New upper class coaches improve comfort on Yangon-Mandalay route

DSC_4668Mandalay, 16 March — Myanma Railways has upgraded the upper-class coaches on 11 trains running the Yangon-Mandalay service, replacing the old 40-seat models with roomier 30-seat cars.
“Myanma Railways gives better services to passengers for comfortable trips,” senior engineer U Aye Cho of Division-3 of Myanma Railways
told media.
The new upper class coaches were assembled at the Myitnge Coaches and Wagon Shed and brought into service 15 March.
Myanma Railways plans to substitute old coaches with new ones on 30 trains running on the Yangon-Mandalay service. Min Htet Aung (Mandalay Sub-printing House)

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