Khandwa Junction railway station

Khandwa Junction is on the Jabalpur-Bhusaval section of Howrah-Allahabad-Mumbai line. It lies in Khandwa district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Khandwa Junction
Indian Railway Junction Station
Khandwa Junction railway station
Khandwa Junction railway station
LocationKhandwa, Khandwa District, Madhya Pradesh
Coordinates21°49′26″N 76°21′11″E / 21.824°N 76.353°ECoordinates: 21°49′26″N 76°21′11″E / 21.824°N 76.353°E
Elevation310 metres (1,020 ft)
Owned byIndian Railways
Line(s)Howrah-Allahabad-Mumbai line
Jabalpur-Bhusaval section
Gwalior-Indore-Khandwa line
Khandwa-Akola line
Bicycle facilitiesNo
Other information
Station codeKNW
Zone(s) Central Railways
Division(s) Bhusaval
Khandwa Junction railway station is located in Madhya Pradesh
Khandwa Junction railway station
Khandwa Junction railway station
Location in Madhya Pradesh


The Great Indian Peninsula Railway opened Bhusawal-Khandwa section in 1866.[1][2] khandwa


  • Saroo Brierley, Lion, New American Library, New York, 2013.


The Harda-Khandwa-Bhusaval sector was electrified in 1991-92.[3]


  1. ^ "IR History: Early Days – I". Chronology of railways in India, Part 2 (1832 - 1865). Retrieved 17 November 2013.
  2. ^ "IR History: Early Days – II". Chronology of railways in India, Part 2 (1870 - 1899). Retrieved 17 November 2013.
  3. ^ "History of Electrification". IRFCA. Retrieved 17 November 2013.

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1866 in India

Events in the year 1866 in India.


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