Indian Midland Railway
|Indian Midland Railway|
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|Line of route|
| Bhopal to Cawnpore|
Bina to Katni
Jhansi to Agra
Jhansi to Manikpur
Ait to Kunch (branch)
|Gauge / mileage|
|Broad gauge||807 miles|
|1889||Lines from Jhansi to Gwalior, Kanpur, Manikpur, and Bhopal opened for traffic|
|Stations||Agra, Banda, Bhopal, Cawnpore, Dholpur, Jhansi, Saugor|
|State line worked by GIPR|
|How to interpret this infobox|
The Indian Midland Railway (IMR) was a state agency formed in 1885 to undertake the working of several existing broad gauge branch lines, and the construction and working of further broad gauge lines centred on Jhansi.
The IMR had a comparatively brief existence before being amalgamated in 1900 with the Great Indian Peninsula Railway(GIPR).
Lines worked and developed by IMR
- Jhansi-Konch-Kalpi Railway; the initial section of IMR, opened 1886.
- Jhansi-Manikpore State Railway; a further section of the IMR, opened in 1889.
- Bina-Katni Railway - a further section of the IMR, opened in 1889.
- Bina-Goona-Baran Railway - opened by IMR, 1889, amalgamated into GIPR, 1900
- Cawnpore-Kalpi-Jhansi Railway - line completed 1888 by IMR; amalgamated into GIPR,1900
Lines worked by IMR at some time
- Bhopal State Railway - opened 1884, initially worked by IMR as Bhopal-Itarsi Railway(Indian State Section); then by GIPR
- Ait-Kunch Branch Railway - opened 189?,Indian State line initially worked by IMR; then by GIPR
- Bhopal-Ujjain Railway - opened c.1895, Indian State line worked by IMR; amalgamated into GIPR, 1900
- Sindia Railway - worked by Indian Midland, 1890