Bharuch Junction railway station

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Bharuch Junction
Indian Railways Station
Bharuch Junction.jpg
LocationOld NH 8, Bholav, Bharuch, Gujarat
India
Coordinates21°42′12″N 72°59′59″E / 21.7034°N 72.9996°E / 21.7034; 72.9996Coordinates: 21°42′12″N 72°59′59″E / 21.7034°N 72.9996°E / 21.7034; 72.9996
Elevation18.00 metres (59.06 ft)
Owned byMinistry of Railways, Indian Railways
Line(s)New Delhi–Mumbai main line
Platforms6
Tracks5 (including BHARUCH-DAHEJ LINE)
Construction
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
Parking2
Other information
StatusFunctioning ( Free WiFi Enabled)
Station codeBH
Zone(s) Western Railways
Division(s) Vadodara
ElectrifiedYes

Bharuch Junction is a railway station on the Western Railway network, located in Bharuch, Gujarat, India.

It is an important halt for all trains that are bound for Ahmedabad Junction, Jaipur Junction, Mumbai, Amritsar and Delhi.

Bharuch Junction – Platformboard
Bharuch Railway Station was constructed in Dutch Style.

Lines[edit]

The main lines passing through Bharuch Junction are :

Important trains[edit]

Some of the important trains that pass through Bharuch Junction are:

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