Holkar & Sindia-Neemuch State Railways

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Holkar and Sindia-Neemuch State Railway
The Holkar & Sindia-Neemuch State Railways was a joint operating name for the Holkar State Railway and the Sindia-Neemuch State Railway from about 1874. The two lines were built as metre gauge(MG) railways.

These lines were incorporated to form the Rajputana-Malwa Railway(RMSR) in 1882 -

In 1900 the RMSR merged into the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway(BB&CIR)

Records

An on-line search of the India Office Records (IOR) records held at the British Library relating to this railway [1] gives the following:-

  • R/V/24/3590; "Public Works Department: Railways" which includes "Report on the progress and administration of the Holkar and Sindia-Neemuch State Railways, 1878/79"

References

  1. “British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue” - Search; Retrieved 7 Apr 2016

Further Information

See Holkar State Railway
and Sindia-Neemuch State Railway for period up to 1882
then Rajputana-Malwa State Railway 1882-1900
and Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway from 1900 onwards