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South Eastern Railway, Kolkata
South Eastern Railway, headquartered at Kolkata, mainly caters to the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand.
 
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 South Eastern Railway, KolkataSouth Eastern Railway has its headquarters at Kolkata and is one of the most profit-making organizations under the Indian Railways. Ranchi Division, Adra Division, Chakradharpur Division and Kharagpur Division are the distinct distributions of South Eastern Railway. The divisional headquarters of South Eastern Railway are located at the cities of Kharagpur, Chakradharpur, Ranchi and Adra.

South Eastern Railway serves several tourists spots in the states of Jharkhand and West Bengal. Ranchi, Bishnupur, Kolkata and Digha are the particular tourist hubs served by South Eastern Railway. The major stations under the administrative control of South Eastern Railways are Howrah Railway Station, Tatanagar Junction Railway Station, Ranchi Railway Station, and Kharagpur Junction Railway Station. South Eastern Railway has some of the finest trains in this region and aptly conducts transportation in these two states. In the last two years there have been lots of trains that have been announced by the Indian Railways making communication a lot easier for the people. Apart from the local trains, there are many express trains which ply regularly to various parts of the state and country. This one happens to be the busiest zone in the country and draws maximum revenue for the Indian Railways.

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(Last Updated on : 12/11/2013)
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