Mumbra railway station

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Mumbra
मुंब्रा
Mumbai Suburban Railway station
Mumbra railway station - stationboard.jpg
Location Mumbra, Thane district
Coordinates 19°10′36″N 73°01′20″E / 19.176667°N 73.02222°E / 19.176667; 73.02222Coordinates: 19°10′36″N 73°01′20″E / 19.176667°N 73.02222°E / 19.176667; 73.02222
Elevation 5.75 metres (18.9 ft)
Owned by Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways
Line(s) Central Line
Platforms 02
Tracks 2
Other information
Fare zone Central Railways
History
Opened 1865[citation needed]
Electrified Yes
Services
Preceding station  
Indian Railways Suburban Railway Logo.svg
MSR
  Following station
Central Line
Main Line
toward Kalyan
Location
Mumbra is located in Mumbai
Mumbra
Mumbra
Location within Mumbai

Mumbra is a railway station on the Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network.

It got its name from the Mumbadevi temple located on the hill near to the station.

Most of the fast locals coming from Kalyan or from Mumbai bypass through the Parsik Tunnel which is 1.3 km in length and it was once the third largest tunnel of Asia. This tunnel lies on the fast track and has one entry and one exit point in Mumbra. It is the first railway tunnel that was built in India and is more than hundred years old, by the British Empire. It is in the Sahyadri Ranges of Maharashtra and those hills are known as Parsik Hills.

Mumbra railway station - Overview

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