Balharshah Junction railway station
|Indian Railway Junction Station|
|Elevation||188 metres (617 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Central Railway|
Gondia-Nagbhir-Balharshah branch line
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
The Gondia-Nagbhir-Nagpur line was opened for traffic in 1908. The Nagbhir-Rajoli line was opened in 1913 and extended up to Chanda Fort. Work for conversion to broad gauge of the 240 km (149 mi) narrow gauge Gondia-Chanda Fort line started in December 1992. The fourth phase covering Nagbhir-Chanda Fort section was opened on 13 January 1999 and the Chanda Fort-Balharshah section was opened from 2 July 1999.
The Ramagundam-Balharshah-Wardha-Nagpur sector was electrified in 1988-89. The Gondia-Nagbhir-Balharshah line was electrified in 2018.
The railway station has computerized reservation counters, STD/PCO booth, retiring room, waiting room, vegetarian and non-vegetarian refreshments and book stall.
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|Tamil Nadu Express Entering Balharpur Junction|
|Preceding station||Indian Railways||Following station|
|Central Railway zone|
|Terminus||South East Central Railway zone|