Lingaraj Temple Road railway station
|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||Ekamra Marg, Palashpalli, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||East Coast Railway|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
Lingaraj Temple Road is halt station located in Bhubaneswar city.
The railway station
Lingaraj Temple Road railway station is located at an altitude of 39m. It has been allotted the code- LGTR and functions within the jurisdiction of Khurda Road railway division.
During the period 1893 to 1896, 1,287 km (800 mi) of the East Coast State Railway, from Vijayawada to Cuttack was built and opened to traffic, and construction of the Vijayawada-Chennai link in 1899 enabled the through running of trains along the eastern coast of India. Bengal Nagpur Railway was working on both the Howrah-Kharagpur and Kharagpur-Cuttack lines, completed the bridge over the Rupnarayan in 1900 and the Mahanadi in 1901, thus completing the through connection between Chennai and Kolkata.
Bhubaneswar Yard and Khurda Road-Bhubaneswar section was electrified in 2001-02. Bhubaneswar-Barang section was electrified in 2002-03.
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Bhubaneswar travel guide from Wikivoyage
|Preceding station||Indian Railways||Following station|
|East Coast Railway zone|