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51. In the world Indian Railways is........... number under a single management.

52. In the world longest rails being used is

53. In urban and suburban stations with heavy traffic, the type of signals preferred are

54. Indian Railways are provided with.................of track with steel sleepers.

55. Indian Railways has been divided into

56. Life of steel sleepers is

57. Maximum degree of curve permitted in Indian Railways in broad gauge is

58. Maximum degree of curve permitted in Indian railways on metre gauge is

59. Maximum station yard gradient allowed is

60. Maximum superelevation on broad gauge, if velocity permitted is 100 kmph is

61. Minimum depth of ballast prescribed for BG routes is

62. Minimum station yard gradient to be provided is

63. Minimum width of platform specified is

64. Monoblock concrete sleepers have.................cross section.

65. Narrow gauge is adopted where

66. Non-corrosive material applied to rails consist of

67. On black cotton soil.................is used as a blanket before regular ballast is provided.

68. On broad gauge a sleeper density of M + 4 means, the number of sleepers to be used per kilometre length is

69. On curves grade compensation provided in broad gauge is

70. On double line BG routes ballast required per kilometre length is

71. On Indian Railways fish plates are connected to the rails by.................number of fish bolts.

72. On metre gauge in A-class block station outer signal is provided at a distance.................from station.

73. On soft formation ballast material preferred is

74. Pick up correct statement about bearing plates.

75. Pusher gradient provided in Ghat section between Poona and Mumbai is

76. Recommended value of heel clearance on broad gauge is

77. Requirements of a good sleeper is

78. Ruling gradient in Indian Railways on hilly areas is

79. Side slopes for embankments is usually

80. Size of broken stone ballast used for flat bottom sleepers is

81. Sleeper density is M+ 5 in broad gauge route means number of sleepers supporting a rail length is

82. Standard gauge is.................wide.

83. Standard size of wooden sleeper on broad gauge is

84. The adjustment of rails is usually required when creep exceeds

85. The ballast material that may cause excessive wear of rail is

86. The best wood for sleeper is

87. The composite sleeper index determines the suitability of

88. The composite sleeper index is the index of

89. The desirable gradient in a station yard is

90. The device used to move wagons sideway from one track to another track is

91. The ends of rail getting bent down due to wheel load is known as

92. The first railway train of the world rolled in the year

93. The first train in India was run between

94. The first train in India was run in the year

95. The height of goods platform above top of rails should be

96. The height of platform above the rails in narrow gauge station should be

97. The height of the centre of arm of a semaphore signal above the ground is

98. The joint generally used in Indian Railways is

99. The joint that cause greater incidence of rail end batter is

100. The joint that requires more maintenance is

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