Hazur Sahib Nanded railway station

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Hazur Sahib Nanded
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Nanded railway station
LocationHarsh Nagar, Nanded, Maharashtra
 India
Coordinates19°9′38″N 77°18′30″E / 19.16056°N 77.30833°E / 19.16056; 77.30833
Elevation366 metres (1,201 ft)[1]
Owned byIndian Railways
Operated bySouth Central Railways[2]
Line(s)Secunderabad–Manmad
Platforms4
Tracks7
ConnectionsAuto rickshaw
Construction
Structure typeStandard (on-ground station)
ParkingYes
Disabled accessDisabled access Available
Other information
StatusFunctioning
Station codeNED
Zone(s) South Central Railway zone
Division(s) Nanded
ElectrifiedNo
Passengers
Daily5,00,000 approx.[3]
Location
Hazur Sahib Nanded is located in Maharashtra
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Location within Maharashtra
Hazur Sahib Nanded is located in India
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Hazur Sahib Nanded (India)

Hazur Sahib Nanded railway station (station code:- NED) was a railway station serving the city of Nanded in the state of Maharashtra, India. The station fell under Nanded Railway Division which was formed in 2003,[4] until then the station used to be a part of Hyderabad Division. It was one of the major railway stations of South Central Railway (SCR), It had many facilities such as lifted and escalators and specially cleanliness was very good. The station lied on Secunderabad–Manmad line and had high traffic because of Takht Sachkhand Shri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib, which was the resting place of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Sikh Guru.

Classification and performance[edit]

Nanded was classified as an 'A–category station, in terms of earnings.[5]

Services[edit]

Nanded was connected to all the major cities of India like Mumbai, New Delhi, Rameshwaram, Patna, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Chennai, Jaipur, Bangalore, Pune, Tirupati, Kolkata, Aurangabad, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Una and Sambalpur. The station had frequent connectivity with Parbhani Junction, Aurangabad and Nizamabad. Nanded railway station was served by 48 pairs of trains every day and 52 non daily trains.[1]

List of trains[edit]

Train No. Train name
11011 / 11012 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Weekly Express
01045 / 01046 Deekshabhoomi Express
11205 / 11206 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Karimnagar Express
11401 / 11402 Nandigram Express
12421 / 12422 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Amritsar Superfast Express
12485 / 12486 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Sri Ganganagar Express
12715 / 12716 Sachkhand Express
12719 / 12720 Ajmer–Hyderabad Meenakshi Express
12729 / 12730 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Pune Superfast Express
12765 / 12766 TirupatiAmravati Express
12767 / 12768 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Kolkata Santragachi Superfast Express
16003 / 16004 Chennai CentralNagarsol Express
16593 / 16594 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Bangalore Express
16733 / 16734 RameswaramOkha Express
17057 / 17058 Devagiri Express
17063 / 17064 Ajanta Express
17213 / 17214 NarasapuramNagarsol Express
17609 / 17610 PatnaPurna Express
17617 / 17618 Tapovan Express
17639 / 17640 Akola–Kacheguda Intercity Express
17687 / 17688 Marathwada Express
18309 / 18310 Nagawali Express
18503 / 18504 VisakhapatnamSainagar Shirdi Express
18509 / 18510 Nanded–Visakhapatnam Express
19301 / 19302 Indore–Bangalore Express
19713 / 19714 JaipurSecunderabad Express
22457 / 22458 Hazur Sahib Nanded–Una Express

Other stations[edit]

The other stations that served the city of Nanded were

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "NED/Hazur Sahib Nanded (4 PFs) Railway Station – Today's Train Arrival Timings – India Rail Info – A Busy Junction for Travellers & Rail Enthusiasts". India Rail Info. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  2. ^ "South Central Railway". Scr.indianrailways.gov.in. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Station Detail Info Code, Name, Location Map, All Trains, All Stations". Trainspy.como. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  4. ^ "South Central Railway" (PDF). Scr.indianrailways.gov.in. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  5. ^ "Stations – Category wise" (PDF). Indian Railways. Retrieved 1 May 2019.