Kasara railway station
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Kasara was called Kassarah during the British Raj. For outstation trains, it is a technical halt, where bankers (generally WAG 5 or WAG 7) are attached behind the trains to enable it to cross the tough and high gradient Kasara Ghat. Earlier the station was electrified with a DC 1.5 kV traction system, but on 19 February 2006, it was changed to an AC 25 kV 50 Hz system.
MSRTC BUS and Shared taxis to Nasik Road, jawhar, Mokhada, Rajur and Akole are also available from the. station.
- "Train Time Table Between mumbai_cst and kasara(12:00 am to 1:00 am)". Transport for Mumbai. Retrieved 2 June 2018.