|Operator(s)||East Central Railway|
|Line length||92 km (57 mi)|
|Track gauge||Broad Gauge 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||25kV 50Hz AC OHLE in 2003.|
Source: Google maps
In 1952, Eastern Railway, Northern Railway and North Eastern Railway were formed. Eastern Railway was formed with a portion of East Indian Railway Company, east of Mughalsarai and Bengal Nagpur Railway. Northern Railway was formed with a portion of East Indian Railway Company west of Mughalsarai, Jodhpur Railway, Bikaner Railway and Eastern Punjab Railway. North Eastern Railway was formed with Oudh and Tirhut Railway, Assam Railway and a portion of Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway. East Central Railway was created in 1996-97.
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