The Mahalaka Railway station is seen in Kolkatta.
The Mahalanaya Railway station in Kollam is seen here.
The Mahalanya Railway station, a landmark railway station built in 1876, is still under construction.
The Kolkatas Railway station on the other hand is on track.
The train derailments at the Mahalanayas and Kolkattas stations have taken place on different days of the year.
It is now understood that the train cars that derailed at the Kolkatal station in the morning on March 9 were of the old Mahalanayan and Kollalan trains.
The new trains are said to be of the new, more modern trains.
The trains are not the only ones which have suffered.
The trains in the Kollathas Railway are also prone to derail, said Rajesh Thakur, a retired railway engineer and a Mahalananaya train conductor.
The tracks are also cracked and the trains are slow to move.
The station was built to accommodate large passenger trains, including the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Indian Super League (ISL).
The trains were meant to run on the tracks and at high speeds, but the track capacity of the trains has not kept up with the speed of the railways.
This has caused many accidents in recent years.
In July 2016, the trains derailed at Kolkathai station.
On February 2, 2017, another train derailed at Chikkapur station.
The derailments caused massive damage to the station, and the track was damaged.
In October 2017, the Mahalayan Railway train that derailed there was also damaged.
On March 1, 2017 at 10.15 am, the train carrying two young boys derailed at Mahalayas railway station.
This train was carrying the Mahakam, a train belonging to the Mahallam group of companies.
The train was going to Chikkatpura in Tamil Nadu.
The railways is still looking into the cause of the derailments.
In the meantime, the injured train was taken to a hospital in Kalinga.