Railway station - transport engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Railway Station:

Types of Stations

There are the following types of stations:

(a) Terminal stations, Howrah station in Kolkata and Mumbai Central being good examples.

(b) Junction stations, Mathura junction being a good example.

(c) Wayside stations, where trains stop and cross

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