Indian Railways: Indian Railways, the world’s fourth-largest, has a history as impressive as that of any other railway in the world. In the Indian Railways, each of the many coaches has its own unique color scheme and pattern decoration.
Indian Railways: There are many different ways to get around India, but one of the most popular is on the Indian Railways. Indian Railways, the world’s fourth-largest, has a history as impressive as that of any other railway in the world. There are many things that set Indian Railways apart, but the wide array of train coaches in dazzling hues and patterns stands out even among these. In the Indian Railways, each of the many coaches has its own unique color scheme and pattern decoration. Help us decipher the hidden messages in the designs on Shatabdi, Rajdhani, Vande Bharat, and other train cars!
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Most passenger train cars are blue and fall under ICF, just like the mail and express cars on trains like the Shatabdi Express. These basic coaches date back to the beginnings of India’s manufacturing industry after it gained independence. The plans for these trains were developed at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Perambur, which is close to Chennai. Air brakes are used by these coaches, which can reach speeds of up to 87 miles per hour (140 kilometers per hour). All ICF Sleeper Class, AC First Class, AC Three Tier Sleeper, AC 2 Tier Sleeper, AC Chair Car, and Non-Class Chair Car coaches have been painted a standard blue color.
Meanwhile, the railways have adopted LHB Linke-Hofmann-Busch-style train coaches. ICF coaches are a darker shade, so these ones are lighter to signify their superior speed. Several new train services, including the LHB Rajdhani Express, LHB Shatabdi Express, LHB Tejas Express, LHB Double Decker, LHB Humsafar, and LHB Gatimaan, have been introduced with LHB coaches by Indian Railways.
LHB Rajdhani Express trains are red-colored trains by default and are operated to connect the national capital with the states across the country.
The LHB Shatabdi’s exterior is a mixture of light blue and grey. The LBH Shatabdi is among the quickest trains for short to medium distances.
The Tejas Express is a modern yellow and orange full AC train with a semi-high speed. The coaches on this express train look like LHB chair cars, but the doors are automatic and there is CCTV in operation.
LHB Double Decker
These are the most interesting trains, with their bright yellow and orange decorations. Rather than having sleeper cars, the LHB double-decker trains only have seating so they can travel shorter distances.
Duronto series trains are used for long distances and have distinctive yellow-green vinyl wrapping instead of paint.
The LHB Humsafar trains, along with the Duronto Express trains, are among the most luxurious options, equipped with things like coffee and tea vending machines, air conditioning, and even a separate sleeping car. It’s a three-level, air-conditioned train with a blue base and orange and green upper levels.
All seats on Indian Railways’ Antyodaya Express trains are open seating. These bright red and yellow trains have LHB coaches outfitted with all the latest conveniences.
The high-speed Gatimaan Express is the newest train in the Indian Railways’ fleet. Yellow stripes run along the bottom of the blue and grey coaches.
The train comes with ultra-modern amenities with LED lights and bio-toilets in purple color.
Vande Bharat Express Train
The Vande Bharat Express, or Train No. 18. Indian Railways operates this EMU train, which travels between cities at a semi-high speed, along two major routes. Both originate in New Delhi, but one travels to the holy city of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra, and the other travels to the holy city of Varanasi (BSB).