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What is a Diamond Crossing?  
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Jul 30 2011 (17:27)
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S K Jain*^~
What is a Diamond Crossing?

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Jul 30 2011 (17:22)
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S K Jain*^~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:27)
And here it comes with Diamond crossing.

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Jul 31 2011 (10:43)
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S K Jain*^~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 31 2011 (10:47)
Vivek ji,
I have learnt that on the outskirts of the Old Delhi Railway Station Diamonds are there. A double diamond is there where tracks from NDLS and Punjab cross each other. Further two diamonds after some distance and one more again one more diamond after some distance is there and hence at a single place (not exactly) there are five.
Thanks for the interest shown which would amuse some other colleagues too.
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more image will be attached with next blog.

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Jun 19 2011 (09:41)
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Pp*^~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:27)
Its called Diamond Crossing.

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Jun 19 2011 (10:08)
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Hemant Chandra   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:28)
check this links which will give us clear video of diamond crossing .
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Apr 20 2011 (21:35)
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wwwfriends2supportorg~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:29)

for Me first heard about the Diamond Crossing. i just Googled and find a Double Diamond Crossing. some one posted it in IRFCA

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Jan 07 2011 (18:40)
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S K Jain*^~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:29)
Technically it is called Diamond crossing.

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Jan 07 2011 (19:08)
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S K Jain*^~   Added by: S K Jain*^~  Jul 30 2011 (17:30)
Dhanbad, Bhusaval, Indore may be included.
Ratlam was there but after removal of MG from Neemach side, that may not be functional now.
A good photo of Chicago Diamond crossing is on the left side, please.
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