Railway stations in South Sudan

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Railways in Sudan
A train travelling towards Wau

All railway stations in South Sudan are on the Babonasa-Wau line, which was built from 1959 to 1962. During the Second Sudanese Civil War, the line was badly damaged and parts of the line were mined, but with $250 million from United Nations funds it was fully restored in 2010[1]

Gauge[edit]

The existing line from Sudan is 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge, however new lines to Ethiopia and Kenya are to be 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) gauge.

Stations[edit]

Babanusa - Wau line[edit]

Babanosa-Wau line
from Khartoum
0 Babanusa Junction
to Nyala
18,5 Al-Bashma
34,6 Al-Muglad
to Abu Dschabra Oil Terminal
56,9 Al Wadi
63,2 Abu Agbar
79,1 Hidlim Halt
97,4 Al-Fuda
116,2 Hereika
132,7 Al-Mairum
151,3 Attijat Halt
170,9 Bahr al-Arab
185,3 Gok Halt
195,5 Border Sudan/South Sudan
203,0 Malwal
221,4 Makair Halt
240,2 Mabjor
261,5 Aryat
273,1 Wed Well
293,6 Wudom Halt
309,2 Aweil
328,7 Fangab
346,4 Fango Halt
351,5 Malek
364,5 Mondet
377,8 Gana Halt
395,0 Kangi
412,1 Getti Halt
425,6 Atiedo
434,8 Wat Riet
445,5 Wau

Proposed[edit]

Maps[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sudan Opens North-South Railway". Railway Technology. Retrieved 2016-07-24. 
  2. ^ bonface (2015-04-10). "US$3.2bn Standard Gauge Railway line to connect Uganda and S.Sudan". Constructionreviewonline.com. Retrieved 2016-07-24.