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History Of Tower Bridge London Construction,Design and Pictures


Tower Bridge London is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London which crosses the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, from which it takes its name, and has become an iconic symbol of London.


This bridge was built in almost in 8 years 1886–1894 The bridge consists of two towers tied together at the upper level by means of two horizontal walkways, designed to withstand the horizontal forces exerted by the suspended sections of the bridge on the landward sides of the towers. The vertical component of the forces in the suspended sections and the vertical reactions of the two walkways are carried by the two robust towers. The bascule pivots and operating machinery are housed in the base of each tower. The bridge’s present colour scheme dates from 1977, when it was painted red, white and blue for Queen Elizabeth II’s silver jubilee. Originally it was painted a mid greenish-blue colour.

The nearest London Underground station is Tower Hill on the Circle and District lines, and the nearest Docklands Light Railway station is Tower Gateway.


Contrary to popular belief, the song “London Bridge Is Falling Down” has nothing to do with Tower Bridge, instead referring to the collapses of other various London Bridges.

Dimensions Of Tower Bridge:


History Of Tower Bridge:

In the second half of the 19th century, increased commercial development in the East End of London led to a requirement for a new river crossing downstream of London Bridge. A traditional fixed bridge could not be built because it would cut off access by tall-masted ships to the port facilities in the Pool of London, between London Bridge and the Tower of London.

Special Bridge or Subway Committee was formed in 1877, chaired by Sir Albert Joseph Altman, to find a solution to the river crossing problem. It opened the design of the crossing to public competition. Over 50 designs were submitted, including one from civil engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette. The evaluation of the designs was surrounded by controversy, and it was not until 1884 that a design submitted by Sir Horace Jones, the City Architect (who was also one of the judges), was approved.

Jones’ engineer, Sir John Wolfe Barry, devised the idea of a bascule bridge with two towers built on piers. The central span was split into two equal bascules or leaves, which could be raised to allow river traffic to pass. The two side-spans were suspension bridges, with the suspension rods anchored both at the abutments and through rods contained within the bridge’s upper walkways.

Construction Of Tower Bridge:


Construction started in 1886 and took eight years with five major contractors – Sir John Jackson (foundations), Baron Armstrong (hydraulics), William Webster, Sir H.H. Bartlett, and Sir William Arrol & Co. – and employed 432 construction workers.

E W Crutwell was the resident engineer for the construction.

Two massive piers, containing over 70,000 tons of concrete, were sunk into the riverbed to support the construction. Over 11,000 tons of steel provided the framework for the towers and walkways.This was then clad in Cornish granite and Portland stone, both to protect the underlying steelwork and to give the bridge a pleasing appearance.

Jones died in 1887 and George D. Stevenson took over the project. Stevenson replaced Jones’s original brick façade with the more ornate VictorianGothic style, which makes the bridge a distinctive landmark, and was intended to harmonise the bridge with the nearby Tower of London. The total cost of construction was £1,184,000 (£114 million as of 2013).

Opening The Tower Bridge:

The bridge was officially opened on 30 June 1894 by The Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII), and his wife, The Princess of Wales (Alexandra of Denmark).

The bridge connected Iron Gate, on the north bank of the river, with Horselydown Lane, on the south – now known as Tower Bridge Approach and Tower Bridge Road, respectively. Until the bridge was opened, the Tower Subway – 400 m to the west – was the shortest way to cross the river from Tower Hill to Tooley Street in Southwark. Opened in 1870, Tower Subway was among the world’s earliest underground (‘tube’) railway, but closed after just three months and was re-opened as a pedestrian foot tunnel. Once Tower Bridge was open, the majority of foot traffic transferred to using the bridge, there being no toll to pay to use it. Having lost most of its income, the tunnel was closed in 1898.

Tower Bridge is one of five London bridges now owned and maintained by the Bridge House Estates, a charitable trust overseen by the City of London Corporation. It is the only one of the Trust’s bridges not to connect the City of London to the Southwark bank, the northern landfall being in Tower Hamlets.

Design Of Tower Bridge:


The bridge is 800 feet (244 m) in length with two towers each 213 feet (65 m) high, built on piers. The central span of 200 feet (61 m) between the towers is split into two equal bascules or leaves, which can be raised to an angle of 86 degrees to allow river traffic to pass. The bascules, weighing over 1,000 tons each, are counterbalanced to minimise the force required and allow raising in five minutes.

The two side-spans are suspension bridges, each 270 feet (82 m) long, with the suspension rods anchored both at the abutments and through rods contained within the bridge’s upper walkways. The pedestrian walkways are 143 feet (44 m) above the river at high tide.

Hydraulic system of Tower Bridge:

The original raising mechanism was powered by pressurised water stored in several hydraulic accumulators. The system was designed and installed by Hamilton Owen Rendel while working for Sir W. G. Armstrong Mitchell & Company of Newcastle upon Tyne. Water, at a pressure of 750 psi (5.2 MPa), was pumped into the accumulators by two 360 hp (270 kW) stationary steam engines, each driving a force pump from its piston tail rod. The accumulators each comprise a 20 inches (51 cm) ram on which sits a very heavy weight to maintain the desired pressure.

The entire hydraulic system along with the gas lighting system was installed by William Sugg & Co Ltd., the well known Westminster gas engineers. The gas lighting was initially by open flame burners within the lanterns but soon after was updated to the later incandescent system.

In 1974, the original operating mechanism was largely replaced by a new electro-hydraulic drive system, designed by BHA Cromwell House. The only components of the original system still in use are the final pinions, which engage with the racks fitted to the bascules. These are driven by modernhydraulic motors and gearing, using oil rather than water as the hydraulic fluid. Some of the original hydraulic machinery has been retained, although it is no longer in use. It is open to the public and forms the basis for the bridge’s museum, which resides in the old engine rooms on the south side of the bridge. The museum includes the steam engines, two of the accumulators and one of the hydraulic engines that moved the bascules, along with other related artefacts.

Third steam engine Of Tower Bridge:

During World War II, as a precaution against the existing engines being damaged by enemy action, a third engine was installed in 1942: a 150 hphorizontal cross-compound engine, built by Vickers Armstrong Ltd. at their Elswick works in Newcastle upon Tyne. It was fitted with a flywheel having a 9-foot (2.7 m) diameter and weighing 9 tons, and was governed to a speed of 30 rpm. The engine became redundant when the rest of the system was modernised in 1974, and was donated to the Forncett Industrial Steam Museum by the Corporation of the City of London.

Navigation control Of Tower Bridge:

To control the passage of river traffic through the bridge, a number of different rules and signals were employed. Daytime control was provided by redsemaphore signals, mounted on small control cabins on either end of both bridge piers. At night, coloured lights were used, in either direction, on both piers: two red lights to show that the bridge was closed, and two green to show that it was open. In foggy weather, a gong was sounded as well.

Vessels passing through the bridge had to display signals too: by day, a black ball at least 2 feet (0.61 m) in diameter was to be mounted high up where it could be seen; by night, two red lights in the same position. Foggy weather required repeated blasts from the ship’s steam whistle.

If a black ball was suspended from the middle of each walkway (or a red light at night) this indicated that the bridge could not be opened. These signals were repeated about 1,000 yards (910 m) downstream, at Cherry Garden Pier, where boats needing to pass through the bridge had to hoist their signals/lights and sound their horn, as appropriate, to alert the Bridge Master.

Some of the control mechanism for the signalling equipment has been preserved and may be seen working in the bridge’s museum.

Traffic On Tower Bridge:


Tower Bridge is still a busy and vital crossing of the Thames: it is crossed by over 40,000 people (motorists, cyclists and pedestrians) every day.The bridge is on the London Inner Ring Road, and is on the eastern boundary of the London congestion charge zone. (Drivers do not incur a charge by crossing the bridge.)

To maintain the integrity of the structure, the City of London Corporation has imposed a 20 miles per hour (32 km/h) speed restriction, and an 18 tonne weight limit on vehicles using the bridge. A camera system measures the speed of traffic crossing the bridge, utilising a number plate recognition system to send fixed penalty charges to speeding drivers.

A second system monitors other vehicle parameters. Induction loops and piezoelectric sensors are used to measure the weight, the height of the chassis above ground level, and the number of axles of each vehicle.


The bascules are raised around 1000 times a year. River traffic is now much reduced, but it still takes priority over road traffic. Today, 24 hours’ notice is required before opening the bridge. There is no charge for vessels.

A computer system was installed in 2000 to control the raising and lowering of the bascules remotely. It proved unreliable, resulting in the bridge being stuck in the open or closed positions on several occasions during 2005 until its sensors were replaced.

Tower Bridge On London 2012 Olympics:


The bridge featured in publicity for the 2012 Summer Olympics being held in London. In June 2012 a set of Olympic rings was suspended from the bridge to mark one month to go until the start of the games. The rings cost £259,817 to make, measured 25 by 11.5 metres (82 by 37.7 ft) and weighed 13 tonnes (14 short tons).

On 9 June 2012 an AgustaWestland AW-139 (G-OLYM) flew three times through Tower Bridge while being filmed from a second helicopter for a segment of the opening ceremony entitled Happy and Glorious.

Professional footballer David Beckham piloted a dramatically illuminated Bladerunner BR RIB35X sportsboat, carrying the female footballer Jade Bailey and the Olympic Torch at the bow, under the raised bascules of the bridge during the ceremony. As they transited the crossing, fireworks exploded from the bridge.

On 8 July 2012, the west walkway was transformed into a 200 foot long Live Music Sculpture by the British composer Samuel Bordoli. 30 classical musicians were arranged along the length of the bridge 42 meters above the Thames behind the Olympic rings. The sound traveled backwards and forwards along the walkway, echoing the structure of bridge.

The Rings were removed from Tower Bridge following the Olympics, but were soon replaced by the emblem of the Paralympic Games for the 2012 Summer Paralympics also held in London.


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Samsung to Exhibit its Products 3rd and 4th of July 2010 in Karachi

Samsung Electronics Company will provide the Pakistani consumers with a first-hand experience of its complete product line including the revolutionary 3D TV.

For this purpose, Samsung Universe Day in Karachi is open to public where the exciting display of innovative products like new phones, air cons, LED TVs and 3D TV would be demonstrated.

For the 1st time in Pakistan, this exciting display of innovative products will show demos of famous 3D picture quality on Samsung 3D TV screens at Pakistan Air Force Museum.

This event will be held on the 3rd and 4th of July 2010.

Professionals and management personnel from publications and media, along with Techies and bloggers have already expressed their interest in attending this innovative show. Participants and consumers will be able to gain vast insight on the features and technology of 3D TVs.

The General Manager Samsung Pakistan Mr. Steve Han said; “Samsung is the first company to offer a complete latest range of Samsung product especially 3D product line-up including TVs, Blue-ray player and home theater. This grand festival at the PAF Museum Karachi will amaze the consumers with the highly evolved latest technology by Samsung. In the future, we will continue to provide customers with the best-in-class 3D experiences”.

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    The festival will also feature 3 gaming zones for the consumers with a flair for gaming technology. Another highlight of the show will be a photo studio where the participants can get their pictures taken and walk away with an instant print out of their photographs.


    Samsung has Sponsored a photo Exhibition to Pakistans soft image

    Samsung has sponsored a photo exhibition of a Korean photographer Yoo-Beyl-nam at the National Art Gallery Islamabad.

    Inaugurated by the Ambassador of Republic of Korea, this exhibition aims to promote photography and project a more positive image of Pakistan. The event is also supported by the Embassy of Republic of Korea, National Council of Art, and the Ministry of Culture, Government of Pakistan.

    Samsung aims to explore the beauty of Pakistan and promote tourism by sponsoring such positive social events. The show will continue till 25th of June, where the aesthetically inspired photography work by Yoo-Beyl-nam will be displayed.

    This young photographer and traveler has assumed Pakistan as his second home and portrays the land and the people of the country beautifully. At the exhibition Mr. Yoo Beyl-nam will introduce the audience to his pictorial experiences across Pakistan.

    The General Manager Samsung Pakistan Mr. Steve Han expressed his opinion by saying; “This exhibition will help in promoting the landscape, culture and warmth of the people of Pakistan. Besides that, it also reflects the ties between the people of Korea and Pakistan. Samsung seeks to further strengthen these relations by providing the most innovative high-quality products from Korea”.

    The photographer Yoo-Beyl-nam came to Pakistan in the year 2000 and the trip changed his course of life from being a sculptor to a professional photographer. Yoo has also published a book, titled “InshaAllah” in 2006 in which he introduced the people and the natural scenery of Pakistan, through the photographs he captured during his trip through Pakistan. He has already held several exhibitions of his photography in Seoul, Korea. During his several television and Radio appearances, he says that he is deeply inspired by the people, places, culture and traditions of Pakistan.


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    B-11 Awami Markaz Shahra-E-Faisal Karachi
    9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

    FL-10/10 Block 13/A Gulshan-e-Iqbal Near By Gilani Mosque, Karachi.

    Ls-1, Sector 11-I, Near Up-More, New Karachi.

    Office # 13-14 1st Floor, Rafi Mall Malir City, Karachi.

    Office # 348 3rd floor sunny plaza, Hasrat mohani road, Karachi.

    Office # 8, 2nd Floor Plot # B-17, Estate Avenue, Above Soneri Bank Site Branch, Site, Karachi.

    Plot # LS-14 Sec # 12-L Orangi Town # 5.

    Prime Defence Motors, Main Korangi Road, Defence Phase1, Karachi.

    Shop # 15,Plot # GK-7/71-72,Kharadar Square,Nakhuda St., Behind Edhi Home,Kharadar, Karachi.

    Shop # 5 Mona Arcade Captian Fareed Bukhari Shaheed Road SMCHS, Karachi.

    Shop # H-30, St-1 Shamim Apartment Bl # 10 Federal B Area, North Nazimabad, Karachi.

    Shop 18+25, Rex Centre, Abdullah Haroom Road, Zaibunisa Street, Karachi.

    Shop No.1,2,3,4,17,18…Ground Floor, Rahat Arcade, Block 19th, Gulistan-E-Johar, Karachi.

    Telenor Franchise, Shop # 7 & 8, Boat view Apartments, Boat Basin, Block-5, Clifton Karachi.


    Telenor Franchise Main Bazar Karak.


    Main Road, Near Shell Petrol Pump, Kashmore.


    Telenor Franchise Kachehri Road, Khairpur.

    Khaipur Natan Shah

    Near Mir Hasan Chowk , Khaipur Natan Shah.


    Telenor Franchise, Madni Plaza, Stadium Road, Khanewal.


    Basti Mian Muhammad Islam, Near New Judicial Complex, Khanpur.


    Fahim Plaza By Pass Road Khoi Ratta, Kotli.


    Old Lorry Adda, Opposite Shamas Hotel, Jauharabad-Sargodha Raod, Khushab.


    Main Chakar Khan Road Near Tcs Office Khuzdar.

    Khwaza Khela

    Main bazar near MCB building Khwaza Khela.


    Near Company Bagh Opposite 15 Ploice Station Kohat.

    Kot Momin

    Baldia market opposite taxi stand bhagtaanwala road Kotmomin.

    Kot Addu

    Telenor Franchise, Abbas Plaza, Gt Road Kot Addu.


    Telenor Franchise Outlet, Near G.p.o, Rawalpindi Road,Kotli,Ajk.


    Telenor Franchise , Opposite Post Office Main Liaqat Road Near Madina Chowk Kotri.


    Jinnah Colony, Lorri Adda RoadOpposite Govt, Model School,Kasur.


    2 Asif Block, Main Boulevard Allama Iqbal Town, Opp Akbari Store, Lahore.

    28-G, Imran Arcade, Chowk Choburgi, Lahore.

    28/5 Opp Qatar Airways Office, Davis Rd. Lahore.

    3/15 -K, Shalimar Link Rd. Lahore.

    37-Ravi Road, Near Minar-E-Pakistan, Lahore.

    41-11 Agro square, shadman market lahore.

    80 Umer Din Road Wasanpura Lahore.

    Dogar Market Near Ali Hospital Thokhar Niaz Baig Lahore.

    E-84/2 Defence Main Boulevard, Lahore.

    Qayum Park, Shadara More. Lahore.

    Shop # 10 To 13 Contonment Board Market Opposite Civil Courts Lahore Cantt.

    Shop # 109, Khawaja Building, Model Town Link Road.Lahore.

    Shop No. 21, Nisbat Road, Shah Alam Market, Lahore.

    Landi Kotal

    Malik Amrat Market, First Floor, Main Landi Kotal Bazar, Landi Kotal.


    Telenor Franchise Near Admore Petrol Pump Larkana.

    Telenor Franchise, Near Shell Petrol Pump, Vip Road , Larkana.


    Telenor Franchise,College road In front of DHQ Hospital,Layyah.


    Telenor Franchise Near Railway Phatak Rest House Road Liaqatpur.


    Tehsil Road Loralai.

    Lakki Marwat

    Telenor Franchise Main Larri Adda Marghub Market Lakki Marwat.


    Telenor Franchise, Near Mcb Bank. Mailsi.

    Mandi Baha-Ud-Din

    Ground Floor, Alvi Plaza, Alvi Chowk, Mandi Baha-Ud-Din.


    Madina Market Abbottabad Road Mansehra.


    Opp The Bank Of Punjab The Mall Road Mardan.


    Telenor Franchise (C/O) Alyousaf Traders Masjid Road Mastunge.

    Mehrab Pur

    Asad Electonics, Railway Road, Mehrab Pur.

    Mian Channu

    Shaheed Road,Opposite AlFateh Shopping Center, Mian Channu.


    Main Ballokhiel Road Opp. Ubl Bank, Mianwali.


    Suite #1 First Floor Sajjad Plaza Airport Road Mingora Swat.

    Mirpur khas

    Telenor Franchise , Main Hyderabad Road, Near Cake Land Bakery , Mirpurkhas.


    Telenor Franchise, Sharif Mkt Opp. Nadra Office, Mian Muhammad Road, Mirpur,AJK.

    Telenor Franchise,10-A, B/2, Near Select & Save Stores, Mirpur, AJK.

    Mohmand Agency

    Telenor Franchise Main Bazar Ghallani Mohmand Agency.


    Telenor Franchise , Al Madina Communication, Main Road, Moro.


    1-Ali Plaza Masoom Shah Road Near Chowk Khumahran Wala Multan.

    23-1 Officers Colony Bosan Road Near Law College Multan.

    Ghousia Mehria Al Noor Plaza Opposite Mumtazabad Market Vehari Road Multan.

    Khawar Plaza Shop#27 Multan Cantt.


    Dar Manzil, Main G.T.Road, Muridke.


    Telenor Franchise Shop #1, Air Cliff Cart Road Near Motor Agencey, Muree.


    Qadri Communication, Old tanga Stand, Muzaffarabad, AJK.


    Telenor Franchise Jhung Road Opposite Zeva Plaza, Muzaffargarh.


    Telenor Franchise, Circular Road, Near Chan Pir Darbar, Narowal.


    Telenor Franchise , C/O Tcs Courier Centre, Main Road Usta Muhammad.


    Shop No. 18-19-20, Police Shopping Centre, Kacheri Road, Nawabshah

    Shop. No-8, Sheraz Centre Kacheri Road, Nawabshah.


    Mir Naseer Gul Khan Road Noshki.


    Telenor Franchise,Taj Building Main Gt Road Nowshera Cantt.


    TP Franchise Main Bazar Oghi.


    191-192 Katcari Bazar Okara

    Tariq Plaza 1st Floor Katachary Road Madina Chowk Dipalpur Okara

    Pak Patan

    Telenor Franchise, Opposite Tcs Office College Road Pak Patan.

    Pano Akil

    Telenor Franchise , Shahi Bazar , Pano Akil.


    Eid Gah Market Parachinar Kurrum Agency.

    Rafique Market, Main Multan Road Road, Near Mobilink Franchise, Pattoki.


    Near Honda North University Road.

    Telenor Franchise Mall Road Peshawar Cantt.

    Telenor Franchise Shop # 10 Sokinar Chwok Khyber Bazar Peshawar.

    Telenor Franchise,Near City University Main GT.Road Peshawar City.


    Mehtab Chowk, Ghunya Road, Phalia.

    Pind Dadan Khan Jhelum

    Shalimar Chowk Near Mcb Pind Dadan Khan District Jhelum.


    Awan Plaza, Near Habib Bank, Piplan.

    Pir Mahal

    Behind Ravi Hotel,Rajana Road.


    Telenor Franch. Post Office Rd Near Shirakat G.Store


    Opposite Abdullah Uitility Store Near Al -Mumtaz Hotel Kotli Road.


    Telenor Franchise, Rana Market Mall Road, Quaidabad Distt. Khushab.


    Old Ghazi Pharmacy, Opp. Askari Commercial Bank, Jinnah Road, Quetta.

    Telenor Franchise Opposite Gallani Hospital Mini Market Sattelite Twon Quetta.

    Rahim YarKhan

    12 Shahi Road R.Yar.Khan

    Telenor Franchise, Abbu Zehbi Road, Khwaja Fridopposite Post Graduate College.


    Telenor Franchise, Near Jawa Jump, Railway Road, Raiwind.

    Rajan Pur.

    Telenor Franchise, Sadiq Road, Near V-Wireless Franchise, Rajan Pur.

    Rani Pur

    Telenor Ranipur Franchise, National Highway Road, Rani Pur.


    Abdul samad plaza Mung Road Rawalakot.


    2, Marjan Plaza, Commercial Market, Chaklala Scheme III, Rawalpindi.

    4th floor Rabi center Rehmanaabad Murree Road Rawalpindi.

    Telenor Franchise Marrium Plaza Near HBL Chira Road,Sadiqabad Rawalpindi.

    Telenor Franchise Office No 4440, Plot No 6 Opposite Allied Bank Tench Road Tench Bhatta.

    Telenor Franchise Shop:1,Niazi Shopping Centre Bank Road Saddar Rawalpindi.

    Renala Khurd

    Telenor Franchise G.T.Road Renala Khurd.


    Telenor Franchise, Allama Iqbal Road, Sadiqabad.


    1-B/B-1 Mission Chowk High Street Sahiwal.



    Telenor Franchise,Alamdar Chowke,Skardu.


    Telenor Franchise, Wazirabad Road Sambrial.


    First Floor, Gulistan Plaza, Opposite Grain Market, Gojra Road- Samundri.


    Telenor Franchise, Friends Communication, Near National Bank , Sanghar.

    Sari Alamgir

    Near Alam CNG Station, G T Road ,Sari Alamgir.


    33 A,Near Zaffarullah Chowk, Satellite Town, Sargodha.

    Norri Gate Opp Mola Baksh Hospital, Kushab Road, Sargodha.


    Telenor Franchise, C/O Honda 5 S Showroom, Station Road, Shahdadkot.


    Shop No. 2, Station Road Near Habib Bank, Shahdadpur.


    Telenor Franchise,Opposite Elementary School, Jail Road,Shahpur Saddar.


    Telenor Franchise, Main Circular Road, Near Chota Adda Larian, Sharaqpur.


    Civil Lines Sargodha Road 116/4, Shiehupura Opp Cakes And Bakes.

    Shop No.6,7,Super Market,Near Wapda Plaza Lahore Road, Sheikhupura.


    Telenor Franchise,Jalalpur Road,Shujabad.


    Telenor Franchise ,Ahtah karim bakash Shahab Pura road near alam Chowk, Sialkot.

    Telenor Franchise, Noor Plaza, Opposite Hot Cake Bakers, Kashmir Road, Sialkot.

    Telenor franchise,98-ghulam qadir arcade,aziz shaheed road, Sialkot cantt sadar.


    Telenor Franchise Opposite Gpo Jinah Road Sibi.


    Town Hall Road Near Habib Bank Ltd. Sillanwali.


    Northern Communication, Alamdar Chowk.


    Shop # C-260/5,Near Muhammad Bin Qasim Park, Sukkur.

    Telenor Franchise, Opposite Meezan Bank , Hussaini Road Sukkur.


    Telenor Swabi Franchise Opposite Police Station Swabi Topi Road Swabi.


    Main Malaknd Road Ali Plaza.

    Tala Gang

    Ward No.4 Near Rest House Chakwal Road,Talagang.

    Tando Adam

    Makkah Communication, Opp. Ubl Bank, M.A. Jinnah Road Tando Adam.

    Tando Muhammad Khan

    Telenor Franchise, Shaikh Communication, Opposite 15 Police Station Tando Muhammad Khan.


    80-Umer Din Road Wassan Pu Gull Communication Dera Road Tank.


    Telenor Franchise Mangrotha Road, Taunsa City.


    Shop # 1-2 Ms Plaza Main Bazar Temargarah.


    Telenor Franchise , Shop # 6 And 7 Subhan Centre, National Highway Road Thatta.

    Toba Tek Sing

    133/2 Talab Bazar, Toba Tek Sing.


    Telenor Topi Franchise Main Bazar Topi.


    Telenor Franchise ,Main Turbat Road, Opp. Turbat Medical Centre , Kech.

    Umer Kot

    Near National Bank Marvi Market Road Umer Kot.

    Upper Dir

    Telenor Franchise Upper Dir, Dir-Chitral Road,P.O. Box: Dir Bala, Tehsil: Dir,District: Upper Dir.


    Telenor Franchise 18-Club Road Vehari

    Telenor Franchise, 181 D, Near Kurshid Hall, Jinnah Road, Vehari

    Wah Cantt

    B-2 Post Office Road,Lala Rukh,Wah Cantt.


    Telenor Franchise, Sialkot Road, Wazirabad.


    Thana Road Zhob.


    Telenor Franchise Centers in Faisalabad

    1- 704b, Batala Colony Road, Peoples Colony #2, Satayana Road, Near Nirala Sweets, Faisalabad

    2-Arcade 2, Susan Road, Madina Town, Faisalabad

    3-Sahil Building, 1 Sheikhpura Road, Faisalabad.

    4-Shop # 3 & 4, Ground Floor, Jkb, Business Center, Near Agha Khan Labs, Jail Road, Faisalabad

    5-Telenor Franchise, Gulshan Colony, Narwala Road near Razabad, Faisalabad


    Fairy Queen Train India Reviews

    I am going to talk about the train which is known by the name of “The Fairy Queen”. If you are keen to know about the cultural heritage of India then you should travel through one of those trains which are a part of the legacy of Indian Railways. This train is considered as one of the best trains of India. A large number of foreigners and Indians travel in this train for getting closer to the Heritage and culture of India. This train is oldest Vintage train which runs on steam engine. It was started in the year of 1855.

    Fairy Queen Train
    This train has made it to the Guinness book of World records. Fairy Queen Train restarted its services for people in 1997. It is an amazing experience to travel in this train. The passengers of this train travel in a luxurious and beautiful environment available in this train. This train starts from New Delhi. Alwar, which is located in Rajasthan, is the first stop of this train. There are a lot of landscapes which can be enjoyed in the town of Alwar.

    After Alwar, this train takes the passengers to Sariska Tiger Reserve. Here, the passengers are allowed to stay for a night. The arrangement for the stay of the passengers is done at the Heritage Hotel Sariska Palace. Various cultural programs are arranged for entertaining the travelers. Apart from this the Jeep Safari in the Tiger Reserve is an awesome experience. This train has only one coach which is fully air conditioned. There are chairs for the passengers inside the one and only coach of this train. Fifty people can sit in this coach.

    For all those people who love wildlife, this train offers an extraordinary travel experience. The total time which is required for traveling in this train is 2 days and 1 night. The welcome which is received by the passengers at the Alwar Railway station makes the passengers feel the warm hospitality of the Rajasthan. All the cultural events which are presented for the enjoyment of the passengers are perfect.

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