Delhi Railway

The Delhi Railway (reporting mark DR) was a railway company that operated in British India.[1] It later merged with Scinde Railway, Punjab Railway and Indus Steam Flotilla to form the Scinde, Punjab & Delhi Railway.[2]

Delhi Railway
IndustryRailways
SuccessorScinde, Punjab & Delhi Railway
Defunct1870
Headquarters,
Area served
Punjab
ServicesRail transport

References

  1. ^ Mathur, Yaduvansh Bahadur (1973). British Administration of Punjab, 1849-75. Surjeet Book Depot. p. 121. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  2. ^ The Railway News and Joint-Stock Journal, Volume 13. London. 1870. p. 621. The scheme for amalgamating the Scine Railway, the Indus Flotilla, the Punjaub Railway, and the Delhi Railway into one united undertaking, as from the 1st of July, 1870, was taken as read.
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