Kadakola railway station

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Indian Railway Station
Junction station
Kadakola Railway Station.jpg
Kadakola Railway Workshop
Location Mysore District, Karnataka
Coordinates 12°18′59″N 76°38′43″E / 12.3163°N 76.6454°E / 12.3163; 76.6454Coordinates: 12°18′59″N 76°38′43″E / 12.3163°N 76.6454°E / 12.3163; 76.6454
Elevation 760m
Platforms 2
Structure type Standard (on ground station)
Parking Yes
Other information
Status Functioning
Station code
Zone(s) South Western Railway
Division(s) Mysore railway division
Opened 2008

Kadakola is a railway station on Mysore-Chamarajanagar branch line. The station is located in Mysore district, Karnataka state, India.


Kadakola railway station is located at Kadakola town near Nanjangud in Mysore district.


The project cost 313 crore (US$44 million). The gauge conversion work of the 61 kilometres (38 mi) stretch was completed.[1] There are six trains running forward and backward in this route. Five of them are slow moving passenger trains.[2]


The station serves only slow trains to Chamarajanagar town. There are trains at 5.00 am, 7.30 am, 9.10 am, 10.30 am, 12.30pm, 2.50pm and 6.45pm towards Chamarajanagar.


  1. ^ "Nanjangud-Chamarajanagar rail line inaugurated". The Hindu. Chamarajanagar. 12 November 2014. Retrieved 14 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Work on new railway line will begin this month". The Times of India. Mysore. 7 February 2014. Retrieved 14 August 2016.