Joravarnagar - Sayla Railway

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The Joravarnagar- Sayla Railway was a 2ft 6in/762mm narrow gauge(NG) railway running from Joravarnagar to Sayla. The line was built in 1948 as part of Saurashtra Railway system and was closed in October 1987. [1]

Joravarnagar is a small wayside station on a secondary metre gauge line in Gujarat. Sayla was a small walled town 28 kilometres away through dry scrubby country and between the two were a number of wayside halts serving the local communities. [2]

References

  1. “Steam History - Narrow Gauge (2ft. 6") Locomotives - Other Western Region lines”; Retrieved on 24 Apr 2016
  2. “Another trip on the Indian Narrow Gauge, 1985” by Wilson Lythgoe; Retrieved on 24 Apr 2016