Pakistan’s longest freight train with 2,500 feet length rolled out


KARACHI – Pakistan Rail routes has sent off the longest cargo train of its set of experiences, which is viewed as a critical achievement in transport area of the country. The train, which involves 50 mentors with length of more than 2,500 feet, effectively finished its preliminary attempt. It was worked by the strong GE u40 train motor, a representative of the rail routes told media. The train began his excursion from southern port city of Karachi with 3,000 tons of burden and arrived at Kotri. It hit the most extreme speed of 60 kilometer each hour while the typical speed was recorded at 30km/hour.

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