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Guwahati–Rajendra Nagar Capital Express

The Guwahati - Rajendra Nagar Capital Express is an express train belonging to East Central Railway zone that runs between Guwahati Junction and Rajendra Nagar Terminal in India. It is operated with 13245/13246 train numbers four days per week; the 13247/Capital Express covers 949 km in 22h 45m. The 13248/Capital Express covers 949 km in 24h; the important halts of the train are: Guwahati Kamakhya Junction Goalpara Town New Bongaigaon Junction Alipurduar Junction New Mal Junction Siliguri Junction New Jalpaiguri Junction Kishanganj Katihar Junction Mansi Junction Khagaria Junction Begusarai Barauni Junction Barh Bakhtiyarpur Junction Fatuha Junction Banka Ghat Patna Sahib Rajendra Nagar Terminal The train has standard ICF rakes with a maximum speed of 110 km/hr. The train consists of 21 coaches: 1 AC First-class 2 AC II Tier 3 AC III Tier 7 Sleeper Coaches 6 General 2 Seating cum Luggage Rake Both trains are hauled by a Samastipur Loco Shed-based WDM 3A diesel locomotive from Patna to Guwahati and vice versa.

Train shares its rake with 13245/13246 Capital Express. Rajendra Nagar Terminal railway station Guwahati Junction railway station Indore - Guwahati Weekly Express Capital Express 13247/Capital Express 13248/Capital Express

MacArthur Bridge (Manila)

MacArthur Bridge is a road bridge crossing the Pasig River between Padre Burgos Avenue in Ermita and Carlos Palanca Street in Santa Cruz. It replaced the Santa Cruz Bridge, destroyed in World War II. MacArthur Bridge replaced the older Santa Cruz Bridge, bombed when the Japanese retreated on the Battle of Manila; the bridge was constructed after the war and opened in 1952. The bridge is used as part of the route of the procession during the Feast of the Black Nazarene every January 9 from 2007 until 2013. After the Department of Public Works and Highways called the bridge unstable to carry millions of devotees, processions are rerouted to the adjacent Jones Bridge. A monument for Douglas MacArthur stood on the foot of the south end of the bridge; the monument first stood in the facade of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, before it was moved into its present location after 1997. List of crossings of the Pasig River List of places named for Douglas MacArthur