Railway Stations & Yards – MCQ || Railway Engineering ||

Railway Stations & Yards – MCQ || Railway Engineering ||

21st September 2020 0 By Malay Sautya

Railway Stations & Yards – MCQ

1. A place on the railway line at which “permission to approach” and “authority to proceed” are granted is known as

a) Block station
b) Junction station
c) Non-block station
d) Terminal station

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a) Block station

2. A station where a branch line joint a main line is known as

a) Terminal Station
b) Block station
c) Junction station
d) Non-block station

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c) Junction station

3. The yard which provides facilities for receiving, loading, unloading of goods is called

a) Passenger bogie yard
b) Locomotive yard
c) Marshalling yard
d) Good yard

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d) Good yard

4. Flat stations are

a) Terminal Station
b) Block station
c) Non-block station
d) Junction station

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b) Block station

5. The yard where trains are received, sorted out, new trains formed and despatch called

a) Passenger bogie yard
b) Good yard
c) Marshalling yard
d) Locomotive yard

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c) Marshalling yard

6. Hump yard is a type of

a) Good yard
b) Marshalling yard
c) Locomotive yard
d) None

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b) Marshalling yard

7. The gravitational yard is a type of __ yard

a) Passenger yard
b) Locomotive yard
c) Marshalling yard
d) None

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c) Marshalling yard

8. Non-block station are also called ___

a) Class ‘D’
b) flag
c) Both (a) and (b)
d) None

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c) Both (a) and (b)

9. The minimum signal requirement for class ‘C’ station is

a) Only, home signal
b) Only, warner signal
c) Both home and warner signal
d) None of these

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c) Both home and warner signal

10. The selected place on a railway line where trains halt for exchange of passengers, goods and for control of train movement is called a

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Railway Station

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