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Indian Railway Map by Samit Roychoudhury

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  « The Map is divided into sections. Click on any part of the map on left to view details.
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Insets having greater detail of the suburban section of the metros:

Raniganj Area

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This map is corrected upto August 2001. This is a personal effort without any official sanction or help. While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure accuracy, I do not take the responsibility for any liability arising out of incorrect details.
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With the help of the Trains At A Glance and the various Zonal Timetables published by the Indian Railways, along with regular atlases.

I also acknowlege the encouraging help received from various IRFCA members especially relating to current developments.

Here it finally is. The map I worked pretty hard for. Essentially what I did is took the TAAG map as a reference and then added in all the details from the zonal TT maps, added in other information culled from other sources, and finally had a good look at what felt missing and added that in.
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Salient Features:
» Full colour digital printing
» 1,900 plus stations featured..
» Demarcation of zones and zonal / divisional heaquarters
» Different gauges, single / double / multiple lines / under construction etc.
» Electrified routes, under construction sections and   planned ones.
» Diesel / electric lococheds and workshops.
» Inset maps of suburban sections of Mumbai, Kolkata,  Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad & the Raniganj coalfields area in greater detail.

Sources Trains At a Glance Map, various Zonal RailwayTimetables & Maps, Indian Railways, Min. of Rlys, Govt of India; Indian Railways Map, Survey of India; Indian Railways Map, NATMO; India Travel Atlas, Lonely Planet; Guide Map of Gujarat, GTDC; Suburban Railway maps of Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad of unknown origin
Information gathered from various Indian Railways & related websites. Grateful thanks to the members of IRFCA ( the Indian Railways Fan Club Association); namely Ajay Banerjee, Aravind Sivaramakrishnan, Arnab Acharya, IS Anand, Joy Brahma, Karthik MV, Karthik Nagarajan, K Rajesh, K Bhanu Prakash, KN Manoj, KK Subramanian, Lakshmant, Milan Chatterjee, M Giridhar, PVS Praveen Kumar, Rakesh Misra, Ramesh Krishna Murthy, S Skandan, S Srinivas, S Shankar, Sandeep Sharma, Satish Gune, Satish Pai, Sundar Coimbatore, Sundar Krishnamurthy, Vijay Balasubramanian and others.

This is a schematic map, not necessarily to scale, and not intended to be an accurate depiction of India or international borders. The publisher makes no warranties about its suitability for use for any purpose.
The territorial waters of India extend into the sea to a distance of twelve nautical miles measured from the appropriate base line. The administrative headquarters of Chandigarh, Haryana and Punjab are at Chandigarh.
The interstate boundaries shown between Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya shown on this map are as interpreted from the North-eastern Areas (Reorganisation) Act 1971, but have yet to be verified.

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