The Great Indian Railway Atlas is an accurate graphical representation of the network and resources of the railways of India: spanning over 65,808 route kilometers on four different gauges. More than 23 million passengers travel on 12,961 plus trains and well over 2.88 million tonnes of freight are transported every day in 6,000 freight trains between the 7,100+ stations, aided by a fleet of over 10,499 locomotives, 59,600 coaches and 245,267 goods wagons, supported by 1,334,000 employees.
Within the massive Indian railway network there are always new projects and upgrades in progress, be it new lines, gauge conversion or electrification works. This atlas charts out the entire network, showing every station no matter how small, and also gives shows details of projected lines.
The Great Indian Railway Atlas is intended to be a valuable source of information for train lovers, travellers, academics, infrastructure developers and anyone interested in Indian Railways.