Hyderabad Deccan railway station

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Hyderabad Deccan
హైదరాబా ద్డెక్కన్
हैदराबाद डेक्कन
Express train, Passenger train and Commuter rail station
Hyb railway station building.jpg
Front view of the station
Other names Nampally railway station
Location Nampally, Hyderabad, Telangana
India
Coordinates 17°23′33″N 78°28′03″E / 17.3924°N 78.4675°E / 17.3924; 78.4675Coordinates: 17°23′33″N 78°28′03″E / 17.3924°N 78.4675°E / 17.3924; 78.4675
Elevation 1,759 ft (536 m)
Platforms 6
Other information
Station code HYB
Zone(s) South Central Railway zone
Division(s) Secunderabad
History
Opened 1907; 110 years ago (1907)
Electrified 2003; 14 years ago (2003)

The Hyderabad Deccan railway station, popularly known as Nampally railway station, is located at Nampally, a locality in Hyderabad.

Administration[edit]

It falls under the Secunderabad Division of South Central Railway while Kacheguda comes under Hyderabad Division of SCR. The station serves the city of Hyderabad by rail to and from many important towns and cities in the country.

MMTS Rail[edit]

Nampally Railway Station is a train station in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Localities like Salar Jung Museum, Charminar and Hyderguda are accessible from this station. MMTS Trains run from Hyderabad Deccan to Lingampally/Falaknuma.

Developments[edit]

The station is powered by 228 kW (306 hp) solar power plant costing 1.3 crore (US$200,000) funded by Persistant Foundation and EPC completed by Sunshot Technologies.[1]

Solar Power Plant at Hyderabad Railway Station

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