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Suburban Timetable. Chennai Division. Southern Railway. (w.e.f ). Tiruttani/Arakkonam/Tiruvallur/Avadi to Chennai Central/Beach/Velacherry (All. Chennai Local Train Timings, Chennai Local Train Time Table, Chennai Local Train Timetable, Chennai Local Train Timings Chennai-Local-Trains trains time table, get next hour running trains.
Jump to navigation Jump to search A railway map of the Chennai suburban train system including proposed new lines Chennai , the capital city of the state of Tamil Nadu , India , and the headquarters of the Southern Railway Zone , is a major rail transport hub in the country. It has over 40 railway stations which are part of an extensive suburban railway network  The city is served by three railway terminals - the Chennai Central railway station and the Chennai Egmore railway station and the Tambaram railway station. The first railway station to be built in Chennai is the Royapuram station constructed in though the city had a railway line that dates back to the s. The South West line , West North line and West South line are merely minor extensions or modifications of the aforementioned suburban lines. The MRTS is a suburban railway line that chiefly runs on an elevated track exclusively used for running local EMUs or suburban local trains.
Soon, the number of trains shuttling passengers was increased to 45 a day, running every 10 minutes at peak hours, and every 30 minutes, otherwise. The running time between Madras Beach and Tambaram stations, which was 2 hours until then, was reduced to 49 minutes.
The train service was made available from in the morning up to at night. These were built by the Integral Coach Factory based in the city. Services too were extended to Chengleput with two daily services. Work on additional MG track between Tambaram and Chengleput began in and was completed in January With the growth in suburban traffic and the existing gauge lacking sufficient carrying capacity, the Indian Railway decided to convert the entire section between Beach and Tambaram, which by then had three MG lines, to BG in early , with a joint venture with the state government.
The first BG line was laid in the section in parallel to the existing MG lines. The work was completed in February Of the three existing MG lines, two were exclusively used for suburban service and the third one was used for mainline express and passenger trains.
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In , work began on constructing two meter gauge MG lines connecting the harbour with the southern suburb of Tambaram to run services using steam locomotives. This was on account of the city's rapid expansion, with largely agricultural areas such as Saidapet , St.
Thomas Mount and Tambaram developing into residential quarters. Plan to build a new line between Beach and Egmore and two lines between Egmore and Tambaram was announced as part of the suburban remodelling initiative of South Indian Railways.
The trains were painted in dull green with a black wheel base and featured wide sliding doors, a better-designed seating arrangement, and thick glass fronts. The new carriages were parked in Tambaram station.
It was launched by Sir George Fredrick Stanley, the then governor of Madras, who at the opening ceremony was reported to have said that the new train services would transform "desolate south Madras into burgeoning garden cities". Soon, the number of trains shuttling passengers was increased to 45 a day, running every 10 minutes at peak hours, and every 30 minutes, otherwise.
The running time between Madras Beach and Tambaram stations, which was 2 hours until then, was reduced to 49 minutes. The train service was made available from in the morning up to at night.