Jubbulpore-Gondia Railway

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Jubbulpore-Gondia Railway
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Line of route
Jubbulpore to Gondia
Nainpur to Chhindwara
Nainpur to Mandla
Gauge / mileage
Narrow (2' 6") gauge 230 miles (1905)
1903 First section opened to traffic
Key locations
Presidency Bengal
Stations Balaghat, Seoni
System agency
Worked by the Bengal-Nagpur Railway
How to interpret this infobox

The Jubbulpore-Gondia Railway was a 2ft 6in/762mm narrow gauge(NG) railway, built by the Government of India as a State railway and worked by Bengal-Nagpur Railway(BNR), to connect Gondia (on the broad gauge Bengal-Nagpur main line) with the GIPR and EIR at the important junction at Jubbulpore. The line formed an integral part of the Satpura Railway network developed by BNR.

The line opened in stages from 1903 and with the completion of the Nerbudda Bridge (Satpura Branch Line) in 1905 Jubbulpore was connected southward to Nainpur and Gondia , 142 miles(229km) [1]

Further Information

See Satpura Railway
and Bengal-Nagpur Railway