Central Indian Coalfields Railway

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The Central Indian Coalfields Railway was owned by the Government of India.

With the development of South Karanpura Coalfield, the Central India Coalfields Railway opened a line from Gomoh to Barkakana in 1927 and from Barkakana to Daltonganj in 1929. Later these lines were amalgamated with East India Railway(EIR) [1] [2]

The section from Anuppur to Chirimiri was worked by the Bengal Nagpur Railway(BNR) and was absorbed by that railway on 1st October 1944.

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References

  1. Indian Railway Line History by Keith Scholey; Retrieved 10 Dec 2015
  2. ‘Symphony of Progress – The History of Easternn Railways’ by Pradeep Kumar and Soumitra Majumdar. Page 23.