Allahabad-Fyzabad Railway

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The Allahabad-Fyzabad Railway was opened in 1905 and included the Curzon Bridge, Allahabad over the river Ganges. This line and bridge were constructed by State Railways and connected to the East Indian Railway(EIR) to the south of the river Ganges and a junction to the O&RR mainline. Thus providing a direct link from Allahbad to Lucknow and the hill stations beyond. [1].

Oudh and Rohilkhand RailwayO&RR were given operating rights of this line.

Further Information

See Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway and Curzon Bridge, Allahabad

References

  1. Institution of Civil Engineers "The Curzon Bridge at Allahabad" by Robert Richard Gales, 1908; Retrieved 16 Jul 2016