Tughlakabad railway station
|Indian Railway Station|
|Elevation||213.317 metres (699.86 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northern Railway|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
Tughlakabad railway station serves around 33,000 passengers every day.
Tughlakabad metro station is about 1 km from Tughlakabad railway station. It is on the Violet Line of Delhi Metro. The line operates underground from Kashmere gate till Jangpura metro station. From there it is an elevated line till Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabhgarh) metro station. The Violet Line was opened up to Sarita Vihar in 2010 and up to Badarpur in 2011.
Tughlakabad electric loco shed is a West Central Railway shed located in Northern Railway territory. It was a Western Railway shed till 2003. It was originally built to serve freight traffic on the busy Delhi-Mumbai route. It houses more than 250 locos of WAP-7 and WAG-9.
Yards and depotsEdit
Tughlakabad marshalling yard is a mechanized hump yard with retarders. It has an Inland Container depot with container freight station and also a domestic container terminal.
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|Tamilnadu Express speeds through Tughlakabad|
|Tughlakabad metro station|
|Preceding station||Indian Railways||Following station|
|Northern Railway zone|