Tiruchirappalli Palakkarai railway station

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Tiruchirappalli Palakkarai

திருச்சிராப்பள்ளி பாலக்கரை
Light rail and Goods railway station
Location Palakkarai, Sangiliyandapuram, Tiruchirappalli district, Tamil Nadu
Coordinates 10°48′28″N78°41′39″E / 10.8078°N 78.6941°E / 10.8078; 78.6941
Elevation81 metres (266 ft)
Owned by Indian Railways
Operated by Southern Railway zone
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
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Other information
Station codeTPE
Zone(s) Southern Railway zone
Division(s) Tiruchirappalli
Route map
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Tiruchirappalli Junction rail yard
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Junction overpass
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Tiruchirappalli Junction
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Tiruchirappalli goods yard
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Tiruchirappalli Palakkarai
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Location within India
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Tiruchirappalli Palakkarai (Tamil Nadu)

Tiruchirappalli Palakkarai railway station is a railway station in Palakkarai, Sangiliyandapuram suburb of Tiruchirappalli District in Tamil Nadu.



It belongs to the Tiruchirappalli railway division of the Southern Railway zone in Tiruchirappalli district in Tamil Nadu. The station code is TPE. [1] [2] [3]


This station falls between Tiruchirappalli JunctionKarur Junction broad-gauge section. [4]

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