Lalru railway station
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|Indian Railways station|
|Elevation||282.32 metres (926.2 ft)|
|Owned by||Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northern Railways|
|Tracks||2 (double electrified BG)|
|Structure type||Standard (on-ground station)|
Lalru railway station was a railway station in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar district in the Indian state of Punjab on the Northern Railways network. Its code was LLU. It served Lalru town. The station consisted of two platforms. The platforms were not well sheltered. It lacked many facilities including water and sanitation. It was a small station which was visited by about seven passenger trains.
Some of the trains that ran from Lalru were:
- Ambala–Nangal Dam Passenger (unreserved)
- Kalka–Delhi Passenger (unreserved)
- Amb Andaura–Ambala DMU
- Kalka–Ambala Passenger (unreserved)
- Ambala–Kalka Shuttle (unreserved)
- "LLU/Lalru". India Rail Info.