Route map of Guntur Division showing
|Operator(s)||South Central Railway|
|Line length||238.49 km (148 mi)|
|Track length||130 km (81 mi)|
|Number of tracks||1|
|Track gauge||1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in) Broad gauge|
The Guntur-Macherla section was opened in 1930. A new railway line from Bibinagar to Nadikudi was started in 1974 and foundation stone was laid by then Prime minister of India Indira Gandhi on 7 April 1974 and opened for traffic in 1989 there by making connectivity between Guntur Junction and Secunderabad Junction.
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