List of the Major Railways Zones in India

08-SEP-2017 16:20

The Indian Railways is divided into 1 Zones and around 73 sub-divisional Zonal headquarter. North Zone is the largest Railway Zone of Indian Railways. There are three types of rail lines in India: Broad Gauge; Meter Gauge; and Narrow Gauge.

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Here, we are giving the list of the Major Railways Zones in India which can be used as quick revision GK study material in the preparation of different competitive examinations is given below:

List of the Major Railways Zones in India

Railway Zone

Zonal Headquarter

  Division

Central Railway

Mumbai

1. Mumbai
2. Nagpur
3. Bhusawal
4. Pune
5. Sholapur 

Eastern Railway

Kolkata

1. Howrah-I
2. Howrah-II
3. Sealdah
4. Malda
5. Asansol
6. Chitaranjan

East Central Railway

Hajipur

1. Danapur
2. Mugalsarai
3. Dhanbad
4. Sonpur
5. Samastipur

East Coast Railway

Bhubaneshwar

1.  Khurda Road
2. Waltair
3. Sambhalpur

Northern Railway

Baroda House, New Delhi

1. Delhi-I
2. Delhi-II
3. Ambala
4. Moradabad
5. Lucknow
6. Firozpur

North Central  Railway

Allahabad

1. Allahabad
2. Jhansi
3. Agra

North Eastern  Railway

Gorakhpur

1. Izzatnagar
2. Lucknow
3. Varanasi
4. DLW

North Frontier  Railway

Maligaon, Guwahati

1. Katihar
2. Alipurduar
3. Rangiya
4. Lumding
5. Tinsukhia

North Western Railway

Jaipur

1. Jaipur
2. Jodhpur
3. Bikaner
4. Ajmer

Southern  Railway

Chennai

1. Chennai
2. Madurai
3. Palghat
4. Trichy
5. Trivendrum

South Central Railway

Secunderabad

1. Secunderabad
2. Hyderabad
3. Guntakal
4. Vijaywada
5. Nanded

South Eastern Railway

Garden Reach, Kolkata

1. Kharagpur
2. Adra
3. Chakradharpur
4. Ranchi
5. Shalimar

South East Central  Railway

Bilaspur

1. Bilaspur
2. Nagpur
3. Raipur

South Western Railway

Hubli

1. Bangalore
2. Mysore
3. Hubli
4. RWF/YNK

Western Railway

Mumbai CST

1. BCT
2. Vadodara
3. Ahmedabad
4. Ratlam
5. Rajkot
6. Bhavnagar

West Central Railway

Jabalpur

1. Jabalpur
2. Bhopal
3. Kota

Kolkata Metro

Kolkata

1. Kolkata Metro

First train in India was started by Lord Dalhousie on April 16, 1853 from Bombay to thane (34 Kms). Indian Railways was nationalised in 1950 and presently, it is the largest Railway Network in Asia and second largest in the world. In the above list of the Major Railways Zones in India that will help the aspirants to attune and equipped for examinations like UPSC, IAS, SSC, CDS, NDA, Railways etc.

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