World’s highest railway line coming up from Bilaspur to Leh Via Kullu Manali
India will be the world’s tallest railway line, within the tunnel will be the railway station; This railway line will reach China!
First phase survey for Bilaspur-Manali-Leh rail line complete
For the first time in the country, the railway station will be built. In order to reach the neighboring China border, Indian Railways has planned to lay the railway line between New Delhi and Ladakh region.
This railway station will be within the 30 km tunnel at a height of 3,000 km from the sea level near the China border in Himachal Pradesh on the important Bilaspur-Manali-Leh rail line in terms of safety.
Many stations in the metro rail project in Delhi and other metro cities are already inside the tunnel but in the main railway line,
Keylong will be the first railway station in the country to be built inside the tunnel. The survey of the first phase has been completed for this railway line.
– The Chief Engineer Construction of Northern Railway, DR Gupta said that in the survey, the station formed in the tunnel was identified.
Apart from this, there will be many other stations in the tunnel on this railway route. The situation will be clear in the next phase of this survey.
26 km north of Manali is the administrative center of Kelong, Lahaul and Spiti district. The Indo-Tibet border is 120 km away from here.
General Manager of Northern Railway Vishva Chaube said that on this railway line, 74 tunnels, 124 big bridges, and 396 small bridges will be built. There will be 30 stations on this line. This will reduce the distance of Delhi from the current 40 hours to just 20 hours.
World’s highest railway line in India
The height of this railway line will be 5,360 meters above sea level. At present, the height of the tracks stretched to Tibet in China is the highest.
It is at an altitude of 2,000 meters above sea level. The construction of this line of 465 km will cost about 83,360 crore rupees.
Railway has set a target to complete this project by 2022. But to make this railway line, Indian Railways needs state-of-the-art technology.