Tundla Junction is an important rail head in Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the Delhi–Kanpur main line. It is located just 25 km from Agra City. Tundla is a technical halt for changing drivers and guards for almost all trains the New Delhi–Mughalsarai / Lucknow sections. The station was built by the Britishers and still remains essentially unchanged. The railway station is a site in itself and takes one back to pre Independence era.
29 December 2002: Konkan Railway conducts a trial run of the Madgaon–Roha Express at 150 km/h (briefly touching 165 km/h at times) using a WDP-4 loco. Also in December (confirmation needed) NR is said to have run trials with a WDP-4 hauling at train at up to 180 km/h on the Ghaziabad–Tundla section.
13–21 December 2003 : Trials with weak field arrangement for MEMUs on the Tundla–Kanpur section of NCR. With a 'dense crush load' and stopping at all stations, a 4-car MEMU rake could decrease its total running time by 7% with a max. speed of 90 km/h and 10% with a max. speed of 100 km/h on the 228 km section, because of the improved acceleration.