Train Service

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Amaravati Express - History
... The service was first introduced during 1950s as the meter gauge train between Guntur and Hubli ... The Guntur-Hubli fast passenger service was upgraded to an express service between 1987 and 1990 and was then named the Amaravati Express ... The train coaches were hauled by a YP steam locomotive and had a slip coach from Vasco da Gama to Guntur ...
Soonchunhyang University - Transportation - Train Service
... Korail (link) operates rail service from Onyangoncheon Station (10 km Northeast of campus) and KTX high-speed rail service from CheonanAsan Station (20 km Northeast of campus) ...
Lunteren Railway Station - Train Service
... The following services currently call at Lunteren 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Amersfoort - Ede-Wageningen ...
North Devon Railway - Twentieth Century Train Service
... As a rural railway, the North Devon group originally had the light train service that was normal ... The train service in 1938 was eight trains each way daily, calling at all or most stations ... In addition there were two through trains from London Waterloo, the Atlantic Coast Express and an unnamed train ...
Train Categories In Europe - Belgium (NMBS/SNCB)
... InterCity (IC) A train connecting Belgium's major cities ... These trains stop at the most important stations only, sometimes crossing national borders as well ... InterRegio (IR) A train connecting Belgium's major cities with smaller cities ...

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