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Goa Konkan Railway Guide Map and Online Booking to Goa

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The Konkan Railway (Railway Symbol:KR) is a zone of the Indian Railways which operates along the Konkan coast of India.

KR does not have divisions like the other Indian Railway, however, it has two regions with headquarters at Ratnagiri in Maharashtra and Karwar in Karnataka. The Ratnagiri region extends from Roha to Sawantwadi, while the Karwar region extends from Pernem to Thokur (the latter being where Southern Railway begins, a few stations north of Mangalore).

Konkan Railway Passes through Goa

The route is a single-line track, and is not electrified yet. It has been designed for high-speed traffic (160 km/h). It is open to goods and passenger traffic. The route, which runs parallel to the Arabian Sea coastline, offers some of the most spectacular views of any Indian rail journey.

Note: Although KR is currently single-line, KR and South Western Railway lines run parallel from Majorda to Madgaon, making that section a double-line.

For online booking click here.

4 Comments so far (Add 1 more)

  1. Dear sir/Mdm,
    I am travelling from Ernakulam to goa. I do not know where to get down in Goa. I saw the train maps but the word Goa Station or Goa Jn. is not there. Please tell me .thank you

    1. Santhira on April 9th, 2011 at 9:10 am
  2. YOU NEED TO INTRODUCE PASSANGER TRAIN FOR MUMBAI DURING NIGHT. AS SUCH EXISTING TRAINS FOR BOMBAY ARE NOT SUFFECIENT SPECIALLY DURING NIGHT. EITHER EXTAND ONE /TWO MORE TRAINS DURING EVE / NIGHT OR AT LEAST A PASSANGE TRAIN MAY BE BY EVE 6.00 OR SO WHICH CANPUTPASSANGE TO BOMBAY DURING MORNING SAY AROUND 8.0LATEST.

    2. JAYPRAKASH on November 27th, 2009 at 4:41 pm
  3. pl send me the details abot how to go konkan from goa

    3. niketa on December 12th, 2008 at 12:01 pm
  4. pl. send me the details of how to go harihareshwar ganapati pule and guhaghar from goa by road also send me good hotels resonable rates in this places.

    4. niketa on December 12th, 2008 at 12:00 pm

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