Indian Railways upgrades trains! The national transporter has decided to replace the existing rakes of two more trains with modern Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches. Recently, Indian Railways has decided to convert the conventional rakes of Konkan Kanya Expres
Train-18 is now officially recognised as the fastest train in India as per Railway Minister Piyush Goyal’s tweet. The tweet also carries a driver’s view video that shows the speedometer of the train touching 180 kmph, as well as the surrounding scenery zipping away.
After issuing a circular to Integral coach factory (ICF) for manufacturing 10 more train of train 18 series, Indian Railways is identifying routes for starting the operation of India’s first engine-less, Train-
The first set of Tejas coaches manufactured by the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) of the Indian Railways will be flagged off in Chennai on Friday. The ‘swanky’ coaches will be inaugurated by seniors railways officials at the ICF Furnishing Division, Chennai, later in the day.
It was a must-win game for Integral Coach Factory against Southern Railway on Monday and they came good to win the encounter 2-1 to stay alive in the Shriram City CHA Super Six Hockey League Championship.
In what would count as a landmark development, the Indian Railways is set to commission the revolutionary Train 18 on the Delhi-Bhopal route by January 2019. The Integral Coach Factory (ICF) manufactured Train 18 is unique as it would run
Train 18, India’s first “engine-less” train designed to run at a speed of 160 km per hour, expected to replace the existing fleet of inter-city Shatabdi Express trains, will be rolled out of the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) here in the first week of October.