The average Indian (Railways) passenger train is so long that its other end cannot even be viewed properly. In this case, the 13351 Alappuzha – Dhanbad Express rushes towards Aluva in Kerala with the far end of the train shrouded in the early morning mist. The 13351 “supercrawler” isn’t even among the longest trains in India. It is headed by Erode’s WAP #22221, famously known for its Rear View Mirrors, possobly the only Indian Locomotive to have rear view mirrors! (Railfans, correct me if I am wrong).