Gwalior Railways



Gwalior railways is one of the major means of transportation that can be availed for traveling to the city. Gwalior, being a renowned historical city of the country of India, attracts many tourists from all over the world. Hence, this city has to cater to the transportation needs of many visitors. The railways of Gwalior are a very significant part of the well developed transportation system of Gwalior.

One of the important reasons for preferring the railways at Gwalior over other means of transportation is the easy accessibility of the railway station. The Gwalior railway station is situated within the main city area. The station is located on the main Mumbai-Delhi and Chennai-Delhi rail connection.

The railway station of Gwalior is equipped with the modern amenities. There are many trains that communicate between Gwalior and other important places of the country like Agra and Delhi. Two of the most well known train services are offered by the Shatabdi Express and the Taj. Some other major trains that connect Delhi with Gwalior are Malwa Express, Karnataka Express, Punjab Mail and Chambal Express.

The city is also well connected to other regions like Jaipur, Mathura, Lucknow, Chanderi, Bhopal, Indore, Khajuraho, Jhansi, Shivpuri and Ujjain.

Some important rail distances for Gwalior are as follows: Agra - 118 km, Delhi - 321 km, Mathura and Jaipur - 350 km, Chanderi - 239 km, Lucknow and Bhopal - 423 km, Jhansi - 101 km, Indore - 486 km, Ujjain - 455 km, Khajuraho - 275 km and Shivpuri - 114 km.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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