Mysore Railway Junction



Being a prominent part of the South Western Railways Mysore Railway Junction shares a close proximity with the Irwin road of the city. Mysore is an important destination located in the state of Karnataka. The Railway Junction of Mysore acts as a vital transportation link which efficiently facilitates the rail network of Karnataka.

The railhead of Mysore provides train services to cities like Thanjavur, Chennai and Bangalore on a daily basis. Also, the city of Mysore is connected to Bangalore through broad gauge line. The trains which start off from the Mysore Railway Junction include such names as Chamundi Express, Shatabdi Express, Tippu Express and Bangalore Express.

Mysore Railway Junction has meter gauge connections too under which the city is linked to places like Arasikere and Chamarajanagar. While Arasikere is situated on the north-western corner of Mysore, Chamarajanagar is located on the southern part of the city.

Apart from its extensive reach of railway routes, the Railway Junction in Mysore boasts of a fully computerized reservation counter which promises prompt and error-free services.
From local travelers to global visitors everyone can avail of the computerized ticketing services of Mysore Railway Junction. The staffs of the railway junction of Mysore are quite co-operative by nature and this has helped the place achieve a distinct identity.

The information cell of Mysore Railway Junction is another facilitating wing which provides the travelers with all possible news related to the departure/arrival, ticket availability and many other important facts of the various trains.

Encouraging the smooth, safe and fast traveling of people through trains Mysore Railway Junction plays a significant role in enhancing the credibility of South Western Railways as a whole.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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