howrah-Jaleswar-Howrah MEMU, 08003/08004 Howrah-Bhadrak-Howrah Special, 68045/68046 Adra-Asansol-Adra MEMU, 68090/68089 Adra-Midnapur-Adra MEMU, 68151/68152 Bankura-Masagram-Bankura MEMU and 68153/68154 Bankura-Masagram-Bankura MEMU till further advice.

 

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2
27-05-2021
SWIFT RESTORATION BY SER HELPED TO NORMALIZE TRAIN MOVEMENT AFTER CYCLONE ‘YAAS’

दक्षिणपूर्वरेलवे

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY

प्रेसविज्ञप्ति

PRESS RELEASE

SWIFT RESTORATION BY SER HELPED TO NORMALIZE TRAIN MOVEMENT AFTER CYCLONE ‘YAAS’

 

Kolkata, 27th May, 2021.

South Eastern Railway normalized train movement immediately after getting clear weather and swift completion of restoration process.The first train services were resumed at 16.30 hrs o­n 26th May evening. All mainlines were made fit o­n war footing, within 11 hrs of landfall of “YAAS” at the coastal area of Bay of Bengal in SER territory. Inputs of downstream damages behind the tail of the cyclone in Chakradharpur and Ranchi divisions due to high wind speeds and very heavy rainfall are still coming in as the depression moved over Jharkhand.

 

As a precautionary measure considering safety of the passengers all Coaching services over Kharagpur division were stopped since 18:00 hrs o­n 24.5.2021 in view of Cyclone YAAS. This involved cancellation of all trains passing through Kharagpur - Bhadrak and Kharagpur - Howrah section. But there was no disruption for despatching Oxygen Express in this stormy situation.

 

To avoid untoward incident during cyclone, Goods trains in Kharagpur - Bhadrak section were stopped from 00:00 hrs o­n 26.5.2021 and those in Kharagpur - Tatanagar section were stopped from 05:00 hrs o­n 26.5.2021.

 

No goods train was allowed to stable in Kharagpur - Ranital, Panskura-Haldia-Digha and Kharagpur-Tatanagar sections to minimize the impact of Cyclone. All loaded rakes were evacuated from Haldia port by 21:00 hrs o­n 25.5.2021 to ensure no damage to Railway stocks due to Cyclonic weather.

 

At around 15:00 hrs after the passage of Cyclone from Balasore - Bhadrak area restoration work started in the division. Sections of Tatanagar - Kharagpur and Kharagpur - Howrah were restored first at 16:00 hrs.

 

Fitness of entire Kharagpur - Bhadrak section was given at 20:10 hrs, even though fitness between Kharagpur and Baleswar was given earlier. Thus, normal traffic of entire division was restored within the fastest possible time.

 

Apparently there was no damage to track or Bridges. At two stations, Rupsa and Shalimar, PF sheds were damaged. Some uprooted trees had to be cut in between Soro and Markona, since these were on the track. Several tree branches were removed from Over Head Wire (OHE), throughout the section between Jaleswar and Ranital.

 

There was no major OHE damage during the cyclone, since OHE power was switched off. Also, prior to cyclone, many trees were trimmed, which reduced the damage to OHE. Severe water logging resulted in tardy terminal performance in Dangoaposi and Barsuan Area in Chakradharpur division andin Haldia of Kharagpur Division.

 

The situation at Chakradharpur and Ranchi division so far under control though heavy rain has been reported from both the divisions of Jharkhand. Loading is being affected as water logging has been witnessed specially in iron ore loading sectors. Divisions are made alert to tackle any situation due to this inclement weather.

 

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