Khamgaon Branch Railway

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Khamgaon Branch Railway, also described as the Khamgaon State Railway and in earlier records as the Khangaum Railway

The Khamgaon Branch Railway was a short Indian State broad gauge(BG) branch railway connecting Khamgaon to the Great Indian Peninsula Railway (GIPR) ‘Nagpur Branch’ at Jalam [1].

The line with a length of 7½ miles(12km) opened in Mar 1870 and worked by Great Indian Peninsula Railway as the ‘GIPR Khamgaon Branch’ [2].

The 1870-71 ‘Annual Report on Railways in India’ [3] gives the spelling as the “Khangaum Railway”


  1. “Imperial Gazetteer of India, v.5”, p. 186 Retrieved 10 Apr 2018
  2. “Administration Report on Railways 1918” page 65 (pdf73) ; Retrieved 10 Apr 2018
  3. ‘Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons Vol 19, 1872’ “Annual Report on Railways in India for 1871-72; The Oomrawutee and Khangaum Railways” Paras 89 and 90, page 38, pdf 598; Retrieved 10 Apr 2018

Further Information

See Great Indian Peninsula Railway