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Address: Niphad Railway Station, SH23, Maharashtra 422303, India

Station Code: NR

Station Name: NIPHAD

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 115

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Allahabad Railway Station, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Station Code: ALD

Station Name: ALLAHABAD JN

Zone: NCR/North Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 669

Station Traffic: High

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13202LTT RJPB EXPNR02:20ACOI23:1820:58M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,13202 Status
15017GORAKHPUR EXPLS10:42ALD08:2021:38M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,15017 Status
11071KAMAYANI EXPRESLS16:35ALD15:3022:55M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,11071 Status
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Daily Unreserved Trains between Igatpuri and Bhusaval

Daily Unreserved Trains between Igatpuri and Bhusaval

Central Railway will run daily unreserved MEMU trains o­n Mail/Express fare between Igatpuri and Bhusaval as per details below:

11119 MEMU will leave Igatpuri daily at 09.55 hrs with effect from 11.1.2022 till further advice and arrive Bhusaval at 17.10 hrs same day.

11120 MEMU will leave Bhusaval daily at 07.00 hrs with effect from 10.1.2022 till further advice and arrive Igatpuri at 15.10 hrs same day.

Halts: Ghoti, Padli, Asvali, Devlali, Nashik Road, Khervadi, Kasbe Sukene, Niphad, Lasalgaon, Manmad, Panevadi, Nandgaon, Naydongri, Hirapur, Chalisgaon, Kajgaon, Nagardevla, Galan, Pachora, Parhande, Maheji, Mhasavad, Shirsoli, Jalgaon and Bhadli

Composition: 8 Car MEMU

For detailed timings and halts of the above trains, please visit or download NTES App

Passengers travelling by these trains to adher to all norms, SOPs related to COVID19 during the boarding, travel and at destination.

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Date: January 7, 2022

PR No.2022/01/15

This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai

Central Railway entering 71st year of its formation

Central Railway
Press Release

Central Railway entering 71st year of its formation 

Central Railway, the successor to GIP Railway completed 70 glorious years o­n its formation day and begins its 71st year o­n 5.11.2021. Shri Anil Kumar Lahoti, General Manager, Central Railway while conveyed his formation day message and extended his heartiest greetings to railway passengers, users and railway personnel o­n the 71st Foundation Day of Central Railway.

The first train in Asia (and India) ran between Mumbai and Thane o­n Saturday, April 16, 1853. As the years passed, the Great Indian Peninsula Railway expanded.  With the merger of the Indian Midland Railway Company with the GIP Railway Company in 1900, its frontiers were extended from Delhi in the North, Kanpur and Allahabad in the North-east and Nagpur in the East to Raichur in the South-east.  Thus, through connection from Bombay was obtained to almost all parts of India.  The route mileage of the G.I.P. Railway was 1,600. (2575 km)

On 5 November 1951, Central Railway was formed by integrating Nizam State, Scindia State and Dholpur State Railways. At present, there are 5 divisions o­n Central Railway i.e. Mumbai, Bhusaval, Nagpur, Solapur and Pune. Central Railway's network is spread over 4,151 route km in the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka and has a total of 471 stations.

Central Railway has achieved many firsts in the last 70 years. Some notable achievements among them are: first Shatabdi Express, first Jan Shatabdi Express, first Tejas Express and last year's Kisan Rail to name a few. Central Railway is in the forefront of continuous development. The originating loading which was 16.58 million tonnes at the time of formation, has now increased to 62.02 million tonnes in the year 2020-21. In the year 2021-22, April-October 41.02 million tonnes achieved its highest ever freight loading. Suburban services have also increased from 519 in 1951 to 1814 in 2021.

Mumbai's suburban services are the lifeline of Mumbai. Central Railway has steadily increased the suburban network and today it has four corridors. The suburban services which started from 3 coaches have gradually increased to 9 coaches, 12 coaches and some services with 15 coaches. AC suburban services have also been introduced to make travel more convenient and comfortable. Apart from this, infrastructure works like construction of new railway lines, doubling, third line at many places, electrification, construction of bridges, construction of new stations etc. are being done at a fast pace.

Central Railway has also faced many adversities and has come out stronger. Be it the heavy rains, 26x11 terror attack or the grave challenge of COVID-19, our dedicated personnel have worked hard to face and overcome these challenges.

Shri Anil Kumar Lahoti, General Manager said that Central Railway is committed to provide safe and punctual service to its passengers and customers in the years to come.
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Date: November 4, 2021
PR No.2021/11/11
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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