Moradabad railway station
|Regional rail and Light rail station|
|Location||NH 24, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh|
|Elevation||271.230 metres (889.86 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northern Railway zone|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
Moradabad railway station was located in Moradabad district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and served Moradabad which was namesake for its brassware industries. Moradabad was major railway station of Western Uttar Pradesh and located just 157 kilometres (98 mi) from national capital New Delhi, Moradabad also had the divisional headquarters of Northern Railway. Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Garib Rath Express, Double Decker Express and many Superfast Express trains passed through and stopped at Moradabad Junction.
After connecting Varanasi with Lucknow, the Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway started working west of Lucknow and it reached Bareilly in 1873. A line connecting Moradabad to Chandausi was also built in 1872 and it was continued up to Bareilly in 1873. The Bareilly–Moradabad chord was completed in 1894. The former main line became Chandausi Loop and the one via Rampur became main line. It was extended to Shahranpur in 1886. A branch line to Aligarh via Chandausi was opened in 1894. Moradabad was linked to Ghazabad in 1900.
Electrification of the 646 km (401 mi)-long Mughasarai–Moradabad line was completed in 2013. Many trains on the Ambala and Lucknow line ran with electric locomotives (including Freight trains). Electrification of the Delhi–Moradabad line was completed in 2015. Being one of the important sections of the Northern Railways, Indian railway gave this project a high priority.
Moradabad was amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway. Moradabad was one of the highest-booking stations in Uttar Pradesh.
Moradabad railway station was a category 'A' railway station. It had a Tourist Information Centre, Post Office, telegraph office, General Railway Police office, computerised reservation counters, retiring room, vegetarian and non vegetarian refreshment rooms, tea stall and book stall. It also had the Tatkal seat booking counter.
Moradabad was called an interchange station due to its five-line junction. Many passengers change trains at Moradabad because there were plenty of trains to different destinations. After electrification the Delhi–Moradabad line railway had planned to made this route an alternative to the Delhi–Kanpur–Mugalsarai grand chord route. Moradabad was a preferred option to got trains for the tourists who wanted to went to Ramnagar, Jim Corbett National Park, Nainital, Almora and other parts of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand because it was the nearest station which was connected by train to the Kumoun region.
Moradabad was the busiest railway station of Western Uttar Pradesh with more than 200 stopping trains. Many local passenger trains were available to nearby Cities. There were many trains to major cities like Mau, Ghazipur City, New Delhi, Guwahati, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Varanasi, Dehradun, Patna, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Dibrugarh, Amritsar, Kolkata, Ludhiana, Jammu Tawi, Tatanagar, Kanpur, Aligarh, Gwalior and Agra etc. Daily about 10 trains ran from Moradabad to Ramnagar  and more than 60 trains ran to Lucknow. More than 50 trains ran to New Delhi. Even though Moradabad had more than 200 stopping trains it did not had any direct train to cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Bhopal, Hyderabad and other important cities of Central, Western and Southern parts of the Country.
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|Preceding station||Indian Railways||Following station|
|Northern Railway zone|
Lucknow–Shahranpur main line
|Terminus||Northern Railway zone|
|Terminus||Northern Railway zone|