Lakhisarai Junction railway station

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Lakhisarai Junction
Express train and Passenger train Station
LocationLakhisarai, Lakhisarai, Bihar
Coordinates25°10′18″N 86°5′38″E / 25.17167°N 86.09389°E / 25.17167; 86.09389Coordinates: 25°10′18″N 86°5′38″E / 25.17167°N 86.09389°E / 25.17167; 86.09389
Elevation53 metres (174 ft)
Line(s)Howrah-Delhi main line
Asansol-Patna section
Gaya-Kiul line
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
Other information
Station codeLKR
Zone(s) East Central Railway zone
Division(s) Danapur
Opened1864; 155 years ago (1864)
Previous namesEast Indian Railway
Howrah–Delhi main line
0 New Delhi
DelhiUP border
More information:
Kanpur–Delhi section
131 Aligarh Junction
210 Tundla Junction
301 Etawah Junction
441 Kanpur Central
More information:
Mughalsarai–Kanpur section
635 Allahabad Junction
to Howrah–Allahabad–Mumbai line
786 Mughalsarai Junction
to Howrah–Gaya–Delhi line
More information:
Patna–Mughalsarai section
UPBihar border
881 Buxar
950 Ara Junction
Son River
990 Danapur
to Patna–Gaya line
999 Patna Junction
Punpun River
More information:
Asansol–Patna section
1044 Bakhtiyarpur Junction
to Bakhtiyarpur–Tilaiya line
1063 Barh
1088 Mokama Junction
to Mokama–Barauni section
to Gaya–Kiul line
1123 Kiul Junction
to Sahibganj loop
1150 Jamui
1176 Jhajha
BiharJharkhand border
to Jasidih–Dumka–Rampurhat line
1220 Jasidih Junction
Ajay River
to Madhupur–Giridih–Koderma line
1249 Madhupur Junction
25 Chittaranjan
JharkhandWest Bengal border
to Howrah–Gaya–Delhi line
1330 Asansol Junction
More information:
Bardhaman–Asansol section
1373 Durgapur
1437 Barddhaman Junction
More information:
Howrah–Bardhaman chord
1532 Howrah Junction

Source: India Rail Info[1]

Lakhisarai Junction also called Luckeesarai Junction station code LKR, is one of the major railway junctions in East Central Railway. Lakhisarai is connected to metropolitan areas of India, by the Delhi-Kolkata Main Line via Mugalsarai-Patna route which runs along the historic Grand Trunk road.

Line and locations[edit]

Lakhisarai Junction located on the bank of Kiul river serves the headquarters of Lakhisarai district in the Indian state of Bihar. Railways and roads are the main means of transport in the region. The district headquarters has the presence of Danapur division's main line along with Sahibganj Loop loop line.[2][3] The main line crosses the Kiul river between Kiul Junction and Lakhisarai Junction.[4] The Kiul-Nawada-Gaya branch line also starts from the Kiul Junction near to Lakhisarai.[5] Lakhisarai has a religious importance as it is the place where Mahavira, Tirthankara of Jainism, achieved Kevala Jnana. The Lakhisarai railway station is in Howrah-Patna-Mughalsarai main line. Most of the Patna, Barauni bound express trains coming from Howrah, Sealdah, Ranchi, Tatanagar stop here.


The major facilities available are waiting rooms, computerized reservation facility, reservation counter, vehicle parking.[6][7] The vehicles are allowed to enter the station premises. The station also has STD/ISD/PCO telephone booth, toilets, tea stall and book stall. Automatic ticket vending machines have been installed to reduce the queue for train tickets on the station.[8]


There is only two platforms . The platforms are interconnected with foot over bridge (FOB).[9]


The nearest airport to Lakhisarai Station are

  1. Gaya Airport 141 kilometres (88 mi)
  2. Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport, Patna 126 kilometres (78 mi)
  3. Birsa Munda Airport, Ranchi 247 kilometres (153 mi)
  4. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata


  1. ^ "12304 Poorva Express (via Howrah)". India Rail Info.
  2. ^ "About District". Official District website. Archived from the original on 10 April 2009. Retrieved 15 April 2012.
  3. ^ "Lakhisarai". Overview. BrandBihar. Retrieved 15 April 2012.
  4. ^ L.S.S. O'malley (1 January 2007). Bihar And Orissa District Gazetteers : Monghyr. Concept Publishing Company. pp. 5–. ISBN 978-81-7268-135-7. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
  5. ^ "EXECUTIVE SUMMARY". organicbihar. Archived from the original on 25 October 2010. Retrieved 15 April 2012.
  6. ^ "List of Locations (Irrespective Of States) Where Computerized Reservation Facilities Are Available". Official website of the Indian Railways. Archived from the original on 3 July 2013. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
  7. ^ "Rlys wants waiting rooms, retiring rooms vacated". The Times of India. 25 June 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
  8. ^ "8 more stations to be made models". The Times of India. 12 May 2002. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
  9. ^ "Plan to improve passenger amenities". The Times of India. 10 July 2005. Retrieved 17 April 2012.

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