Kolar Gold Fields Railway
The Kolar Gold Fields Railway opened in 1894 and constructed by the Princely Mysore State Durbar to provide facilities for the gold-fields. The line was a broad gauge(BG) 10miles (16km) long branch joining the Kolar Gold Fields to Bowringpet, where it connected with the Madras-Bangalore main line.  
- R/2/Box4/35 File 479B 1888 Mysore Govt. cede jurisdiction over the Bangalore - Hindupur & the Bangalore - Harihar railway lines. Question of jurisdiction over the Kolar Gold Fields Railway”; 1893-94
- L/F/7/1521; Collection 266/9: Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway: Kolar Gold FieldsRailway, continuance of working by the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway after 31 Dec 1937.; 1938-9
These records have not been examined and may provide further information to add to the above.
- " Administration Report on the Railways in India – corrected up to 31st March 1918"; Superintendent of Government Printing, Calcutta; page 84; Retrieved 8 Feb 2016
- Google Books “Kolar Gold Fields - Down Memory Lane: Paeans to Lost Glory!” by Bridget White, 2010; pages 18-19; Retrieved 1 Apr 2016
- “British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue” - Search; Retrieved 1 Apr 2016