What is Railway Gauge?

The gap left on both sides and above the railway is called gauge so that the vehicles that pull and pull on the railway can pass freely. These are the dimensions created to determine the largest possible building frame of both towing and towing vehicles, as well as the location of obstacles and especially art structures (bridge, culvert, splitting, slope, spelling) according to the road. and the measurement is taken by considering the extreme points vertically. The measurements taken are measured by a fixed gauge facility with tunnel and bridge gauge measurements. If the pulled and pulled vehicle and the horizontally and vertically extreme points of the item in the pulled vehicle exceed the gauge of the gauges, there is an overflow flood. For details Click here...

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