Asia’s first railway factory Jamalpur Rail Engine Factory is celebrating its 154th foundation day today. Jamalpur Workshop was established on 8 February 1862 as East India Railway Locomotive Workshop. Its main purpose was the manufacture of steam engines. Today it is completing the 154th year of its inception. The factory has seen many ups and downs over the years. Political moves always hindered the growth of this factory and if you want to see related stamps and a miniature sheet, then visit our site Philacy.
26-11-13: A Railway Workshop, Jamalpur Postage India Stamp
Many factories in the history of Indian Railways were established years after the establishment of the Jamalpur factory. It has got the status of a manufacturing factory. If it is not a misfortune then what is it that in independent India, Bihar had nine railway ministers. Jagjivan Ram, Prof. Kedar Pandey, Ram Subhag Singh, Lalit Narayan Mishra, George Fernandes, Ram Vilas Paswan, Nitish Kumar, Lalu Prasad Yadav, and Digvijay Singh are included.