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Guntur junction is the major intercity railway station in the city of Guntur. It is located in Guntur district in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the central station in the city as well as the divisional headquarters of Guntur division.[1] It falls under South Central Railway zone of Indian Railways.

The station has East and West terminals with reservation counters. It has a total of 7 platforms with inter-connected subway system. Making an annual revenue of more than ₹60 million (1.5 million USD), Guntur Junction is the largest and busiest railway station in the Guntur division

The first rail lines in Guntur are of Metre Gauge line opened Guntur-Repalle section in year 1916[2] and later between Guntur and Hubli/Goa.Later a Broad Gauge rail line was built between GNT/VJA towards Howrah with the completion of Prakasam Barrage on River Krishna. By the end of the 20th century Guntur had 4 different railway lines passing through its junction,

Guntur Railway Division is one of the 62 divisions of Indian Railways and spans across 4 districts of Andhra Pradesh. It has few major and many medium to small stations across this region. The head office (Rail Vikas Bhavan) of the division is located in the Pattabhipuram area of Guntur City.
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