Railway Station Codes List
  Railway Station Codes Provides You All Information on Stations

The railway stations in India are now represented by railway station codes, which is unique to every station. Usually the codes are alphabetic in nature, but there are also station codes other than alphabetical. The first three to four letters of the station is taken as the station code. But when the first three letters are the same for more than one railway station, then letters from other parts are also taken to represent the railway station.

When you book tickets on the website of IRCTC, you have to enter the codes of the stations from which you board the train and get down. This will provide you a list of all the trains running on that route along with their timings. Once you select the train of your choice, all you have to do is to enter the date and the code number of the train. This allows you to check seat availability and book your tickets by making the payment online.

Some of the major railway stations in India are Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Howrah Station, Chennai Central Railway Station, Sealdah Station, New Delhi Railway Station, Kharagpur Railway station and many more. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is one of the oldest railway stations in India and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kharagpur Railway Station has the longest platform on the world.
Railway station codes provide you with all details of the station and the facilities provided in the station. You will also get information on all the trains passing through the station.

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