Anantnag railway station

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Anantnag
Indian Railway Station
Anantnag railway station 2.jpg
LocationAnantnag, Jammu and Kashmir
Coordinates33°44′19″N 75°06′27″E / 33.7386°N 75.1074°E / 33.7386; 75.1074Coordinates: 33°44′19″N 75°06′27″E / 33.7386°N 75.1074°E / 33.7386; 75.1074
Elevation1599.89 m
Owned byMinistry of Railways, Indian Railways
Line(s)Northern railway
Platforms2
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeStandard on-ground station
ParkingYes
Other information
Station codeANT
Fare zoneNorthern railway
History
Opened2008
ElectrifiedNot yet

Anantnag railway station is a railway station on the Northern railway network. It is the headquarters of Anantnag division of Northern Railway zone .

History[edit]

The station has been built as part of the Jammu–Baramulla line megaproject, intending to link the Kashmir Valley with Jammu Tawi and the rest of the Indian rail network.

The station is basically located in rice fields which are between . wanpoh and harnag[check spelling]. It is approximately 4.5km far from Anantnag town.

Design[edit]

The station features Kashmiri wood architecture, with an intended ambience of a royal court which is designed to complement the local surroundings to the station. Station signage is predominantly in Urdu, English and Hindi.

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