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Nagpur Railway Station is a railway station in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.

Nagpur is the geographical centre of India and one of India's most important railway junctions. The Nagpur railways constitute a very significant part of the transport and communication system in Nagpur.

A total of 242[2] trains from various destinations halt at Nagpur, making it one of the busiest junctions all over the country. These include passenger, express, mail, Duronto, Rajdhani, Garib Rath trains. Of these, 53 run daily and 26 terminate or originate from Nagpur. Almost 1.6 lakh passengers board or leave Nagpur Railway Station daily. Some important trains that are available at the Nagpur railway station are the CST Mumbai - Nagpur Duronto, Vishakapatnam Nizamuddin Samata Express, Vidarbha Express, Bangalore Nizamudin Rajdhani Express, Mumbai Howrah Mail, Trivandrum Central - New Delhi Kerala Express, Chennai Central - New Delhi Tamil Nadu Express.

The railways at Nagpur were established a long time back, well before the independence of India, as Nagpur used to be an important city of India even then. 1867 marks the beginning of the Nagpur railways. In 1881, Nagpur was linked up with another important city of India, Kolkata, via the railways of the state of Chhattisgarh.

The original railway station of Nagpur was previously located towards the east of its current site. The present-day railway station of Nagpur was also put up in the pre-independence days. being established in 1924.
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