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    Pakistan Railway Journey Peshawar To Rawalpindi

    December 13, 2019


    in this video Peshawar to Rawalpindi complete train route journey. Peshawar is the capital of the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It also serves as the administrative center and economic hub for the Federally Administered Tribal Areas. near the eastern end of the historic Khyber pass there are many historical places to visit
    in Peshawar are Bala Hissar fort, Qissa Khani bazar, old city gates, Raj Kapoor Haveli,
    Masjid Mohabat Khan and more but Our video is about Peshawar to Rawalpindi train route Journey The Mohabat Khan Mosque is named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar, Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan, known as Mahabat Khan and Ali Mardan Khan, who served under Emperors Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb. The Mosque was built between 1660 and 1670 on what was the highest point in the old city. The minarets of the Mohabbat Khan Mosque were frequently used in Sikh times for hanging prisoners, as a substitute for the gallows. Following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, refugee tribal elders would congregate in the mosque in order to forge unity amongst Afghans against the Soviets. Peshawar Cantt railway station to Rawalpindi junction distance is almost 180 Km. 14 DN Awam Express is ready to Go Karachi but our journey till Rawalpindi. The video is created for whom never been Khyber
    . Pakhton khah, or on This train route Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa formerly the North- West Frontier Province, or NWFP, runs for over 1,100 kilometers along the border with Afghanistan. Peshawar is the capital, and the heart of
    the province is the fertile Vale of Peshawar, which is watered by the Kabul and Swat rivers. Area is almost 74,521 sq km, Population 30.52 Million. Kabul River rises in the Sanglakh Range in Afghanistan, separated from the watershed of the Helmand by the Unai Pass. It is the main river in the eastern part of Afghanistan. It flows 700 km before joining the Indus River
    near Attock. It passes through the cities of Kabul, Chaharbagh,
    Jalalabad, and (flowing into Pakistan some 30 km north of the Khyber Pass) Nowshera. The major tributaries of the Kabul River are
    the Logar, Panjshir, Kunar and Alingar and Bara Rivers Khair Abad Kund is the name of a small town,
    which is located between River Indus and River Kabul. Govt. has constructed a recreational park
    on this spot. The park is known as Kund Park. It is situated on the place, where Attock
    (Punjab) ends and Khyber Pakhtonkhaw starts. There is a small zoo inside the Kund Park Attock Fort was built at Attock Khurd during
    the reign of Akbar the Great from 1581 to 1583 under the supervision of Khawaja Shamsuddin
    Khawafi to protect the passage of the River Indus The Indus River is one of the longest rivers in Asia. Originating in the Tibetan Plateau (China)
    in the vicinity of Lake Mansarovar, the river runs a course through the Ladakh region of
    Jammu and Kashmir (India), towards Gilgit-Baltistan and then flows in a southerly direction along
    the entire length of Pakistan to merge into the Arabian Sea near the port city of Karachi
    in Sindh. It is the longest river and national river
    of Pakistan. Attock Bridge is situated between Attock Khurd and Khairabad Kund on Indus river. It is commonly known as “Old Attock Bridge”. This bridge is one of the most important strategic and commercial crossing on the Indus River between Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces, hence was heavily fortified. It was originally designed by Sir Guildford
    Molesworth and was opened to traffic on 24 May 1883 Afghans in Pakistan primarily constitute refugees
    who have fled wars in Afghanistan, but there are small numbers of Afghan asylum seekers,
    migrant workers, merchants, businesspeople, exchange students and diplomats.Most were
    born and raised in Pakistan and are under age 30, but are still considered citizens
    of Afghanistan.They are under the protection of the United Nations High Commissioner for
    Refugees and have been given legal status in Pakistan until the end of 2017

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    Sweden. Inland Railway: ULRIKSFORS – VILHELMINA (1997) Train Driver’s Cab View from Y1 1360

    December 13, 2019


    ULRIKSFORS (Uf) To the left: The line to Strömsund. Some parts of this journey will go in silence. The reason for that is conversations that I don’t want to publish. Lövberga (Löb) A small part including driving over a reindeer has been cut. Change of batteries. The River: Flåsjöälven. The River: Tåsjöälven. Hoting campingplats (Hcp) HOTING (Htg) To the right: The line to Forsmo. The River: Rörströmsälven. Kilvamma (Kiv) Dorotea campingplats Dtc DOROTEA (Dta) Dorotea emballagespår (Dte) Storbergets industrispår (Sti) Saxvattnet (Sx) Change of batteries. Granberget (Ggt) Meselefors campingplats (Mcp) The River: Ångermanälven. MESELEFORS (Mlf) Volgsjöfors (Vgf) Change of batteries. VILHELMINA (Vma) Vilhelmina timmer (Vmat) I hope you have had a pleasant journey! Thank you for watching!

    Railway Journey Multan To Kot Addu  Layyah 2019
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    Railway Journey Multan To Kot Addu Layyah 2019

    December 11, 2019


    Traveling Pakistan by Train, in this video, Railway journey from Multan to Layyah. my journey on Thal Mianwali Express. It is restored after 7 Years. Thal express runs between Multan and Rawalpindi, Ac Standard and Economy Class Coaches. Multan to Rawalpindi almost 570 Km. The Fare is 600 Rupees in Economy class and 1280 Rupees for Ac Lower Standard. It departs Daily at 07:00 Am from Multan Cant Railway Station. The Train takes 11 hours to reach Rawalpindi, It is fast Train than Mehr express because of 9 stops. This is the first part of my Journey on Thal Express Entire journey in Punjab.

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    S. Korean researchers develop method of powering trains wirelessly

    December 10, 2019


    South Korean researchers have recently
    developed a way to run train so more or less electricity now this method would
    use only 30% of the energy trains need currently and could be applied to
    Korea’s high-speed trains as soon as in 2022 our joseon reports wireless
    charging technology has changed the way we use our electronic gadgets now it’s
    found its way into transportation thanks to researchers at the Korea railroad
    Research Institute who succeeded in applying the technology to trains the
    developers have built wire free electromagnetic rails and trains that
    run on them have devices that automatically collect and harness the
    energy the devices use batteries that deliver the electricity needed to propel
    the train forward and they store any power left over using this method the
    developers were able to operate the Train at a maximum speed of 50
    kilometers per hour plus it only uses 30 percent of the energy needed by existing
    trains the train takes energy from the rails when leaving a station saving its
    battery power in those intervals so there’s no power leakages when the train
    stops the power doesn’t run out even though it makes the whole trip it also
    costs less to install the technology since it doesn’t need wires or other
    infrastructure developers say if applied to Subway’s it could reduce tunnel costs
    by 5% we could drastically cut down the cost of building tunnels for the subway
    since we wouldn’t need any wires this technology will take the railroad
    business to another level researchers will continue polishing the technology
    before applying it to high-speed trains including the KTX starting in 2022 total
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    Jhelum Railway 🚈 Station, Punjab – Pakistan (4K video)

    December 9, 2019


    Green Line Express is a passenger train operated daily by Pakistan Railways between Karachi and Islamabad. Me teasing my cousin: Why are you surprised that the train is delayed? We expected to reach Lahore at 5:30pm but it looks as if we will not reach before 7:30pm. Oh that does not look good for us. Whenever the train arrives you make fresh pakora and samosas? – It’s always a challenge to make it on time! At least you do your best. – Yes, that is all we can do, work hard to make it on time. How long does the train (Awami Express) stop at Jhelum station? – Just 1 minute my friend.