Indore Railway StationOne of the largest cities in Madhya Pradesh, Indore is renowned for the monuments and palaces underlining the glory of the bygone era. The old forts and temples speaks of the rule sustained by the state with special emphasis on the architectural marvel which is quiet awe inspiring. History erupts before you on a visit to these citadels giving a vague insight to the nature of the reigns that were crucial to the making of Indore.
An Odyssey to the Indore is a must for an ardent traveler who has a penchant for historic spots. Trains are available from every corner of the country and Indore junction is the main station in the Indore city. Located in Siyaganj in Indore, the station was opened in 1921and was electrified in 2012. Auto stand and Taxi stand facilitates easy maneuvers for the travellers. The Station Code is INDB.
Indore junction, the recently electrified railway station in Indore, Madhya Pradesh is situated in the broad gauge line with four platforms. It is an ISO certified station.
Facilities at Indore Railway Station:The Indore Junction is facilitated with all the modern amenities making the journey of the passengers comfortable and hassle free. Here are some of the facilities listed:
- 3 AC special Waiting rooms
- 10 Reservation Class Waiting rooms
- 6 general waiting rooms
- 14 Unreserved Computerized Ticket Counters
- 35 Reserved Ticket Counters
- 10 manual, Local and Unreserved Ticket Counters
- ATM facility of State Bank of Indore, State Bank of Travancore, State Bank of Jaipur and Bikaner and Bank of Rajasthan
- Internet Café
- E Ticket Café
- STD Telephone Booths
- Post office
- Railway Garden
- Shopping Complex
- Emergency Lockers
- Mini Waiting Room
- Gumsel House
- 5 Emergency Exit Doors
- 5 Railway Restaurants
Indore Railway Station is well connected with Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana, Punjab, Jammu Kashmir, West Bengal, Gujarat, Mharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. But It lacks the direct nexus to Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Goa and Assam.
Indore Railway Station Connectivity
Indore Railway Station have well facilitated connectivity to the other parts of Madhya Pradesh like Gwalior, Jabalpur, Katni, Ujjain, Bhopal, Bina, Ratlam and Khandwa.
Trains at the Indore Junction
Trains passing the junction: As mentioned above the Indore Junction is well connected to the other parts of the country through railways. Here are the names of some of the popular trains passing through and leaving from Indore Junction:
- Indore - Hazratnizamuddin Intercity Express
- Indore Mumabi Duronto Express
- Malwa Express
- Avantika Express
- Indore Howrah Shipra Express
- Indore Bhopal Double Decker Intercity Express
- Indore Pune Express
- Indore Gwalior Intercity Express
- Indore Bangalore Express
- Shanti Express
- Indore Kota Intercity Express
- Indore Udaipur city Express
- Indore Nagda Passenger
- Indore Bhopal Passenger
Suburban railway system is also operating in Indore connecting all the Metropolitan cities operated by the Western Railways. The local train carries an array of passengershighest in any other urban stations in Madhya Pradesh.
Indore Junction is just 4 minutes away from Indore City.
How to reach Indore Junction Railway Station:
Indore has many state transport buses as well as regular buses operating from Delhi, Ujjain and Mumbai. Deluxe AC buses and superfast buses are also available.
Devi Ahilya Bhai Holkar is at 10 km distance from Indore City Center. Flights to major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Jaipur, Bangalore and Bhopal are available from the airport.
Mumbai Central Indore AC Duronto Express, Gwalior Indore Express, Jabalpur Indore Express, Narmada Express, Udaipur Indore Express, Panchvalley passenger, Maksi Indore Bg Passenger are the many trains from different regions of the country halting at Indore Junction.