Aab-e-Gum railway station
آب گم اسٹیشن
|Coordinates||29°48′14″N 67°24′11″E / 29.8039°N 67.4031°E|
|Owned by||Ministry of Railways|
|Line(s)||Rohri-Chaman Railway Line|
Aab-e-Gum Railway Station (Urdu: آب گم ریلوے اسٹیشن, Balochi: آب گم ریلوے اسٹیشن, also spelled Ab-i-Gum) is located in the town of Aab-e-gum, Kachhi District of Balochistan province, Pakistan. It is located 50 kilometers (31 mi) southeast of Quetta near Chilton mountain on the Rohri-Chaman Railway Line.
Aab-e-gum (Urdu: آب گم) is a Persian word meaning 'vanished water', a name given to a nearby underground spring.
The following trains stop at Aab-e-Gum station:
|Preceding station||Pakistan Railways||Following station|
towards Lahore Junction
towards Karachi City
towards Peshawar Cantonment
Only the Jaffar Express has a stop at the Aab-e-Gum Railway Station.
- 17 November 2015, the Jaffar Express derailed at Aab-e-Gum, killing 20 and injuring 96 people.
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