Vijapur-Kalol-Kadi Railway

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The Vijapur-Kalol-Kadi Railway was a metre gauge(MG) line completed in 1903 with a length of 41 miles(65km). The line was owned by the Princely Baroda State and worked by Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway(BB&CIR) [1] [2]

The MG line of 41 miles(65km) opened 1902-3 from Vijapur to Kadi and extended by a further 5 miles(8km) in 1912 [1]

Appoval was granted in 1916 for the ‘Bhoyani Road-Bochraji Extension’, a further 21 miles(34km) [3]

Further Information

See Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway

and BB&CIR Network - Lines owned and worked

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 “Administration Report on Railways 1918” Page 32 (pdf 40) ; Retrieved 7 Nov 2016
  2. "Imperial Gazetteer of India", v. 8, p. 331.; Retrieved 7 Nov 2016
  3. “Railways in India – GOI Administrative Report 1916-17 / Native States Lines” page 17]