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Sirpur Kagaznagar railway station was started working at 1942. Formerly it was known as Kothapet Railway. It was constructed under the Nizam's Guaranteed State Railway. The first official appointed to this station was the Mr. Yogesh Chandra Bhattacharya, Station Master. The main aim to made this railway station to boost the commencement of Nizam's paper mill situated at this town. Later this town was renamed as Sirpur Kagaznagar by the G.D. Birla who re-owned the paper mill after the unification of Nizam's state into the India at 1948. Station is a moderate traffic railway station with stopping most of the major trains. It is facilitated with well transportation, cleanliness, food, lodging and very safe for the passengers. 1 reservation counter is... more...
situated at Platform 1. Reservation Counter timings: 08.00 - 12.00 and 16.00 - 20.00 1 enquiry and 1 general ticket counter is also situated adjacent to the reservation counter, serving round the clock. 2 ATVMs are available at the platform 1. Small Canteens at Platform 1 and 2 each. Waiting halls for 2nd class, sleeper and higher classes are available at platform 1.
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