General IR Scenes : MG and NG

Glimpses for IR's fast fading Meter and Narrow Gauge sections

Date: 2018-12-01
Owner: Shashanka Nanda
Size: 125 items

The famed Dhulghat Spiral, shining in the early morning Sun! This section is counting its last days, and is to be closed down for Gauge Conversion pretty soon. (adithyav)


After 20 mins long wait, early morning service to Ahmedabad Jn, 52903 Mahesana-ADI MG Passenger arrived at Kalol Junction station hauled by SBI YDM-4 #6306 crossed my 52910 ADIJ-Mahesana Jn. passenger. (Bhaveen Patel)


Bilimora bound 52002 WGI-BIM NG Passenger hauled by PRTN ZDM-5 #509 arrived at Anaval station. (Bhaveen Patel)


Lush greenery alongside shows central India received fair amount of rains this monsoon! Cute looking ZDM-4 brings in the Achalpur - Murtizapur NG train also known as Shakuntala passenger (Sriram SN)


Akola bound passenger arriving at Patsul railway station! (Ashwin Gandhi)


A scene from Akola Junction which includes both Meter Gauge and Broad Gauge lines! (Ashwin Gandhi)

Abhishek Kashyap Shahjahanpur MG

Ydm4 6507 busy in reversing back after been arrival with 15317 (a very limited edition Express train) the only express train that ruled on the Pilibhit-Section ever in history of Indian Railways , but just for Six months only (01 Jan 2016 to 16 June 2016)


Ruhelkhand exp through the canal at OEL (Dennis Jacob Mathew)


IZN YDM-4 6464 with Tikunia Aishbah Passenger (dennis jacob)


17625 has been derated to shunting duties, but upgraded to run on bio-diesel. (Santulan Mahanta)


The first bio-diesel run locomotive of New Guwahati shed. In a press release the CPRO of NFR claimed NGC to have installed the third biodiesel fuelling point in Indian Railways' network after Tughlakabad and Itarsi (Santulan Mahanta)


The Akola bound passenger from Mhow slowly moves downhill through the ravine viaduct-2 between Patalpani and Kalakund. (Vivek Mishra)


The once extensive Narrow Gauge system that radiated from Nagpur has been relegated to a single line that runs till Nagbhir. Here, the evening service returning to Nagpur crosses the Maru river near Bhivapur. (Shashanka Nanda)


Trekked on this beautiful stretch in the Gir Wildlife Santuary. The location is a couple pf kilometers from the Sasan Gir railway station. This bridge still sees 4-5 passenger trains in a day. (Saptarshi)


YDM 4 6326 brings in the afternoon passenger into Sasan Gir Railway Station. The LP was nice enough to switch on the headlights for me :) (Saptarshi)