Dehu Road railway station

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Dehu Road
Pune Suburban Railway Station
LocationDehu Road Cantonment, Dist. Pune.
India
Coordinates18°40′49″N 73°44′04″E / 18.6803°N 73.7344°E / 18.6803; 73.7344Coordinates: 18°40′49″N 73°44′04″E / 18.6803°N 73.7344°E / 18.6803; 73.7344
Owned byIndian Railways
Line(s)Pune Suburban Railway
Platforms5
Tracks6
Construction
ParkingYes
Other information
Station codeDEHR
Fare zoneCentral Railway
ElectrifiedYes
Services
Indian Railways
Preceding station   Pune Suburban Railway   Following station
toward Lonavala
Lonavala Line
Main Line

Dehu Road Railway Station is an important[by whom?] suburban railway station of Pune Suburban Railway. It is on the Mumbai - Pune Railway route. It is owned by central railways department of Indian Railways. It has five platforms, six lines and one footbridge. This Station was built for access to Dehu Road Cantonment. Today also this station is used for Indian Army.

Nearby areas are very famous[by whom?] Dehu village, and Pune's new international cricket stadium Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.

Suburban[edit]

  1. Pune Junction - Lonavla Locals.
  2. Pune Junction - Talegaon Locals.
  3. Shivajinagar - Lonavla Local.
  4. Shivajinagar - Talegaon Local.

Express & Passengers[edit]

  1. Mumbai - Kolhapur Sahyadri Express.
  2. Pune - Karjat Passenger.
  3. Mumbai - Pandharpur Passenger.
  4. Mumbai - Bijapur - Mumbai Passenger.
  5. Mumbai - Shirdi Passenger.

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