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GVN/Godavari (2 PFs)
గోదావరి     गोदावरी

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 26
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Havelock Bridge, Rajahmundry
State: Andhra Pradesh
Elevation: 33 m above sea level
Zone: SCR/South Central
Division: Vijayawada
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Aug 05 2015 (14:45)  Approval granted for new line in Godavari arch bridge (www.eenadu.net)
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Aug 05 2015 (2:45PM)
Station Tag: Godavari/GVN added by sumanth/1320283

Posted by: Koilakuntla in IR~  49 news posts
Approval granted for new line in Godavari arch bridge,confirmed by BZA DRM

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Aug 05 2015 (14:46)
Koilakuntla in IR~   7868 blog posts   7 correct pred (64% accurate)
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May again change the Godavari statin location or design

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Aug 05 2015 (14:48)
SRG*^~   35624 blog posts   172510 correct pred (76% accurate)
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Guess today there was news that they are checking the Pillar strengths there was some tech issue in 11 No pillar & have controlled the speed of the trains.

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Aug 05 2015 (14:49)
Koilakuntla in IR~   7868 blog posts   7 correct pred (64% accurate)
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Even that news also mentioned in the same article,as i am poor in translating telugu to english could not write and on the technical issue already news article posted

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Aug 05 2015 (14:50)
SRG*^~   35624 blog posts   172510 correct pred (76% accurate)
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Hmm saw the news clipping its 19th number pillar hangers seems to have got a damaged a bit..

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Aug 05 2015 (14:51)
Koilakuntla in IR~   7868 blog posts   7 correct pred (64% accurate)
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will be rectified in a day or twice nothing to be worried except some minor delays due to TSR

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Aug 05 2015 (14:52)
SRG*^~   35624 blog posts   172510 correct pred (76% accurate)
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This arch bridge was first designed to hold Up & Down tracks...Now have to see how they will develop it.

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Aug 05 2015 (14:54)
Koilakuntla in IR~   7868 blog posts   7 correct pred (64% accurate)
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But i heard from murthy that id the track on bridge is doubled it will effect godavari Pf 1,that need to be demolished and new pf to be constructed
heard place is also a constrains

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Aug 05 2015 (19:04)
Tabbys star and the Alien outpost~   2566 blog posts
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Complete demolition is not necessary. Only shortening on the bridge side and extension on the RJY side will be sufficient. During the construction of the bridge, some place was left on the bridge side of PF1 for an approach to the bridge for a second line. If the PF on that end is shortened by a small length, then the new line can curve into PF1 while the current PF2 line can serve as the PF for the existing line on the bridge.
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