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Indian Railways builds dismantled bridge in just 7 hours


Indian Railways builds dismantled bridge in just 7 hours

Moradabad (Uttar Pradesh), Jan 06 (ANI): The Northern Railways constructed an old and dismantled railway bridge at the Bundki Station on the Nazibabad-Moradabad route in just seven hours. "The old bridge between Nazibabad-Moradabad stations was dismantled, and the debris was removed," said general manager of the Northern Railways, V Choubey.

Trains started plying immediately. It was done within seven hours.

The bridge was said to be more than 100 years old. Choubey added if the construction was done with the normal method, it would have taken a minimum of three months.

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