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Blog Entry# 1614691  
Posted: Oct 12 2015 (11:35)

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Last Response: Oct 14 2015 (23:11)
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Oct 12 2015 (11:35)   GCT/Ghazipur City (3 PFs)

RAIlway   161 blog posts
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Gazipur me banega Washing Pit... Tender nikal gya... click here

2 posts - Mon Oct 12, 2015

7 posts - Tue Oct 13, 2015

Oct 14 2015 (18:43)
Prakhar*^~   4314 blog posts   414 correct pred (81% accurate)
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okay. but still not satisfied with GCY pit line.
ARJ n JNU bhi tha.

Oct 14 2015 (18:47)
Guest: 7fc79877   show all posts
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ARJ has less space compared to GCT.

Oct 14 2015 (21:37)
Vinay Kumar~   15591 blog posts   360 correct pred (78% accurate)
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Dnt take my reply as any justification for GCT..it was just to showcase stations which may or already serve as second option for train extension for maintenance!!

Oct 14 2015 (22:08)
Prakhar*^~   4314 blog posts   414 correct pred (81% accurate)
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Dan its fine. :-)

Oct 14 2015 (23:11)
VIVEK SINGH~   1396 blog posts   744 correct pred (67% accurate)
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Actually both MUV and BCY have the space for constructing 2 new pf's and 2/3 washing lines, but not more than that. However as per the news items posted under BSB, they are planning for 7-8 pf's at MUV as well as BCY, this leaves very less space for constructing the yard. This may be one of the reasons for the Washing line at GCT, though not very surely.
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