Indian Railways has modernised many of its stations. The new stations now not only are cleaner but also feature local art and culture. At some extent, it has managed to bring back the lost charm of the public transporter.
In a first, Indian Railways’ ICF makes swanky coaches for UNESCO Heritage Nilgiri Mountain Railway; see pics
One of the oldest railway systems in Indian Railways, Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR) now gets a makeover! The NMR, which dates back to 1899 is a UNESCO Heritage Railways.
Indian Railways gives new look to Sehore station in Madhya Pradesh under Swachhata Mission! See gorgeous pics
Beautification of Indian Railways stations: Piyush Goyal-led Railway Ministry is giving makeovers to railway stations across the country. Other than upgrading the infrastructure, the railway stations are also being equipped with various modern and passenger-friendly amenities.
Don’t rub your eyes! This is Indian Railways’ Mathura Junction station after its beautiful makeover; see pics
Indian Railways’ Mathura Junction railway station gets a completely new look! You may find it hard to believe that the images in this article are of an Indian Railways station!
The Kashi Vishwanath Express, that runs between Varanasi Junction in Uttar Pradesh and New Delhi Railway Station has got a brand new look. The First class AC coaches have been renovated with several premium facilities.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Union government is busy with the modernisation of railway stations across the country. In this regard, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has tweeted a photo of Tirupati Station.
Ahmedabad Metro: Coaches Arrive In The City, Trial Run On Vastral Gam-Apparel Park Route To Begin From 15 January
The first three coaches Ahmedabad Metro Project have arrived in the city on Tuesday (1 January), reports Metro Rail News. These coaches were shipped from South Korea in the first week of December and had arrived at Mundra Port
The new and improved version of the Tejas train will run between Chennai and Madurai. The coaches of the fully air-conditioned train, which is equipped with a modern entertainment system, modular toilets, smart windows and a GPS
Indian Railways will run a glass-enclosed vistadome coach on the Kalka-Shimla route in the next ten days. Tickets for this see-through coach — catering to mostly foreign tourists — are likely to cost more than Rs 500 per seat.
The pride of the steam loco fleet, the bullet-nosed WP locomotives were the mainstay of broad gauge passenger train operations of the Indian Railways for a long time till 1995 when they were finally retired.