Thirumullaivoyal railway station

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Thirumullaivoyal
Station of Chennai Suburban Railway and Southern Railways
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Thirumullaivoyal railway station
LocationThirumullaivoyal, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Owned byMinistry of Railways, Indian Railways
Line(s)West, West North and West South lines of Chennai Suburban Railway
Platforms2 (Island platform)
Tracks4
Construction
Structure typeStandard on-ground station
ParkingAvailable
Other information
Station codeTMVL
Fare zoneSouthern Railways
History
Electrified29 November 1979[1]
Previous namesSouth Indian Railway
Location
Thirumullaivoyal is located in India
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Location within India
Thirumullaivoyal is located in Tamil Nadu
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Thirumullaivoyal (Tamil Nadu)

Thirumullaivoyal railway station is one of the railway stations on the Chennai CentralArakkonam section of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network. It serves the neighbourhoods of moondru nagar, Jayalakshmi Nagar, Senthil Nagar and Thirumullaivoyal and a suburb of Chennai located 17 km west of the city centre. It is situated at Senthil Nagar near Ambattur and has an elevation of 21.73 m above sea level.

History[edit]

Thirumullaivoyal station towards the eastern side

The first lines in the station were electrified on 29 November 1979, with the electrification of the Chennai Central–Tiruvallur section. Additional lines at the station were electrified on 2 October 1986, with the electrification of the Villivakkam–Avadi section.[1]

Layout[edit]

Thirumullaivoyal station towards the western side
Footbridge at the station

The station is the newest one in the Chennai Central-Arakkonam section.[citation needed] There are four tracks—two serving exclusively for the suburban trains. The suburban tracks are served by an island platform, on which the station building is situated. A footbridge connects the platform with the neighbourhood.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "IR Electrification Chronology up to 31.03.2004". History of Electrification. IRFCA.org. Retrieved 17 November 2012.

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