Indore Junction railway station

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Indore Junction
Indore Junction entrance (2).jpg
The Main Entrance of the Station
Station statistics
Address Siyaganj, Indore, Madhya Pradesh,
 India
Elevation 550.20 metres (1,805.1 ft)
Line(s) Mumbai - Indore (Broad Gauge), Jaipur-Ajmer-Ratlam-Indore-Khandwa-Akola-Purna ( Broad gauge except Ratlam - Akola
Connections Taxi Stand, Auto Stand
Platforms 5 (2 MG, 3BG)
Tracks 8 (3 MG, 5 BG)
Parking Yes
Bicycle facilities Yes
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 1921; 93 years ago (1921)
Electrified 2011
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code INDB
Owned by Indian Railways
Fare zone Western Railway Zone

Indore Junction railway station (Station Code : INDB), is the main railway junction station of Indore City in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Structure and Location[edit]

Platform number 3 of Indore Junction BG

The railway station of Indore Junction BG is located on Broad Gauge line. It consists of 4 main railway platforms.The Ujjain-Indore route and Indore Junction were recently electrified. The Station is located 1 km away from the city centre. It is an ISO CERTIFIED STATION OF INDIA.[citation needed]

Connectivity[edit]

Coach centre of Indore

The Indore Junction BG is a broad gauge station so is the name. Its route is connected with Ujjain Junction to the north west, Indore Mhow to the south, Dewas Junction to the north and Khandwa Junction to the south east. Being an junction station, it is well connected to Bhopal, Ujjain, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Katni, Khandwa, Ratlam and Bina within the state and almost every other states of India.

Important Trains[edit]

Narmada Express departing from Indore

The following trains run from Indore Jn. BG :

Super Fast Trains[edit]

Mail/Express Trains[edit]

Express Trains[edit]

Express/Passenger Trains[edit]

Fast Passenger Trains[edit]

Passenger Trains[edit]

  • 52967/52968 Indore – Mhow Passenger
  • 59379/59380 Indore – Maksi Passenger
  • 59307/59308 Indore – Ujjain Passenger

Suburban Trains[edit]

Indore Suburban Railway System
Choral
Patalpani
Mhow
Pithampur
Rau
Indore New Rajendra Nagar Terminus
Rajendra Nagar
Indore Lokmanya Nagar
Indore Saifi Nagar
Indore Junction MG
Indore Lakshmibai Nagar
Shipra
Dewas
A Meter Gauge train at Indore Junction MG

The Indore Suburban Railway is a commuter rail system serving the Indore Metropolitan Region. It is operated by Indian Railways' zonal Western Railways (WR). It has the highest passenger density of any urban railway system in Madhya Pradesh. The trains plying on its routes are commonly referred to as local trains or simply as locals.

Indore is the centre of an extensive radial commuter railway network which is serving the surrounding metropolitan area. In contrast to the more developed regional network in Ratlam, only two rail lines currently cross Indore: the Metre gauge route passes through the city centre with services running between the northern and southern suburbs, and between the more distant towns of Ujjain in the north and Khandwa on the south.

Sub-urban stations of Indore[edit]

The city of Indore has 9 other railway stations which are:

Station Name Station Code Railway Zone Total Platforms
Indore Junction INDM Western Railway 4
Lakshmibai Nagar ILBN Western Railway 3
Rajendra Nagar RJQ Western Railway 3
Lokmanya Nagar ILN Western Railway 2
Mhow MHOW Western Railway 2
Rau RAU Western Railway 2
Saifi Nagar SFN Western Railway 1
Patalpani PTP Western Railway 1

See also[edit]

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