Vandalur railway station

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Station of Chennai Suburban Railway and Southern Railways
Vandalur railway station
Location National Highway 45, Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates 13°04′41″N 80°15′42″E / 13.0780°N 80.2616°E / 13.0780; 80.2616Coordinates: 13°04′41″N 80°15′42″E / 13.0780°N 80.2616°E / 13.0780; 80.2616
Owned by Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways
Line(s) South and South West lines of Chennai Suburban Railway
Platforms 3
Tracks 7
Structure type Standard on-ground station
Parking Available
Other information
Station code VDR
Fare zone Southern Railways
Electrified 9 January 1965[1]
Previous names South Indian Railway

Vandalur railway station is one of the railway stations of the Chennai BeachChengalpattu section of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network. It serves the neighbourhood of Vandalur, a suburb of Chennai. It is situated at a distance of 34 km from Chennai Beach junction and is located on NH 45 in Vandalur, with an elevation of 37 m above sea level.


The lines at the station were electrified on 9 January 1965, with the electrification of the Tambaram—Chengalpattu section.[1]

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

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