SER builds to the sea

INDIA’s South Eastern Railway has started construction of an 87 km single-track electrified branch to serve the seaside resort of Digha in southern Bengal. Proposed in 1984, the line was delayed by land acquisition problems. The first girders for a 500m bridge over the river Haldi were launched in August, ...

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