Railway Zones and Headquarters Railway Zones and Headquarters


Railway Zones and HeadquartersRailway Zones and Headquarters



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Indian Railways divides its operations into zones, which are further sub-divided into divisions, each having a divisional headquarters. There are a total of 18 zones (including Metro Railway, Kolkata) and 68 Divisions on the Indian Railway System.

S/No. Name of the Railway Zone Zonal Headquarter   Division
1 Central Railway Mumbai 1) Mumbai 2) Nagpur 3) Bhusawal 4) Pune 5) Sholapur 
2 Eastern Railway Kolkata 1) Howrah-I 2) Howrah-II 3) Sealdah 4) Malda 5) Asansol 6) Chitaranjan 7) Kolkata Metro
3 East Central Railway Hajipur 1) Danapur 2) Mugalsarai 3) Dhanbad 4) Sonpur 5) Samastipur
4 East Coast Railway Bhubaneshwar 1) Khurda Road 2) Waltair 3) Sambhalpur
5 Northern Railway Baroda House, New Delhi 1) Delhi-I 2) Delhi-II 3) Ambala 4) Moradabad 5) Lucknow 6) Firozpur
6 North Central  Railway Allahabad 1) Allahabad 2) Jhansi 3) Agra
7 North Eastern  Railway Gorakhpur 1) Izzatnagar 2) Lucknow 3) Varanasi 4) DLW
8 North Frontier  Railway Maligaon, Guwahati 1) Katihar 2) Alipurduar 3) Rangiya 4) Lumding 5) Tinsukhia
9 North Western Railway Jaipur 1) Jaipur 2) Jodhpur 3) Bikaner 4) Ajmer
10 Southern  Railway Chennai 1) Chennai 2) Madurai 3) Palghat 4) Trichy 5) Trivendrum
11 South Central Railway Secunderabad 1) Secunderabad 2) Hyderabad 3) Guntakal 4) Vijaywada 5) Nanded
12 South Eastern Railway Garden Reach, Kolkata 1) Kharagpur 2) Adra 3) Chakradharpur 4) Ranchi 5) Shalimar
13 South East Central  Railway Bilaspur 1) Bilaspur 2) Nagpur 3) Raipur
14 South Western Railway Hubli 1) Bangalore 2) Mysore 3) Hubli 4) RWF/YNK
15 Western Railway Churchgate 1) BCT 2) Vadodara 3) Ahemdabad 4) Ratlam 5) Rajkot 6) Bhavnagar
16 West Central Railway Jabalpur 1) Jabalpur 2) Bhopal 3) Kota
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Lead : Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh.
Lignite : Tamil Nadu, Gujarat.
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Natural Gas : Assam, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu.
Nickel : Orissa.
Petroleum : Assam, Gujarat.
Silver : Rajasthan, Bihar, Karnataka.
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Uranium : Kerala, Jharkhand, Rajasthan.
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