Railway Station Codes List
  Railway Station Codes Make Railway Ticket Booking Easier
 
Indian Railways is one of the largest railway networks in the world, connecting every nook and corner of the country. There are more than 7500 railway stations in India, and each station has a station code. If you know the Railway Station codes, your ticket booking becomes faster. Otherwise a lot of time is spent searching for the station codes, because on the space provided for the source and destination stations you have to type the station codes instead of the name of the stations. The passenger station codes are always alphabetical in nature, but you can find the station codes other than alphabetical also in Indian Railways.


There are many prominent railway stations in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is one of theThere are many prominent railway stations in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is one of the oldest and the busiest railway stations in India and is included in the World Heritage site. The Howrah Railway Station in West Bengal is the oldest, second busiest and the largest railway station in India. It is the headquarters of the South Eastern Railways. The Kharagpur Junction has the longest railway station in the world.

The Delhi Railway station is one of the major stations in India where most of trains offer service from various parts of the country. The railway station is located about 2 km from Connaught Place, Central Delhi, 19 km from Ghaziabad and Uttar Pradesh, 31 km from Gurgaon and Haryana. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to the railway station. By checking the Railway Station codes you get details on the stations they represent.
oldest and the busiest railway stations in India and is included in the World Heritage site. The Howrah Railway Station in West Bengal is the oldest, second busiest and the largest railway station in India. It is the headquarters of the South Eastern Railways. The Kharagpur Junction has the longest railway station in the world.

 
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