Kanyakumari railway station

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Kanyakumari Railway Station (Station code: CAPE) is the biggest station in Kanyakumari District. It is a part Trivandrum railway division. It's the southern most railway station in India. The Kanyakumari rail station lies within close proximity to the main city. The railway service in Kanyakumari is well developed. The distance of Kanyakumari railway station from the Kanyakumari beach is only 1 km. Kanyakumari maintains a good communication with some of the major cities of India with the help of its railway network. The railway route from Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari is currently considered to be the longest railway route.


It has direct trains for Chennai, Rameswaram, New Delhi, Howrah, Bangalore, Mumbai C.S.T, Jammu etc.

Trains originating from Kanyakumari Railway Station[edit]

No. Train No: Origin Destination Train Name
1. 12633/12634 Kanyakumari Chennai Egmore Chennai Egmore Kanyakumari SF Express
2. 22621/22622 Kanyakumari Rameswaram Rameswaram Kanyakumari SF Express
3. 12642/12643 Kanyakumari Hazrat Nizamudin Thirukkural Superfast Express
4. 15906/15907 Kanyakumari Dibrugarh Dibrugarh - Trivandrum Central - Kanyakumari Vivek Express
5. 12665/12666 Kanyakumari Howrah Howrah-Kanyakumari Express
6. 16381/16382 Kanyakumari Mumbai CST Mumbai CST - Kanniyakumari Jayanti Janata Express
7. 16526/16527 Kanyakumari Bangalore Bangalore - Kanniyakumari (Island) Express
8. 16318/16319 Kanyakumari Jammu Tawi Himsagar Express via; Trivandrum Central
9. 56528/56529 Kanyakumari Nagercoil Nagercoil Kanyakumari Passenger
10. 66305/66304 Kanyakumari Kollam(Quilon) Kollam MEMU
11. 56716/56715 Kanyakumari Punalur Punalur Passenger



  • Computer Reservation Center
  • Fully access enabled Auto Stand
  • Waiting room
  • Drinking Water Facility
  • Public Addressing System
  • Foot over bridge
  • Cloak room
  • Food & Fruit Stalls
  • Telephone Booths
  • Computer Unreserved tickets