Prabhu flags off train with see-through Vistadome coach along Vizag-Araku
The Railways on Sunday introduced a see-through Vistadome coach on its Visakhapatnam-Kirandul passenger train. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
The Railways on Sunday introduced a see-through Vistadome coach on its Visakhapatnam-Kirandul passenger train. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu flagged-off the train through a video link from Bhubaneswar. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu flagged-off the train through a video link from Bhubaneswar. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
The specially-designed Vistadome air-conditioned coach, claimed to be a first-of-its-kind on Indian Railways, has large glass windows. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
The specially-designed Vistadome air-conditioned coach, claimed to be a first-of-its-kind on Indian Railways, has large glass windows. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
It also has an observation lounge that offer passengers a panoramic view of the sites along the 128-km rail route from Visakhapatnam to Araku valley hill station. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
It also has an observation lounge that offer passengers a panoramic view of the sites along the 128-km rail route from Visakhapatnam to Araku valley hill station. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
A unique feature of this INR 3.38 crore 40-seat coach is the double-wide reclining passenger seats that could be rotated 360 degrees for a better sightseeing experience. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
A unique feature of this INR 3.38 crore 40-seat coach is the double-wide reclining passenger seats that could be rotated 360 degrees for a better sightseeing experience. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
The tourists can now sit relaxed in their seats and get a clear view of the breath-taking Anantagiri ghat section, Lambasingi, Borra caves and the tunnels along the route. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)
The tourists can now sit relaxed in their seats and get a clear view of the breath-taking Anantagiri ghat section, Lambasingi, Borra caves and the tunnels along the route. (Photo: Suresh Prabhu/Twitter)