Himachal Pradesh Railways


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Railway Maps of Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh Railway Map



Himachal Pradesh is situated in Northern India and comprises of 12 districts. Himachal Pradesh has a total area of 55,673 sq km but railway track is accessible to just a few places in Himachal Pradesh as the region is mountainous. Himachal Pradesh has two narrow-gauge rail tracks. The Kalka-Shimla railway track (about 96 km) and the Pathankot-Jogindernagar track (about 113 km). Both tracks are commercially unviable but are operated only because of their heritage value. The state has around 15 main railway stations. The Himachal Pradesh railway map shows the various stations, routes and places of importance accurately and will be helpful in guiding the travelers to their destination. Some important railway stations in Himachal Pradesh are: Barog, Dharmpur, Simla, Solan, Summer Hill, Shoghi, etc.

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Last Updated on : 19/04/2013

     


     

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