Railways old hands, not more than 65 years of age, will be recruited to preserve the heritage stocks of the national transporter, senior officials said today.
The Railway Board has approved a proposal to engage retired railway staff at Rs. 1,200 per day, to preserve, restore and revive railway heritage items such as steam locomotives, vintage coaches, steam cranes, semaphore signals, station equipment and steam-powered equipment.
“They have the experience to repair and maintain railway heritage and can also act as coaches for the younger generation. It is not an easy task to keep, say a clock – which is 150 years old – ticking even after all these years. The old hands have that expertise,” a senior railway official said. Read More
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