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  • Canadian (train)


    The Canadian () is a transcontinental passenger train operated by Via Rail Canada with service between Union Station in Toronto, Ontario, and Pacific Central Station in Vancouver, British Columbia. Before 1955 the Canadian was a Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) train between Toronto and Chicago. In 1955, CPR renamed its transcontinental route between Montreal/Toronto and Vancouver the Canadian, with new streamlined trains. Via Rail took over in 1978, and in 1990 reduced the Canadian to Toronto–Vancouver service primarily along Canadian National tracks.

  • Quetta railway station


    Quetta railway station (, Balochi: کوئٹہ اسٹیشن) is the main railway station of Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan and serves as a major station on the Rohri-Chaman Railway Line and the eastern terminus of the Quetta-Taftan Railway Line.

  • Samjhauta Express


    Lahore Central Station, the Pakistani terminus of the train Amritsar Railway Station, one of the stations of the train in India Delhi Jn station, the terminus in India The Samjhauta Express (, Punjabi language: ਸਮਝੌਤਾ ਐਕਸਪ੍ਰੈਸ, ) commonly called the Friend Express, is a bi-weekly trainWednesday and Sunday runs between Delhi and Attari in India and Lahore in Pakistan. The word Samjhauta means "agreement", "accord" and "compromise" in both Hindi and Urdu. Until the reopening of the Thar Express, this was the only rail connection between the two countries. The train was started on 22 July 1976 following the Shimla Agreement and ran between Amritsar and Lahore, a distance of about 42 km. Following disturbances in Punjab in the late eighties, due to security reasons Indian Railways decided to terminate the service at Attari, where customs and immigration clearances take place. On 14 April 2000, in an agreement between Indian Railways and Pakistan Railways (PR), the distance was revised to cover just under three km. It was a daily train when the service started, and changed to a bi-weekly schedule in 1994.

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