Kazipet-Balharshah Railway

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The Kazipet-Balharshah Railway, BG, opened in stages 1924-27[1], from Kazipet via Pedipalli, Ramsgundah, Asifahbad Road to Balharshah. Section of NGSR Guaranteed Railway linking Chennai directly with Delhi. Total line length 145 miles (232km) [2].

The completion of this line created the Balharshah-Warangal Railway.


An on-line search of the India Office Records (IOR) records held at the British Library relating to this railway [3] gives the following:-

  • Mss Eur F196/43; "Agent's report on the inspection of the construction of the Kazipet to Balharshah branch line."; 1921.

Further Information

See Nizam's Guaranteed State Railway


  1. Google Books “The History of Nizam’s Railways System” by Dr. Santosh Jaganath, pages 97-98; Retrieved 1 Dec 2016
  2. ”Indian railways new chronology” by Keith Scholey, May 2015
  3. “British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue” - Search; Retrieved 8 Apr 2016