Indian Railway Zones

The reorganized set up of the Zonal Railways, mentioned below enhance the efficient operation and management of this largest surface transport organisation. 
  1. Eastern Railway (1951 - 1952), Kolkata-West Bengal. 
  2. Western Railway (1951 - 1952), Mumbai Central-Maharastra. 
  3. Northern Railway (1951 - 1952), Baroda House-New Delhi. 
  4. Southern Railway (1951 -1952), Park Town, Chennai-Tamilnadu. 
  5. South Central Railway (1958), Secunderabad-Andhra Pradesh. 
  6. Central Railway (1951 - 52), Victoria Terminus (recently renamed as Chatraphati Sivaji Terminus), Mumbai-Maharashtra. 
  7. South Eastern Railway (1955), Garden Reach, Kolkata-WestBengal. 
  8. North Eastern Railway (1958), Gorakhpur-Uttar Pradesh. 
  9. North East Frontier Railway (1958), Maligaon- State of Assam 
  10. North Central Railway (1996), Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. 
  11. South Western railway (1996), Bangaluru-Karnataka. 
  12. East Cost Railway (1996), Bubaneshwar, Orissa. 
  13. East Central Railway (1996), Haripur-Bihar 
  14. North West Railway (1996), Jaipur-Rajasthan 
  15. West Central Railway (1996), Jabalpur-MadhyaPradesh 
  16. South east central (2002) Bilaspur 
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