Cawnpore Farukhabad Provincial State Railway

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Cawnpore Farukhabad Provincial State Railway
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Line of route
Cawnpore to Farrukhabad
Gauge / mileage
Metre gauge 86 miles (1881)
Timeline
1880 Dec Cawnpore to Miranserai section opened
1881 Feb Miranserai to Farrukhabad section opened
1884 Jul Merged to form the Cawnpore-Achnera Provincial State Railway
Key locations
Presidency Bombay
Stations Cawnpore, Miranserai, Farrukhabad
System agency
1880/1 Worked by Rajputana-Malwa Railway.
1886 Absorbed into Rajputana-Malwa Railway and worked by GoI
1907 Absorbed into BB&CIR
How to interpret this infobox

The Cawnpore Farukhabad Provincial State Railway was owned by the Provincial Government and was worked by the Rajputana Railway to 31st December 1881 and by the Rajputana-Malwa Railway from 1st December 1882.

The metre gauge(MG) line from Farrukhabad to Miranserai (37 miles/59km) opened 1 February 1881 and Miranserai to Cawnpore (49 miles/78km) opened 15 December 1880 [1]

The Cawnpore Farukhabad Provincial State Railway merged with the Muttra Achnera Provincial State Railway and Muttra Hathras Provincial Railway to form the Cawnpore-Achnera Provincial State Railway on 1st July 1884

The Cawnpore-Achnera Provincial State Railway was owned by the Provincial Government and worked by the Rajputana-Malwa Railway.

The Cawnpore- Achnera Provincial State Railway was absorbed by the Rajputana-Malwa Railway on 1st October 1886. The Rajputana-Malwa Railway was owned by the Government of India(GoI) and was worked by the GoI from formation until 31st December 1905 and by the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway(BB&CIR) from 1st January 1906.

The Rajputana-Malwa Railway was absorbed by the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway(BB&CIR) on 8th April 1907.

References

  1. "Indian Railway Line History" pages 9 and 11 by Keith Scholey; Retrieved 10 Dec 2015