Secunderabad railway division

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Secunderabad Railway Division
Shortened form of South Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways.jpg
6-Secunderabad railway division
Reporting markSC
LocaleTelangana State, India
Dates of operation1966; 53 years ago (1966)
PredecessorSouthern Railway zone
Length1,488 km (925 mi)

Secunderabad Railway Division is one of the six divisions of South Central Railway zone (SCR) of the Indian Railways.[1] It is one of the top five divisions of Indian Railways and its divisional and zonal headquarters are at Secunderabad.[2]


Secunderabad division was formed on 2 October 1966. It had broad gauge and meter gauge, later, meter gauge was a part of Hyderabad division.[2]


It covers the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The following are the sections under the division.

Kazipet railway station
Karimnagar railway station
Secunderabad Jn. – Kazipet Jn. – Peddapalli Jn. – Ramagundam. – Balharshah Jn.
Peddapalli Jn. – Nizamabad Jn
Balharshah Jn. – Gadchandur
Bibinagar Jn. – Pagidipall
Kazipet Jn. – Dornakal Jn. – Kondapalli.
Motamarri – Mellacheruvu
Dornakal Jn. – Manuguru(completed) – Bhupalpalle -Ramagundam(survey completed but government not allocating funds)
Kesarapalli – Singareni
Secunderabad Jn. – Vikarabad Jn. – Latur Road Jn – Parli Vaijnath
Vikarabad Jn. – Wadi Jn.
Vijayawada- Warangal[3]


The division contributes 64% of freight and over 35% of passenger traffic to South Central Railway. During 2011–12, the division revorded total earnings of 3,958 crore (US$570 million). The division has 22,178 employees. During 2012–13, the division carried a total of 32.14 million passengers, 17.48 t (17.20 long tons; 19.27 short tons) of freight with gross earnings of 1,264.02 crore (US$180 million).[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "South Central Railway Divisions". Portal of Indian Railways. South Central Railway. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  2. ^ a b c "Brief Introduction of Division". South Central Railway. Portal of Indian Railways. Retrieved 8 September 2014.
  3. ^ "Overview of Warangal Station". indiarailinfo. Retrieved 8 September 2014.