Bhurgari railway station

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Bhurgari Station

ڀرڳڙي ريلوي اسٽيشن
General information
Coordinates27°57′21″N 67°56′59″E / 27.9558°N 67.9496°E / 27.9558; 67.9496Coordinates: 27°57′21″N 67°56′59″E / 27.9558°N 67.9496°E / 27.9558; 67.9496
Owned byMinistry of Railways
Line(s)Larkana–Jacobabad Light Railway
Other information
Station codeBHGR

Bhurgari railway station (Urdu: بھرگڑی, Sindhi: ڀرڳڙي ريلوي اسٽيشن) is located in Village Ghulam Nabi Bhurgri, Taluka Shahdadkot, District Qamber Shahdadkot District, Sind, Pakistan.[1]


The North-Western Railway ran through the district from north to south. Alight railway was constructed from Larkana to Kamber and thence to Shahdadkot and Jacobabad in Upper Sindh in 1918 during First World War. The names of the Railway Stations are as follows; 1) Larkana 2)Biro Chandio3) Pir Muhammad Metlo 4)Kamber 5)Bahram (Hethyon) 6)Ghulam Muhammad Kariro near Golo Wah 7)Silra Shahdadkot 8)Bhurgri Station 9)Umed Ali Junejo. After this came the Railway Station of Garhi Khero in District Jacobabad.[2]

Station was formed after great struggle by villagers, before the creation Pakistan. People went to the capital of the country for formation of the railway station.[citation needed]

After 2010 Floods[edit]

Most of the Railway Stations have been deserted and are occupied by the flood affected poor people who have made them as their shelter due to severe poverty.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Bhurgri Station · Shahdadkot Rd, Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan".
  2. ^ "The Profile of District Kamber Shahdadkot Sindh Pakistan 2012 | Sindh | Nature".
  3. ^ "The Profile of District Kamber Shahdadkot Sindh Pakistan 2012 | Sindh | Nature".

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