# A railway line has a double track, except in a tunnel where there was no room for a double track. A train goes..........

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A railway line has a double track, except in a tunnel where there was no room for a double track. A train goes into the tunnel in one direction, and another one enters in the opposite direction. Both trains are traveling fast. However, they do not crash. Why?

posted Feb 3, 2016
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Both the trains stop inside the tunnel. Question does not state that the trains come out of the tunnel

answer Feb 3, 2016
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That's two different Tunnels because its not mentioned train enters in same Tunnel.

answer Feb 8, 2016
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They travel at different times

answer Feb 9, 2016

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