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Bhusawal railway division is one of the five railway division of Central Railway (India) Zone of Indian Railways located at Bhusawal in Jalgaon district of Maharashtra state in western India. The other railway divisions are Mumbai CSTM, Nagpur, Solapur and Pune. There are 121 railway stations in Bhusawal railway division.[1]


Milestones In 1853 the Survey for extension of Railway line beyond Igatpuri towards Khandesh border was completed. By 1860, Bhusawal Station building with a single platform was constructed and next year on 1 October, the Igatpuri-Bhusawal section was opened. By 1866, the Bhusawal – Khandwa Section was opened and in 1867, the Bhusawal – Badnera section was opened as single line. In 1914, the Murtizapur – Achalpur/Yavatmal narrow gauge line was opened.

In 1920, the Bhusawal Division was formed under the Great Indian Peninsula Railway (GIPR) and within the next two years, the doubling of the Bhusawal - Badnera section was completed.[2]

Then after Independence, Bhusawal become part of the Central Railway Zone in 1951 and in 1962, the Central Railway Zonal Training School setup at Bhusawal. Electrification with 25 KV AC Traction was completed for Igatpuri - Bhusawal section in 1969 and by 1972, Bhusawal Electric Loco shed started functioning.

After a major gap, the Bhusawal-Badnera Section was electrified with 25KV AC Traction in 1990 and the Bhusawal Khandwa Section was electrified in 1992. As a result, by 1993, the Bhusawal Steam loco shed was shut down and the last steam loco was withdrawn from service on 16 December 1993.[3]


It connects other railway division of central Railway Zone as

It connects to other Zones of Indian railways as at

Junction Stations and their routes[edit]

The Junction railway stations in the Bhusawal railway divisions are Manmad Jn, Chalisgaon Jn, Pachora Jn, Jalgaon Jn, Bhusawal Jn, Khandwa Jn, Jalamb Jn, Akola Jn, Murtajapur Jn, Badnera Jn. Routeswise and gaugewise they are classified as 4B Manmad 2B2M Khandwa Jn, Akola Jn, 2B2N Murtajapur Jn

Igatpuri railway station is not under Bhusawal division(Exclude), but is under Mumbai CR railway division.

Railway line and en route stations[edit]

There are three main lines in this railway subdivision and many branch lines.

The railway line en route station details are as follows

Igatpuri-Bhusawal line[edit]

  • Igatpuri(Exclude)-Manmad Jn-Chalisgaon Jn-Pachora Jn-Jalgaon Jn-Bhusawal Jn
  • En route station details- Igatpuri - Ghoti - Padli - Asvati - Lahavit - Devlali - Nasik Road - Odha - Kherwadi - Kasbe Sukene - Niphad - Ugaon - Lasalgaon - Summit - Manmad Jn - Panewadi - Hisvahal - Panjhan - Nandgaon - Pimparkhed - Naydongari - Rohini - Hirapur - Chalisgaon Jn - Vaghali - Kajgaon - Nagardevla - Galan - Pachora Jn - Pardhade - Maheji - Mhasawad - Shirsoli - Jalgaon Jn - Bhadli - Bhusawal Jn
    • Chalisgaon Jn- Dhule
    • En route station details- Chalisgaon Jn - Bhoras Budruk - Jamdha - Rajmane - Mordad Tanda - Shirud - Borvihar - Mohade P Laling - Dhule
    • Pachora Jn- Jamner (Narrow Gauge)
    • En route station details- Pachora Jn - Varkhedi - Pimpalgaon - Shendurni - Pahur - Bhagdara - Jamner
Section Main/Branch Gauge Double/Single line Traction Distance in km
Igatpuri (excl.) to Manmad Jn Main BG Double Electric 124
Manmad Jn to Chalisgaon Jn Main BG Double Electric 67
Chalisgaon Jn to Dhule Branch BG Single Diesel 57
Chalisgaon Jn to Pachora Jn Main BG Double Electric 45
Pachora Jn to Jamner Branch NG Single Diesel ---
Pachora Jn to Jalgaon Jn Main BG Double Electric 47
Jalgaon Jn to Bhusawal Jn Main BG Double Electric 25
Total -- km of Main -- km of BG -- km of double line -- km of electrified track ---
-- km of Branch -- km of NG -- km of single line -- km of diesel track ---

Bhusawal-Khandwa line[edit]

  • Bhusawal Jn-Burhanpur-Khandwa Jn(Include)
  • En route station details- Bhusawal Jn - Duskheda - Savda - Nimbhora - Raver - Wghoda. - Burhanpur - Asirgarh Road - Chandni - Nepa Nagar - Mandwa - Saglhata - Dongargaon - Kohdad - bagmar - Badegaon Gujar - Khandwa Jn

Bhusawal-Badnera line[edit]

    • Murtajapur Jn-Yavatmal (Narrow Gauge)
    • En route station details- Murtajapur Jn - Murtajapur Town - Kinkhed - Vilegaon. - Bhadsivni - Pohe - Karanja[disambiguation needed] - Karanja Town - Somthan - Sangwi. - Warudkhed - Darwa Motibagh - Tapana - Ladkhed - Ling - Lasina - Yavatmal
    • Murtajapur Jn-Achalpur (Narrow Gauge)
    • En route station details- Murtajapur Jn - Lakhpuri - Banosa - Lehgaon - Kokalda - Kapustalni - Anjangaon - Pathrot - Khusta Buzurg - Chamak - Nowbagh - Achalpur



  1. ^ rly stations
  2. ^ R.P.Saxena (ed.). "Indian Railway History Time line". 
  3. ^ "Bhusaval Division – Milestone". Central Railway, Mumbai CSTM. Retrieved 15 February 2010. 
  4. ^ cnt-rly

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