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BNBR/Bahanaga Bazar (3 PFs)
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Station Road, Nakatiagang,Asmila, Distt- Balasore
State: Odisha

Elevation: 19 m above sea level
Zone: SER/South Eastern   Division: Kharagpur

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Apr 19 2018 (21:42) Mishap averted after guard detects crack on Odisha rail track (
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Apr 19 2018 (21:42)
Station Tag: Bahanaga Bazar/BNBR added by a2z~/1674352

Apr 19 2018 (21:42)
Train Tag: Kharagpur - Khurda Road Fast Passenger/58005 added by a2z~/1674352
A possible train mishap was averted today after an alert guard detected a crack on the railway track near Bahanaga station in Odisha’s Balasore district. The crack between Soro and Bahanaga stations under South Eastern Railway was detected by the guard of 58005 Kharagpur-Khurda Road fast passenger train, said Station Master of Bahanaga Railway Station, Rabi Narayan Behera.
The matter was reported to the authorities at the railway station and repair works were immediately undertaken, he said. All trains on the affected track was halted and the crack was repaired within a very short time, Behera said, adding, normal train services have already resumed.
development comes five days after six coal-laden wagons of a goods train travelled for 2 km without an engine between Khantapada and Bahanaga stations in Balasore district on the night of April 14.
Earlier this month, 22 coaches of Ahmedabad-Puri Express with hundreds of passengers on board ran 13 km without the engine from Titlagarh in Balangir district to Kesinga in Kalahandi district.
Apr 15 2018 (15:33) Six wagons of goods train travel without engine (
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Apr 15 2018 (15:37)
Station Tag: Khantapara/KHF added by 16229🔹Mysuru↔️Varanasi Express🔹16230^~/36147

Apr 15 2018 (15:36)
Station Tag: Bahanaga Bazar/BNBR added by 16229🔹Mysuru↔️Varanasi Express🔹16230^~/36147
Stations:  Bahanaga Bazar/BNBR   Khantapara/KHF  
Six coal-laden wagons of a goods train travelled for 2 km without an engine here, an incident which comes a week after an express train in Titlagarh travelled for 10 kilometres without an engine.
The incident occurred when six wagons of a goods train from Dhamara to Jamshedpur got detached from the rest of the train and travelled about 2 km, without an engine, between Khantapada and Bahanaga stations yesterday night, a railway official said.
However, a mishap was averted and nobody was hurt as the incident was detected immediately and the railway
officials acted quickly, he said.
"The last six wagons got detached from the train due to snapping of coupling and some mechanical fault which was immediately resolved," the Station Manager of Balasore Railway Station, Bhagabat Das, said.
As a precautionary measure, movement of trains on the tracks was conrolled for around two hours.
An engine was sent to Bahanaga railway station to bring the detached wagons and attach them to the train before it proceeded to its destination, said Das.
The incident happened a week after 22 coaches of the Ahmedabad-Puri Express train with hundreds of passengers on board travelled for 13 km without an engine from Titlagarh in Balangir district to Kesinga in Kalahandi district on April 7 night.

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