Abohar Junction railway station
|Indian Railways junction station|
|Location||Station Rd, Abohar, Fazilka district, Punjab|
|Elevation||185.78 metres (609.5 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northern Railway|
|Line(s)||Bathinda–Sri Ganganagar line |
|Tracks||3 nos 5 ft 6 in (1,676 mm) broad gauge|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
|Disabled access||Wheelchair ramp |
|2018||5662 per day|
Abohar Junction (station code: ABS) was located in Fazilka district in the Indian state of Punjab and served Abohar city. Abohar station fell under Ambala railway division of Northern Railway zone of Indian Railways. Abohar city was the administrative headquarter of Abohar Tehsil in Fazilka district.
Abohar railway station was located at an elevation of 185.78 metres (609.5 ft). It was one of the oldest train stations established in 1892 on Indian subcontinent during British Raj. This station was located on the single track, 5 ft 6 in (1,676 mm) broad gauge, Bathinda–Sri Ganganagar line.
Abohar railway station had 6 booking windows, one enquiry office and all basic amenities like drinking water, public toilets, sheltered area with adequate seating. Wheelchair availability was also there for disabled persons. There were two platforms at the station and one foot overbridge(FOB).
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