Railway stations in Sudan
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Railway stations in Sudan include:
- Wadi Halfa - N - potential break-of-gauge with Egypt
- Abu Hamed - N junction for Karima
- Atbara - N - junction and workshops
- Port Sudan - E
- Jubayt - N
- Sinkat - N
- Hayya - N - junction
- Khartoum - C - national capital
- Kassala - E - stillborn link to Eritrea
- Gedaref - E
- Wad Medani - C
- Sannar - S - junction to West
- Rabak - east bank of River Nile; bridge; junction to south to Al Jabalayn
- Al Jabalayn - C - branch terminus
- Kosti - C - west bank of River Nile; bridge
- Tandalti - W
- Abu Zabad - W
- Ar Rahad - S - junction
- Babanusa - S - junction
- Uwayl - S - South Sudan
- Waw - S - terminus - on Jur River - South Sudan
- Kassala - nearest station in Sudan to former link line to Eritrea
- Teseney, Eritrea - discontinued - break of gauge 1067mm/950mm
(connection to Uganda - North to South) - Electrification proposed
- Wau - 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge
- Juba - port on River Nile ; national capital
- Nimule - border
- Gulu1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) gauge
- Tororo, Uganda
- Pakwach - port on White Nile
(connection to Kenya)
(connection to Ethiopia)
- Egypt-Sudan Railway Committee
- Transport in Sudan
- Rail transport in Sudan
- Railway stations in Egypt
- Railway stations in Eritrea
- Railway stations in Ethiopia
- Railway stations in South Sudan
- Railway stations in Uganda
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