Future is Here: 6 Stunning Features of New “Make In India” Railway Coaches


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"Make In India" railway coaches
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Soon you may get a chance to travel in a more luxurious and well furnished railway couches in your next train journey.

First test run of the model rake of ‘Make in India’ railway coaches was successfully completed between Bhopal and Bina railway stations last week. The couches were designed in Bhopal’s coach rehabilitation workshop (CRWS) at Nishatpura.

Check out the Make In India coaches which will be deployed soon by the Indian Railway.

Spacious, Wider Side Berth & Jerk-less Seats

The birth also equipped with fancy snack table to make your lunch and dinner more comfortable.

Make in India Coaches | Awesome India
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More Safety for the Middle Birth holders

The middle birth holders can now enjoy more safety as the middle birth chains will be replaced with railings and also have side supports.

Rail Middle Birth | Awesome India
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Painted Floors like Carpet

The floors of the railway coaches will be painted like carpet.

tain floors | Awesome India
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Multiple Mobile Charging Points and LED Lights

Every compartment will be equipped with multiple mobile & laptop charging points and separate LED reading lights.

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Image Source: allindiaroundup.com

Fire Extinguishers

Railway is putting extra security features in railway coaches. They have planned to install two fire Extinguishers to the both side of the coaches.

Image Source: thebetterindia.com
Image Source: thebetterindia.com

Bio Toilet

Soon, all the passenger coaches will have bio toilet attached with them to complete the ‘Swachh Rail-Swachh Bharat’ mission.

Bio Toilet | Awesome India
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