South Western Railway zone of India is one of the 18 railway zones of Indian Railways, headquartered at Hubballi and covers most of the railway lines in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The Hubli and Krishnarajapuram zones hub of many WDG4 and WDP4 locomotives of Railways and the lines are entirely Indian gauge.
Chennai Central railway station also known as Madras Central is the busiest railway station in South India and also the most prominent landmarks of Chennai city. The central station served as the gateway to South India and among the most profitable stations of Southern Railways along with Thiruvananthapuram Central.
KSR Bangalore City railway station is the main railway station of Bangalore and second busiest railway station in South India after Madras Central. The railway station has 10 platforms and two entrances also served by Kempegowda Bus Station and Namma Metro rapid transit system.
Vijayawada Junction railway station of Andhra Pradesh is the one of the most busiest railway station in India by passengers and trains. The Vijayawada city station houses WDM 2, WAG-7, WAM 4, WAG-5 Locomotive and also has several satellite stations.
Secunderabad Junction railway station served as the gateway to twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, Listed as one of the India’s largest and busiest railway stations. The station is busiest railway station in SCR after Vijayawada Junction with 10 platforms and number of passenger facilities.
Thiruvananthapuram Central railway station is the largest railway station in Kerala and a landmarks of Thiruvananthapuram. The railway station is one of the only 5 Railway centrals in India functions as the main transport hub, along with Kanpur Central, Mangalore Central ,Mumbai Central and Chennai Central.