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4 Trains from (WJ)Walajabad to (MLMR)MELMARUVATTUR


Address: Walajabad Railway Station, Sri Sai Sagar, Walajabad, PIN code 631605 Tamil Nadu

Station Code: WJ

Station Name: Walajabad

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 37

Station Traffic: Low

Address: Tamil Nadu 603309, India

Station Code: MLMR

Station Name: MELMARUVATTUR

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 273

Station Traffic: High





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56037MS PDY FAST PASSPWU07:45MLMR08:230:38M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED56037 Status
56041TPTY PDY PASSWJ08:41MLMR10:181:37M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED56041 Status
66043MSB MLMR MEMUPWU09:55MLMR11:051:10M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED66043 Status
16351NAGARCOIL EXPCJ12:20MLMR13:281:08TU,SA2A,3A,SL,GN,16351 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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437/2020-21 28-01-2021
Chennai
GENERAL MANAGER CONDUCTS ANNUAL INSPECTION OF CHENNAI DIVISION CHENGALPATTU – ARAKKONAM-WALAJA ROAD – RANIPET SECTIONS INSPECTED TODAY



Shri John Thomas , General Manager, Southern Railway conducted annual inspection  of Chennai Division today, 27th January 2021.  The inspection team comprised of the General Manager and Principal Heads of various Departments of Southern Railway. Shri. P.Mahesh, Divisional Railway Manager and other Branch officers from the division were also present during the inspection. This is part of annual exercise to assess the maintenance of the railway assets that contribute to safe operation of trains and upkeep of other passenger amenities.

The sections between Chengalpattu – Arakkonam-Walaja Road – Ranipet sections were inspected today. At Chengalpattu station, General Manager inspected the OHE (Over Head Equipment) Depot and reviewed the functioning of Electronic Interlocking System. General Manager also inspected the new Multi-level parking facility coming up at the station and other passenger amenities such as Platform lighting and toilets. A Battery Operated Car facility for the benefit of passengers was commissioned during the visit.

At Walajabad Automobile hub, the General Manager reviewed the extension of automobile loading line and other amenities.. The proposed architectural improvements for Kanchipuram station building were reviewed. The General Manager and the team of Railway Officials then conducted a speed trial between Kanchipuram and Arakkonam.  

At Arakkonam, various facilities such as New Booking Office, toilets, Foot Over Bridge, and circulating area were inspected.  A safety booklet detailing various safety rules to be adhered to by running staff was released.  The General Manager took stock of the facilities available at Railway Health Unit at Arakkonam. 

At Arakkonam loco shed, the General Manager inspected the Locomotive Shed and its various capabilities. During the inspection, a 75Kw Solar panel, PASUMAI 2.0 ( Battery-cum-AC operated dual mode locomotive) and first-of-its-kind 3-Phase AC Electric Loco were commissioned and inspected. The General Manager also briefed the Press at Arakkonam and Ranipet o­n various rail development plans. 

Later in the afternoon, a major bridge and a subway at LC.39 were inspected in Chittteri-Mahendravadi section before proceeding to Ranipet where the new station building and Platform were inspected. General Manager inspected Points& Crossings, curves, minor bridges, Level Crossings, sick lines and other engineering aspects at various locations enroute.

During the Inspection, Employee Welfare facilities such as Subordinate Rest House at Kanchipuram East, an RPF Women Rest Room and Staff Rest Room facility at Arakkonam, Type IV Staff Quarters and Staff Rest Room at Sholinghur, and Track Machine Rest Room at Walajah Road were Commissioned.

During the course of inspection, General Manager interacted with Passenger Associations, Media and Commuters at various railway stations. He interacted with Track Maintainers, Gate Keepers and other frontline staff from Engineering, Mechanical, Operating, Commercial, Electrical, Security and Signal and Telecommunication as well as Medical & Health Department staff, and appreciated the efforts of employees for their dedication in ensuring safe train operations and upkeep of Railway Stations. The General Manager also gave Spot awards along with Certificates of Merit to outstanding employees during the inspection with the help of Accounts and Personnel Staff.

                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    


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No.305/2020-21 01-12-2020
Chennai
150th New Modified Goods (NMG) Coach by GOC Workshop

150th New Modified Goods (NMG) Coach by GOC Workshop

Central Workshops, Golden Rock, Southern Railway is vested with the responsibility of converting ICF BG coaches into New Modified Goods (NMG) since 2009. NMGs are extensively used for transporting newly manufactured cars from the factories to various distributors across the country. These NMG have huge potential for revenue earnings to Railways and transportation of Automobiles have increased in Indian Railways. Walajabad has become the Auto hub of Southern Railway.

Salient Features of NMG conversion include the following:

Ø Perforated type floor (Similar to BCACM/BCACBM wagons) is provided to facilitate lashing of wheels of the vehicles. 

Ø Ceiling of the coaches is repaired, fully covered and painted so that no rust/corroded material drops down o­n cars.

Ø Painting is done as per new colour scheme of Apricot yellow – blood red.

Ø The conversion cost is around Rs.8.37 Lakhs per coach. 

From April 2017 to October 2020, GOC Workshops have converted 140 ICF BG coaches into NMG for transportation of automobiles. This rake of 10 NMG coaches marks the completion of 150 NMG coaches from GOC Workshops. As o­n date 40 coaches have been successfully completed in this financial year, itself.    

The 150th NMG coach was flagged off today 30.11.2020 in the presence of            

Shri. Shyamadhar Ram, Chief Workshop Manager, Golden Rock along with all Officers, supervisors and staff of Golden Rock workshops.

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