Gulbarga railway station
Indian Railway Station
|Address||Station Road, Gulbarga
|Elevation||454.000 metres (1,489.501 ft)|
|Line(s)||Solapur-Guntakal section of Mumbai-Chennai line|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
The railway track in the Daund-Wadi sector is being doubled at a cost of Rs. 700 crore.
Gulbarga railway station has a computerized reservation counter, public call office with subscribers’ trunk dialing facilities, waiting room, retiring rooms, vegetarian and non-vegetarian refreshment stalls, light refreshment stall, tea stall, book stall, escalators on platforms 1 and 2-3 and 2 general and platform ticket counters opposite railway station entrance for passenger convenience.
Gulbarga railway station is remodeled with the addition of a fourth platform, extension of the existing platforms and installation of two escalators. Addition of a dormitory and the addition of a new railway overbridge are yet to be completed. A new entrance facing the Tarafail area has also been constructed.
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|Preceding station||Indian Railways||Following station|
|Central Railway zone|