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Jul 31 2010 (13:18)  
 

amjb   3 blog posts
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Descends: 181m
Climbs: 1m
what above means? please

  
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Jul 31 2010 (13:25)
Sanjay Soni   2850 blog posts   1256 correct pred (64% accurate)
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समुद्र ki सतह से ऊँचाई aur नीचाई

  
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Jul 31 2010 (13:28)
amjb   3 blog posts
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english please

  
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Jul 31 2010 (13:38)
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I think it is just the difference in heights of the source and destination stations. if a train goes from station a 1m altitude to station b 50 m altitude, then it has climbed 50-1=49m

  
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Jul 31 2010 (13:55)
amjb   3 blog posts
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ok thanks

  
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Aug 01 2010 (05:36)
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It is height from MSL - Mean Sea Level. Earth level at MSL is taken as Zero. Generally speaking trains climbing from MSL to upward direction, MSL increase. It may be more or less as the train enters plains, mountauns, thar etc.
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