TRAINS WORLD

The 18th century’s first steam rail engine an invention of George Stephenson has undergone many miles of innovation to reach the level of what is today.

The train journey is one of most pleasurable journey, yet sometimes thrilling which will always leave pages of memory behind. So I have republished some of  great train pics from the net.

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Interiors and facilities

We are now noticing the enhanced hospitality in the railway tourism and the fastest ever trains between the metro cities, luxury cabs with all five star accommodation, pleasing staff available for our requirements round the clock and railways are becoming a part of the latest electronic developments like internet mobiles and other techniques. It is really a revolution.

Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India
Interiors and facilities of a luxury train operated in South India

Safety

It is great to see all the developments from way back to 18th century's steam engine and ordinary facilities and todays bullet trains and aristocratic star rated and custom made facilities. We are so lucky for that and so proud to have all these.

Perhaps, the big question is about the safety. When we question on the safety, few things will come in to the picture. Track safety, accident free, terror free and also we should notify the luggage lifting. In few countries external elements enter in to the train and robe the passengers and with out their notice lift the luggage also.

Though the government bodies are taking all the precautionary steps but still we should more careful during these journeys.


Safety of Trains

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This dead end is deadly for the passengers
This dead end is deadly for the passengers
This dead end is deadly for the passengers

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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida

This is one train ride on which you you pray the motorman stays awake. Beautiful photos.


soumyasrajan 6 years ago from Mumbai India and often in USA

Nice pictures - curious which place was that dead end train journey? Nice one really!


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theindianblues 6 years ago from Some where on the Globe Author

Thank you both drbj and soumyasrajan for stopping by and leaving wonderful comments. Places are unknown to me as well!


N V S Sharma 6 years ago

Hi Blues, great hub! Could you provide the places of those trains in the first slot? Good work done and thanks for sharing.


N V S Sharma 6 years ago

Hi Blues, great hub! Could you provide the places of those trains in the first slot? Good work done and thanks for sharing.


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theindianblues 6 years ago from Some where on the Globe Author

Thank you Sharmaji for your support.


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ruperi 6 years ago from India

I do like to see trains from other coutries too, can you make hub on the same.


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theindianblues 6 years ago from Some where on the Globe Author

Hi ruperi, thanks for spending time with the hub and putting efforts on this message. As you requested, I will make sure to post some trains from other countries also. Please bear with me for some time.


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Bed Bug 4 years ago

Great railway pictures particularly the one with dead lock end is thrilling. You could post some bullet range of trains as well. Thanks for sharing the good stuff.


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Cheeky Girl 4 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

These are cool photos! You have great taste in Photowork!

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