Langar Halt railway station

Coordinates: 33°27′25″N 72°03′05″E / 33.457012°N 72.051341°E / 33.457012; 72.051341
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Langar Halt Railway Station

لنگر ریلوے اسٹیشن
General information
Owned byMinistry of Railways
Line(s)Kotri–Attock Railway Line
Other information
Station codeLGR
Preceding station Pakistan Railways Following station
Jand Junction Kotri–Attock Line Chur Sharif Halt
Chur Sharif Halt Khushalgarh–Kohat–Thal Railway Jand Junction
towards Thal

Langar Halt Railway Station (Urdu and Punjabi: لنگر ریلوے اسٹیشن) is railway station located in Basti Langar Khan, Punjab, Pakistan.[1]

The station still uses Neale's token ball system, a system implement by British to avoid collision of trains on a single track.[1] In 2022 this station was made abandoned by Pakistan Railways, but train stops so it is a halt station.

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  1. ^ a b Khan, Omar Mukhtar (May 29, 2017). "Pakistan's abandoned North Western Railway stations echo a forgotten past". DAWN.COM.

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33°27′25″N 72°03′05″E / 33.457012°N 72.051341°E / 33.457012; 72.051341