Nasik Road railway station
|Indian Railways station|
|Location||Nasik-Pune Road, Nashik, Maharashtra, PIN 422101|
|Elevation||560.610 metres (1,839.27 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Central Railway|
New Delhi–Bhopal–Mumbai line
Pune–Nasik Road line
|Connections||Taxi, Rickshaw, Citybus|
|Structure type||Standard, on ground|
|Bicycle facilities||Available (HEXI)|
|Previous names||Great Indian Peninsula Railway|
Nasik Road railway station served Nashik city, Nashik Road and surrounding areas in Nashik district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was main railway station of Nashik. It was one of the busiest railway station in India. It was located on Mumbai–Delhi, Mumbai–Kolkata main line. It was A1 category railway station. It came under Bhusawal Division of Central Railway. Nearly 300 trains had stopped at this railway station. Approximately 2,00,000 people travel daily from this railway station. It was one of the cleanest railway station in India.
The first train in India travelled from Mumbai to Thane on 16 April 1853. By May 1854, Great Indian Peninsula Railway's Mumbai–Thane line was extended to Kalyan. Bhusawal was set up in 1860, but the service started in the mid-1860s. The line was extended to Khandwa in 1866 and to Nagpur in 1867.
The railways in the Igatpuri–Manmad section were electrified in 1967–69.
Amenities at Nasik Road railway station included: tourist information centre, computerized reservation office, waiting room, retiring room, light refreshments, book stall, lifted and escalator.
Nasik Road railway station was located at a distance of 9 km from Nashik city centre. Taxis, auto & city buses were available at the railway station for travel to different parts of the city and outside.
Nasik Road railway station was amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway.
Nasik Road station had been awarded as 6th cleanest railway station in A1/A category in India by Indian Railway (2016 survey). It was only railway station in Maharashtra to rank at top 10 position.
Trains that halt here
- Panchvati Express
- Hazur Sahib Nanded–Mumbai CST Rajya Rani Express
- Sewagram Express
- Godavari Superfast Express
- Vidarbha Express
- Devagiri Express
- Tapovan Express
- New Jalpaiguri−Amritsar Karmabhoomi Express
- Gitanjali Express
- Howrah Mumbai Mail
- Pushpak Express
- Punjab Mail
- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus–Darbhanga Pawan Express
- Udyognagri Express
- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus–Kamakhya AC Express
- Godaan Express
- Jan Shatabdi Express
- Rajendra Nagar–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Janta Express
- Kamayani Express
- Mahanagari Express
- Nandigram Express
- Guwahati–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express
- Saket Express
- Nizamabad–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express
- Ranchi–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express
- Visakhapatnam–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express
- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus–Patliputra Express
- Kushinagar Express
- Gorakhpur Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Superfast Express
- Mangala Lakshadweep Express
- Vasco–Patna Express
- Pune–Bhusawal Express via Panvel
- Howrah Super Deluxe Express
- Mumbai–Hazrat Nizamuddin Bi-Weekly Rajdhani Express (via Bhopal)
- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus–Hazrat Nizamuddin AC Express
- Devlali–Bhusaval Passenger
- Mumbai–Bhusaval Passenger
- Igatpuri–Manmad Passenger
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