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  4. Introduction Indian railway system is the prime transportation system of the country's inland transport They form the life-line of the country and meet the need for large scale movement of traffic, both goods and passenger The first railway line in India was opened for public traffic on 16th April, 1853 between Mumbai and Thane over a distance of 34 km This line was extended to Kalyan (in Maharashtra) on 1st May, 1854 and to Khopoli on 12th May, 1856. India has the second largest railway network in Asia and fourth largest in the world (USA,RUSSIA, CHINA,INDIA) In 1844 first proposals for the construction of Railway in India were submitted to East India Company by RM Stephenson


  5. Introduction It is the largest public sector undertaking of the country comprising with vast network of 7,349 stations. These stations are spread over a route length of 67,368 km with a fleet of 11,452 locomotives, 70,937 passenger coaches 4,904 other coaching vehicles and 2,77,987 wagons About 13 thousand trains cover a distance of about 14 lakh kilometers and carry over 11 million passengers and one million tonne of freight per day >Of the total freight, over 85 per cent comprises of coal, ores, food grains cement and petroleum A huge army of 15 lakh permanent and 2.5 lakh temporary employees are active in running and maintaining the railways, making it the largest employer of manpower in India It pays wages of Rs. 209,280 million annually to its employees


  6. Nature of Trains Passenger Trains Toy Trains Local Trains NEW TRAINS Short Distance Passenger Trains Semi high speed Trains Express Trains Luxury Trains Super fast Trains Bullet Trains Metro Trains Monorail Trains Rajdhani Trains Shatabdi Trains Train 18 Tejas Express Humsafar Express Uday Express Antyodaya Express Mahamana Express & Tiger Express Vivek Express


  7. Sl. No. Railway Zones Central Railway Eastern Railway East Central Railway East Coast Railway Northern Railway North Central Railway North Eastern Railway North Western Railway North Frontier Railway Southern Railway Headquarters Mumbai Kolkata Hajipur Bhubaneshwar Baroda House New Delhi Allahabad Gorakhpur Jaipur Maligaon Guwahati Chennai 4 10


  8. SI. No. Railway Zones South Central Railway South Eastern Railway South East Central Railway South Western Railway Western Railway West Central Railway Kolkata Metro Headquarters Secunderabad Grade Reach Kolkata Bilaspur 12 13 14 15 16 17 Hubli Mumbai CST Jabalpur Kolkata


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