Tolasampatti railway station

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Indian Railways station
LocationSalem, Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates 11°45′42″N77°58′49.6″E / 11.76167°N 77.980444°E / 11.76167; 77.980444
Elevation294 metres (965 ft)
Owned by Indian Railways
Line(s) Salem JunctionShoranur Junction line
Structure typeOn ground
Other information
Station codeTOS
Zone(s) Southern Railway zone
Division(s) Salem
Fare zone Southern Railway zone
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Tolasampatti (Tamil Nadu)

Tolasampatti railway station is located between Mettur Dam and Mecheri Road. [1]

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