Trains and terrains

The vigilance of senior Parsi engineers helped the Indian Railways operate smoothly over land, hills and water

From rebuilding tunnels that had collapsed on mountainous terrains, to maintaining and inspecting bridges across rivers, to building stations, Parsi engineers and architects had played a significantly constructive role in the Indian Railways. Some of them had been selected for further training in London by their British employers and on their return to India lent their expertise to the expanding rail network.  Featuring those who had served on the senior echelons of the Railways over two instalments in Parsiana, the October 21-November 6 issue covered those who were in the administrative sector (see "Lineup of legends”) and the current issue......

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