Agra City railway station

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Agra City
Indian Railway Station
Station statistics
Address Ghatia Road, near Belaganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Coordinates 27°11′39″N 78°00′56″E / 27.1943°N 78.0155°E / 27.1943; 78.0155Coordinates: 27°11′39″N 78°00′56″E / 27.1943°N 78.0155°E / 27.1943; 78.0155
Elevation 165 metres (541 ft)
Line(s) Agra-Delhi chord
Structure type Standard on ground
Platforms 2
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 1903
Electrified 1982-85
Station code AGA
Division(s) Agra
Owned by Indian Railways
Operator North Central Railway
Station status Functioning
Agra City railway station is located in Uttar Pradesh
Agra City railway station
Agra City railway station
Location in Uttar Pradesh

Agra City is a railway bus Station in the heart of the old City in Agra, India. It is near Belangunj which is the trading hub of Agra. The station is a relic of the past and at present very few trains stop here.


Agra, the 16-17th century capital of the Mughals, is home to monuments such as the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort.[1]The Taj Mahal attracts 2-4 million tourists annually. About 200,000 foreign tourists visit it.[2]


The station belonged to Great Indian Peninsular Railway in British era and was built in 1903 by Mistris of Kutch.


  1. ^ "Agra Railway Station". Make my trip. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Taj Visitors". Department of Tourism, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 

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