In our country India, lakhs of people travel by train every day. There will hardly be any cheaper and better way to go from one place to another. You too must have traveled by train many times, but there will be many such symbols made on the train which you would never have paid attention to. We didn’t even know their meaning. In such a situation, today we are going to give you a similar information related to the train, about which you may not have known till now.
You must have seen the train many times at the railway station. On some special coaches of the train, you must have seen that a design is made on them with slanting lines of yellow and white colors. Do you know why this design is made on certain coaches of the train? If not, then today we tell you the very special reason why this design was made.
What does they identify?
Actually, some bogies of the train have yellow or white diagonal lines drawn, which mainly stay just above the toilet. Most of these lines are considered to be a design made on top of the passenger train. However, in reality it is a kind of signal. Let us tell you that these lines show the general bogie of the train, in which passengers without reservation travel. Although the general category is written above the general bogie, but if you are not able to read it for some reason, then by looking at these lines, you can understand that they are the general coach of the train. In such a situation, with the help of these lines, you can find out the difference between reserved and unreserved bogies.
General bogie has three doors
Apart from this, do you know that in another case also the general coach of the train is different from the rest of the other coaches? If not, then let us tell you about it today.
Actually, the general bogie does not have 2 doors like the rest of the coaches, but they have 3 gates. In addition to the front and rear gates of the general bogie, there is also a gate in the middle. This third gate is made for the convenience of the passengers. Because more passengers travel in the general bogie, due to the presence of three doors, passengers can easily get down at their station.