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List of railway stations in Sri Lanka





List of railway stations in Sri Lanka include:

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A

  • Ahangama, Southern Province
  • Ahungalle, Southern Province
  • Alawwa, North western Province
  • Aluthgama, Western Province
  • Ambalangoda, Southern Province
  • Ambanpola, North Central Province
  • Ambepussa, Western Province
  • Ambewela, Central Province
  • Angulana, Western Province
  • Anuradhapura, North Central Province

B

C

D

E

  • Egoda Uyana, Western Province
  • Elephant Pass, Kilinochchi District, Northern Province
  • Eluthumadduval, Kilinochchi District, Northern Province
  • Enderamulla, Western Province

G

H

  • Habaraduwa, Southern Province
  • Habarane, North Central Province
  • Halawatha
  • Hali Ela, Uva Province
  • Haputale, Uva Province
  • Hatton, Central Province
  • Hettimulla, Western Province
  • Hikkaduwa, Southern Province
  • Hindeniya-Pattigoda, Western province
  • Horape, Western Province
  • Hunupitiya, Western Province

I

  • Idalgashinna, Uva Province
  • Induruwa, Southern Province
  • Inuvil, Jaffna District, Northern Province

J

K

L

M

  • Magalegoda, Western Province
  • Maggona, Western Province
  • Maharagama, Western Province
  • Maho, North Western Province
  • Mallakam, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Mankulam, Mullaitivu District, Northern Province
  • Mannar, Mannar District, Northern Province
  • Maradana Railway Station, Maradana, Western Province
  • Matale, Central Province - terminus
  • Matara (2m), Southern Province
  • Maviddapuram, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Medawachchiya, North Central Province
  • Meesalai, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Mirigama, Western Province
  • Mirusuvil, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Moratuwa, Western Province
  • Mount Lavinia, Western Province
  • Murikandy, Mullaitivu District, Northern Province
  • Murikandy Temple, Mullaitivu District, Northern Province

N

O

  • Ohiya, Uva Province
  • Omanthai, Vavuniya District, Northern Province

P

R

  • Ragama, Western Province
  • Rambukkana, Sabaragamuwa Province
  • Rathmalane, Western Province
  • Richmond Hill, Galle District, Southern Province

S

  • Sankathanai, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Sarasavi Uyana, Central Province
  • Seeduwa, Western Province
  • Slave Island, Western Province

T

  • Talaimannar, Mannar District, Northern Province - terminus, ferry port
  • Talpe, Southern Province
  • Tellipalai, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Thachanthoppu, Jaffna District, Northern Province
  • Telwatte, Southern Province
  • Thandikulam, Vavuniya District, Northern Province
  • Trincomalee railway station, Trincomalee, Trincomalee District, Eastern Province - terminus, ocean port
  • Thambutthegama, Anuradhapura District, North Central Province

U

  • Unawatuna, Southern Province

V

W

Y

Under construction or reconstruction or proposed


Closed stations

All the narrow gauge (762 mm (2 ft 6 in))[2] lines were closed now. Maradana to Avissawella section in Kelani Valley line has been converted into Broad gauge (1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)). All stations served narrow gauge tracks are closed except Maradana to Avissawella since it was converted into broad gauge and still using.
(All closed stations are not in the list)



Gallery

See also

Maps

  • UN Map

References

  1. ^ http://www.railway-technology.com/news/news64995.html?WT.mc_id=DN_News&mxmroi=6219191/2137320/false
  2. ^ http://www.infolanka.com/org/mrail/slrails.html

External links

  • Rail routes in Sri Lanka

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