How many railway stations are in Chennai?
There are 504 railway stations in Tamil Nadu. The 5 main Tamil Nadu railway stations are Chennai Central, Tambaram, Chennai Egmore, Chengalpattu, Coimbatore Junction.
Train Stations and Station Code of Tamil Nadu.
|Station Name||Chennai Egmore|
Which is the biggest railway station in Tamilnadu?
Tiruchirappalli Junction is the second largest railway station in Tamil Nadu and one of the busiest railway station in India.
Tiruchirappalli Junction railway station.
|Location||Rockins Road, Tiruchirapalli district. Tamil Nadu. PIN – 620001 India|
What is the next station after Tambaram?
Here are some popular nearby railway stations of Tambaram – Chennai Egmore (MS), Chennai Beach (MSB), Chennai Central (MAS), Mambalam (MBM), Avadi (AVD), St Thomas Mount (STM), Moore Market (MMCC), etc.
How many trains are running in Chennai?
There are 122 weekly trains running from Chennai Central. There are 53 trains originating , 28 trains passing and 41 trains terminating at Chennai Central Railway station. The first train originating/passing from Chennai Central departs at 01:55.
What is 2S train?
Second seater: 2S Second Seating, lowest class where the seats are in form of benches may or may not be with cushion. CC means AC chair car, usually preffered for short distances & is commonly found in Shatabdi trains. Seat layout are similar to bus or flights.
Which is the cleanest railway station in Tamilnadu?
Kumbakonam station is also rated as the fifth-cleanest station in India and the cleanest station in Tamil Nadu, according to the survey of major railway stations for cleanliness ranking in 2016 commissioned by the Railways.
What is the new name of Chennai Central?
Ramachandran. On 5 April 2019, the station was officially renamed as Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Central Railway Station.
Which is the oldest railway station of India?
Bori Bunder, located in Mumbai was the first railway station in India. India’s first passenger train ran from Bori Bunder to Thane in 1853. It was built by the Great Indian Peninsular Railway. This station was rebuilt as Victoria Terminus later in 1888, named after Queen Victoria.