Railway stations in Nigeria
Railway stations in Nigeria include:
Cities served by railEdit
The East (E) and West (W) lines are connected by the Link Line.
- Apapa (W) - Lagos. Port ; flour mill ; oil terminals 
- Lagos (W) - Terminus station
- Yaba (W) - Lagos suburban railway
- Oshodi (W) - Lagos suburban railway
- Ikeja (W) - Lagos suburban railway
- Agege (W) - Lagos suburban railway
- Agbado (W) - Lagos suburban railway
- Ijoko (W) - terminus of suburban trains, 2013 
- Abeokuta (W)
- Agege (W) - junction
- Ibadan (W)
- Oshogbo (W)
- Ilorin (W)
- Zungeru (W) - bridge
- Minna (W) - junction for Baro
- Kaduna (W) - junction for East Line; junction for Abuja
- Zaria (WX) - junction for Kaura Namoda (W)
- Kano (W)
- Nguru (W) - terminus near Niger border
- Kaduna (W) - junction for East Line cross country
- Idon (WE)
- Kafanchan (E) - junction to West Line cross country
Central Line 1435mmEdit
This line is isolated from the East and West lines.
- Itakpe (C) - iron ore 
- Ajaokuta (C)
- Ovu (49m) (C)
- (incomplete 22 km)
- Warri (C) - A line to Warri was planned; contractor paid October 2009; completion unknown.
- Port Harcourt (E)
- Aba (E)
- Enugu (E)
- Otukpo (E)
- Igumale (E)
- Makurdi (E) - major bridge
- Kafanchan (E) - junction to West Line
- Kuru (E) - junction for Jos
- Bauchi (E) - was 762 mm (2 ft 6 in)  and part of Bauchi Light Railway.
- (built 1961) 
- Gombe (E),
- Maiduguri (E) (terminus) - nearest railhead to Chad
- Lagos-Abuja (615 km);
- Ajaokuta-Obajana-Jakura-Boro-Abuja with an additional line from Otukpo;
- Zaria-Kaura Namoda-Nnewi-Owerri-Illela-Birni to Konni in the Niger Republic (520 km);
- Benin City-Agbor-Onicha-Nnewi-Owerri-Aba
- Eganyi-Lokoja-Abaji-Abuja (280 km). * 
- Kauran Namoda (0 km) railhead 
- Birnin Kebbi
- (about 250 km) - border
Metro and Light RailEdit
The first phase of Abuja Light Rail opened in July 2018.
- Google. "Yaba railway station" (Map). Google Maps. Google.
- Google. "Agege railway station" (Map). Google Maps. Google.
- Google. "Agbado railway station" (Map). Google Maps. Google.
- Railway Gazette International October 2009 page 11
- Railway Gazette International October 2008, p817 (map)