Goa Rail Network Map



Goa Railway Map

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Goa Railway Map SOUTH GOA NORTH GOA MAHARASHTRA KARNATAKA
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*Railway Map of Goa Showing the major railway network of Goa.

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Goa is also well connected by rail. If you want to know about the Trains to Goa, here's some information for you. The high-speed Konkan Railway has a daily train which hardly takes around 8-9 hours. Other trains between Mumbai and Panaji take around 10-12 hours. There are trains from Goa even past Mumbai to other northern areas of India right up to Delhi and down south to Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala.

The Konkan Railway has special reservation facility via the internet for foreigners which allow payment to be made by credit cards. There are also computerized reservation systems in most metros; but as the demand for the rail journey is quite high and most trains run filled to capacity, it is recommended to get your tickets reserved well in advance of your actual journey to Goa.

Goa has two major railway stations - Margao and Vasco-da-Gama Both these stations are located in the southern area of the state. The South Central Railway terminus is at Vasco-da-Gama and the Konkan Railway terminus is at Margao. All the trains usually halt for a few minutes at a number of other smaller stations in Goa. The South Central Railway has one train, the Nizamuddin-Goa Express coming in daily in the early morning. This train departs from Delhi and comes to Goa via Pune.

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Last Updated on : 8/06/2013






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