including Gajraula-Najibabad branch line
|Track length||New Delhi-Moradabad: 167 km (104 mi)
Gajraula-Najibabad: 107 km (66 mi)
|Track gauge||1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in) broad gauge|
|Highest elevation||New Delhi 239 m (784 ft), Moradabad 201 m (659 ft)|
The Delhi–Moradabad line is a railway line connecting Delhi and Moradabad the latter in the Indian state of the Uttar Pradesh. The Gajraula-Najibabad branch line is included in this line. The line is under the administrative jurisdiction of Northern Railway.
The Delhi-Ghaziabad-Hapur-Moradabad line, as of 19 January 2016, is a fully electrified double line. The Gajraula-Najibabad branch line is still a single line with diesel traction only.
Since this stretch is now electrified, this stretch would start seeing electric locomotives mostly.
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