Thuravoor railway station

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Regional rail, Light rail & Commuter rail station
Location Thuravoor, Alappuzha, Kerala
Coordinates 9°46′30″N76°18′37″E / 9.7750°N 76.3103°E / 9.7750; 76.3103
Owned by Indian Railways
Operated by Southern Railway zone
Line(s) Kayamkulam-Alappuzha-Ernakulam
Structure typeAt–grade
Disabled access Wheelchair symbol.svg
Other information
Station codeTUVR
Zone(s) Southern Railway zone
Division(s) Thiruvananthapuram
Fare zone Indian Railways
Opened1989;32 years ago (1989) [1]

Thuravoor railway station (Code: TUVR) is a railway station in Alappuzha District, Kerala and falls under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway zone, Indian Railways.

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  1. E Sreedharan-Autobiography DC Books, 2014, pages 47-51