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Central Indian RailwayS Information
Divisions: Mumbai, Bhusawal, Pune, Solapur, Nagpur
Established on: 5 Nov' 1951
One of the senile railway zones of the country is the Central Indian Railway. It was first train to run on the Indian clay that suddenly changed the history of India. It also noticed the daybreak of the Railway age in Asia when the world's largest continent was under Central Indian Railway. Central Railway has its head office at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus that time. The Central Railway zone covers some of the foremost cities like Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Solapur and Bhusawal. Central Indian railway covers the prominent part of Maharashtra, southern part of Madhya Pradesh and north-east part of Karnataka.
Central Railway was the foremost railway zone with great track extant and employees. The Central Railway zone is more combat-ready into five divisions namely Mumbai CST, Bhusawal, Nagpur, Solapur and Pune. Central Railway is well known as the leader passenger carrying system among all Indian Railways. It carries more than 4 lakh passenger everyday to every corner and curve of the country through about 548 mail/express/passenger trains.
The railway line from Thane to Kalyan which is about was completed after about a year. The railway line from Kalyan is branched into two directions including North and the North Eastern which line leading towards Igatpuri and Bhusaval. It took 7 to 9 years to upright the lines through the two ghat sections including Bhor and Thull.
Indian Railways has made speedy progress and put India on the world map of rail networks. Following on the way of Great Indian Peninsula Railway and Central Indian Railway, other railway companies such as Bombay, Baroda Central India Railway (BB & CI), Madras Railway and many others as well were set-up there. Since it covers the prominent parts of the Indian subcontinent with major cities, it is very beneficial and friendly for the tourists.
Thus we conclude that Central Indian Railway laid the foundation for the next zones and trains on the Indian ground.