Ernakulam Town railway station
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|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||Ernakulum North, Kochi, Kerala
•Ernakulam-Chennai (via Shoranur-Coimbatore)
•Ernakulam-Mumbai (via Shoranur-Kozhikode-Konkan railway)
|Connections||Kaloor Private Bus Stand|
|Division(s)||Kochi Railway Division|
Ernakulam Town (also known as Ernakulam North, code: ERN) is one of the three main railway stations in the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India. The station is operated by the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways and is an 'A grade' station under Thiruvananthapuram Railway division. It is situated in the northern part of the city and the stopping point for trains going towards mainly to Kottayam side in the south. This is a convenient station to alight for passengers travelling to Northern suburbs of Kochi city and nearby areas. The station has only 2 platforms. The major railway station in Kochi is the Ernakulam Junction railway station.
Local name of the station
Among Kochites, this station is referred to as "Ernakulam North" or simply "North" as it is in the Northern part of Kochi, to distinguish it from Ernakulam Junction which in turn is referred to as (and was officially called for a long time as) "Ernakulam South" or simply "South".
- Computerised Reservation Ticket Counter
- Computerised Unreserved Ticket Counter
- Pre Paid Auto
- Foot Overbridge
- Escalator and subways
- "Ernakulam Town - India Rail Info". Indiarailinfo. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
- Ernakulam Junction
- Cochin Harbour Terminus
- Tripunithura railway station
- Transport in Kochi
- Karunagappalli railway station
- Indian Railways
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