Chikballapur-Bangalore City Railway

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Chikballapur-Bangalore City Railway
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Line of route
Chikballapur to Bangalore
Gauge / mileage
2' 6" NG 38 miles (1918)
Timeline
1918 Opened to traffic
Key locations
Presidency Madras
Stations Chikballapur, Bangalore
System agency
1918 Worked by Mysore State Railway
How to interpret this infobox

The Chikballapur-Bangalore City Railway was a 2ft 6in/762mm narrow gauge(NG) railway, operated by the Mysore State Railway(MSR). This city railway was effectively an extension of the Bowringpet-Chikballapur Railway.. [1]

Kolar and Mysore District Board were the owners of the Chikballapur-Bangalore City Railway and also the Yelahaka-Bangarpet Railway.

External links

  • "The station that time forgot" by Siddharth Raja April 30, 2016 The Hindu. Nandi Halt station, at the foot of the Nandi Hills, was on part of the line which opened August 1, 1915.

References

  1. " Administration Report on the Railways in India – corrected up to 31st March 1918"; Superintendent of Government Printing, Calcutta; page 210; Retrieved 1 Feb 2016