Rail Station

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Shalimar Station - History
... The place where now the station is situated was formerly a very small rail station, and served by some diesel loco hauled trains ... Those lines were a part of large Shalimar rail yard ... In 2000, the first plan was conceived to utilise this area as a bigger rail station ...
Rail Transport In Bangladesh - Existing Railway Stations
... Kamalapur Railway Station, the central railway station in Dhaka ... Bangladesh Railway had a total of 454 railway stations at the end of the year 2004-05 ... Hili Railway Station - W - broad gauge Joydebpur - E - DG - dual gauge junction Syedpur- metre gauge Sylhet - metre gauge Bhairab Bazar - metre gauge Darsana ...
Tarnów Rail Station Bomb Attack
... The Tarnów rail station bomb attack was a bombing carried out by a German agent at Tarnów, Poland ... Trains passed through the busy main rail station of Tarnów Główny, carrying thousands of travellers, including numerous soldiers reporting to their units, as the international situation worsened day by day ... He had a beer in the station restaurant, before taking a slow walk around the station ...
List Of World War II Prisoner-of-war Camps In The Soviet Union
... The following camps were established to hold members of the Polish Army Jukhnovo (rail station of Babynino), Yuzhe (Talitsy), Kozelsk, Kozelshchyna, Oranki, Stolbnyi Island on Lake Seliger near Ostashkov, Putyvl ...
Polish Prisoners-of-war In The Soviet Union After 1939 - First Period (1939-1941)
... centers and transit camps and arrange rail transport to prisoner-of-war camps in the western USSR ... The camps were located at Jukhnovo (Babynino rail station), Yuzhe (Talitsy), Kozelsk, Kozelshchyna, Oranki, Ostashkov (Stolbnyi Island on Seliger Lake near ...

Famous quotes containing the words station and/or rail:

    With boys you always know where you stand. Right in the path of a hurricane. It’s all there. The fruit flies hovering over their waste can, the hamster trying to escape to cleaner air, the bedrooms decorated in Early Bus Station Restroom.
    Erma Bombeck (20th century)

    Old man, it’s four flights up and for what?
    Your room is hardly any bigger than your bed.
    Puffing as you climb, you are a brown woodcut
    stooped over the thin rail and the wornout tread.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)