Which is the nearest railway station to Kurla?
/ 19.0656; 72.8791 Kurla (formerly Coorla, station code: C) is a railway station on the Central and Harbour lines of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network.
When did the train service at Kurla begin?
Local trains terminating at Kurla began operating by 1879, a suburban terminus was built in 1913 and the line was quadrupled in 1915. A single line between Kurla and Chembur that had been laid for garbage clearance in 1906 was opened for suburban traffic in 1924. The service was operated by steam locomotives until the line was electrified in 1950.
When does Coimbatore Mumbai LTT ( Kurla ) Express depart?
Final chart for 11014 is prepared usually 3-4 hours before train departure time or a day before if train departs early morning. Coimbatore Mumbai LTT (Kurla) Express departs from Coimbatore Jn at 08:55 am with an average delay of 4 min 0 min and arrives at at 14:30 pm with an average delay of 13 min 0 min.
When did the harbour line at Kurla open?
A single line between Kurla and Chembur that had been laid for garbage clearance in 1906 was opened for suburban traffic in 1924. The service was operated by steam locomotives until the line was electrified in 1950. The Harbour line was officially opened on 12 December 1910, between Kurla and Reay Road.
Which is the Central railway station in Mumbai?
The Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway is a public transit system serving Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It consists of 24 stations from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus) to Kalyan Junction. The entire line is at grade.
Which is the Western line of Mumbai Central line?
The Vasai Road–Bhiwandi Road-Diva–Panvel–Roha line connects the Western line station of Vasai Road with the Harbour line station of Panvel. It intersects the main line of the Central line at Diva.