Dildarnagar Junction railway station
View of Dildarnagar Junction
|Location||Dildarnagar, Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Line(s)||Howrah-Delhi main line|
|Zone(s)||East Central Railway zone|
|Previous names||East Indian Railway|
|Passengers||15,000 per day|
Dildarnagar Junction railway station is the railway station in Dildarnagar, Uttar Pradesh which caters 10,000 passengers to their destinations. It is the busiest railway station in the Ghazipur district.
It is the junction where the Dildarnagar/Tarighat line is separated from Delhi-Howrah Line. Ghazipur is now well supplied with railways. For many years the main line of the East Indian Railway, which crosses the District south of the Ganges, was the only line ; a branch was subsequently made from Dildarnagar to Tari Ghat.
A branch line from Dildarnagar was constructed as a provincial state railway.This branch with a station at nagsar and its terminus at Tarighat was opened on the south bank of ganga,opposite ghazipur 19.31 km (12.00 mi) from Dildarnagar.
It is located near the Usia and Raksahan stadium in Dildarnagar. A rail overbridge is also there (bearing the same name).
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