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Pakistan Railway Train Timings 2018

Famous Pakistan railway train time table of running and reaching all major train stations in Pakistani cities, complete and detailed information on Pakistan’s train timing and full details.

Pakistan Railway Time Schedule 2018

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About Pakistan Railways:

Pakistan Railways is the State owned railway line of Pakistan that connects the farthest corners of the country with major cities like Lahore,Karachi,Rawalpindi and many more. Since its inception in 1860’s the railway line has served as an essential link between remote areas and popular business districts. This established connection not only opens businesses to a much wider audience but also provides the people with a reliable way to travel across the country.
History and Foundation
During the British Rule of subcontinent,the British were looking to expand their influence in the region. This vision ,which was meant to expand their reach to the remotest corners of the subcontinent,required a sophisticated mode of transport. The foundation for the realization of this vision was laid when Sir Henry Edward Frere,the then Commissioner of Sindh,proclaimed Karachi as an important seaport. Thus a survey was conducted which resulted in the country’s first railway line being laid between Karachi and Kotri City and was opened for public transport in May, 1861.
Subsequent lines were established between Karachi and other major cities such as Peshawar-Karachi line and Multan-Lahore line. These lines quickly became essential as more and more people began using them for travel and for freight.
In 1886 the establishment of North Western Railways was followed by the rapid expansion of the railway network until it covered a combined route of more than 6000 miles.
The partition of the subcontinent also brought about the division of the North Western Railway line. At that time the current railway line of Pakistan was called Pakistan Western Railways which was renamed to Pakistan Railways in 1974.
Current State and Future Vision
Currently Pakistan Railway works under the Ministry of Railway which operates more than 500 locomotives carrying an average of 10 million people everyday. The Railway also operated more than 300 trains per day for mails and freight. These numbers make the Railway stand out as the most important mode of transport in the country today. With more than 78000 employees, the Railway is also one of the biggest employers in the country.
In stark contrast to the financial prosperity the Railway enjoyed in the 1950’s-1980’s, the current financial situation is looking rather bleak. Overall the Railway is operating in a loss and requires continuous Govt. Subsidies to function.
To better the financial situation and to improve the infrastructure, Pakistan Railway was in dire need of an investment and a vision. The investment and vision came in form of Pak-China Economic Corridor. Under this initiative more than $8 billion are going to be invested in improving the infrastructure and in bringing the Railway on par with the international standards. These investments are being made under the Vision 2025 initiative put forth by the Govt. of Pakistan.
All of these efforts are expected to bear fruit in bringing Pakistan Railway to financially stability. The Railway is an integral part of the country and the rich history that it represents deserves to be appreciated and safeguarded.

Pakistan Railway Reservations Office:

Islamabad:

  • Address : Melody Market, GPO Office, Mazhabi Amoor Building, G-6, Islamabad.
  • Landmarks : GPO Office, Mazhabi Amoor Building, Melody Market
  • City : Islamabad
  • Phone : +92-51-9207474
  • Emergency # : 117

Kohat:

  • Address : PAF Gate, Bannu Pathak, Near Coad Adda, Kohat.
  • Landmarks : Kohat, Near Coad Adda, PAF Gate
  • City : Kohat
  • Phone : +92-922-9260150
  • Emergency # : 117

Sukkur:

  • Address : Sukkur Reservation,Ayub Gate,Sukkur
  • Landmarks : Ayub Gate, Sukkur
  • City : Sukkur
  • Phone : +92-71-9310070, 9310741
  • Emergency # : 117

Hyderabad:

  • Address : Hyder Chowk, Pakka Qila, Hyderabad
  • Landmarks : Hyder Chowk, Hyderabad, Pakka Qila
  • City : Hyderabad
  • Phone : +92-22-9200256, 9200483, 9200673, 9200674
  • Emergency # : 117

Rawalpindi:

  • Address : Main Saddar, Railway Starion, Rawalpindi.
  • Landmarks : Railway Starion
  • City : Rawalpindi
  • Phone : +92-51-9270831, 9270832, 9270834, 9270835, 9270851, 9270895
  • Emergency # : 117

Quetta:

  • Address : Quetta
  • Landmarks : Quetta
  • City : Quetta
  • Phone : +92-81-9202016
  • Emergency # : 117

Gujranwala:

  • Address : Gujranwala
  • Landmarks : Gujranwala
  • City : Gujranwala
  • Phone : +92-55-3843911
  • Emergency # : 117

Nowsheroferoz:

  • Address : Nowsheroferoz
  • Landmarks : Nowsheroferoz
  • City : Nowsheroferoz
  • Emergency # : 117

Haripur:

  • Address : Haripur
  • Landmarks : Haripur
  • City : Haripur
  • Phone : +92-995-611849

Rohri:

  • Address : Rohri
  • Landmarks : Rohri
  • City : Rohri
  • Phone : +92-71-5651433
  • Emergency # : 117

Panu Aqil:

  • Address : Panu Aqil
  • Landmarks : Panu Aqil
  • City : Panu Aqil
  • Phone : +92-71-2914641
  • Emergency # : 117

Moro:

  • Address : Moro
  • Landmarks : Moro
  • City : Moro
  • Emergency # : 117

Kandiaro:

  • Address : Kandiaro
  • Landmarks : Kandiaro
  • City : Kandiaro
  • Emergency # : 117

Padidan:

  • Address : Padidan
  • Landmarks : Padidan
  • City : Padidan
  • Phone : +92-242-482219
  • Emergency # : 117

Khairpur Mirs:

  • Address : Khairpur Mirs
  • Landmarks : Khairpur Mirs
  • City : Khairpur Mirs
  • Phone : +92-243-9280044
  • Emergency # : 117

Gambat:

  • Address : Gambat
  • Landmarks : Gambat
  • City : Gambat
  • Phone : +92-243-640094
  • Emergency # : 117

Ranipur:

  • Address : Ranipur
  • Landmarks : Ranipur
  • City : Ranipur
  • Phone : +92-243-630703
  • Emergency # : 117

Naudero:

  • Address : Naudero
  • Landmarks : Naudero
  • City : Naudero
  • Phone : +92-74-4047510
  • Emergency # : 117

Ratodero:

  • Address : Ratodero
  • Landmarks : Ratodero
  • City : Ratodero
  • Emergency # : 117

Kamber Ali Khan:

  • Address : Kamber Ali Khan
  • Landmarks : Kamber Ali Khan
  • City : Kamber Ali Khan
  • Emergency # : 117

Shahdadkot:

  • Address : Shahdadkot
  • Landmarks : Shahdadkot
  • City : Shahdadkot
  • Phone : +92-74-4012299
  • Emergency # : 117

Jacobabad:

  • Address : Jacobabad
  • Landmarks : Jacobabad
  • City : Jacobabad
  • Phone : +92-722-650548
  • Emergency # : 117

 Kandh Kot:

  • Address : Kandh Kot
  • Landmarks : Kandh Kot
  • City : Kandh Kot
  • Phone : +92-722-571699
  • Emergency # : 117

Shikarpur:

  • Address : Shikharpur
  • Landmarks : Shikarpur
  • City : Shikharpur
  • Phone : +92-726-920085
  • Emergency # : 117

Mirpur mathelo:

  • Address : Mirpur Mathelo
  • Landmarks : Mirpur Mathelo
  • City : Mirpur mathelo
  • Phone : +92-723-651318
  • Emergency # : 117

Ubauro:

  • Address : Ubauro
  • Landmarks : Ubauro
  • City : Ubauro
  • Emergency # : 117

Khudian Khas:

  • Address : Khudian Khas
  • Landmarks : Khudian Khas
  • City : Khudian Khas
  • Phone : +92-49-2791930
  • Mobile : 0302-4428490

Kot Radha Kishan:

  • Address : Kot Radha Kishan
  • Landmarks : Kot Radha Kishan
  • City : Kot Radha Kishan
  • Phone : +92-49-2382901

Patoki:

  • Address : Pattoki
  • Landmarks : Patoki
  • City : Pattoki
  • Phone : +92-49-4423738

Karachi:

  • Address : City Station, I.I Chandrigarh Road, Karachi.
  • Landmarks : City Station
  • City : Karachi
  • Phone : +92-21-99213538, 99213539, 99213540, 99213544
  • Emergency # : 117

Karachi (Cannt Station):

  • Address : Saddar-Cantt Station, Karachi.
  • Landmarks : Cantt Station
  • City : Karachi
  • Phone : +92-21-99201116, 99201117

Karachi (Airport):

  • Address : Domestic Arrival, Quaid-e-Azam International Airport, Karachi.
  • Landmarks : Karachi Airport
  • City : Karachi
  • Phone : +92-21-99071106

Lahore:

  • Address : Lahore Railway Road, Opp. Railway Park, Garhi Shahu, Lahore.
  • Landmarks : Lahore Railway Station, Mcleod Road, Railway Park
  • City : Lahore
  • Phone : +92-42-99201941

Larkana:

  • Address : Larkana.
  • Landmarks : Larkana
  • City : Larkana
  • Phone : +92-74-9410553
  • Emergency # : 117

Nawabshah:

  • Address : Nawabshah
  • Landmarks : Nawabshah
  • City : Nawabshah
  • Phone : +92-244-9370125
  • Emergency # : 117

Kasur:

  • Address : Kasur
  • Landmarks : Kasur
  • City : Kasur
  • Phone : +92-49-2763599

Okara:

  • Address : Okara
  • Landmarks : Okara
  • City : Okara
  • Phone : +92-44-2512065

Abbottabad:

  • Address : Havelian, Abbottabad.
  • Landmarks : Havelian
  • City : Abbottabad
  • Phone : +92-992-810752, 9310175

Pakistani Railways provide an important way to travel to the far reaches of the country and bring them closer to business, sightseeing, education and worship.It is a major integrating force and shapes the country’s life line by taking care of its needs for mass and people transport.

The railway system is a fun and adventurous way to travel around the country & experience its rare beauty. A train trip to Pakistan will give you the lucky chance to meet all kinds of people, experience, local food and see landmarks that are often missed by the other traveller. Pakistani railways form the line of life of the country, taking care of their needs for the mass movement of goods as well as for passenger traffic.

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