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Scinde, Punjab and Delhi Railway

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1869 The Scinde Railway, the Indus Flotilla Co, the Punjab Railway and the Delhi Railway, were amalgamated into the Scinde, Punjab and Delhi Railway

1875 663 Miles

1878 The Indus Valley State Railway was built connecting to the Sind at Kotri.

1885 693 miles

1885 The Scinde, Punjab and Delhi Railway was purchased by the Secretary of State for India

1886 January. Became part of the North Western State Railway, which was later on renamed as North Western Railway.

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