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Vadodara Junction railway station contacts and address

Vadodara Junction railway station contacts and address

Find below customer service details of Vadodara Junction, Gujarat, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the railway station.

Vadodara Junction
Sayajigunj, Vadodara 390005

Phone: 139
Phone: 0265-2638081 (Vadodara Division – DRM)
Phone: 0265-2641414 (Vadodara Division – ADRM)
Email: care@irctc.co.in (IRCTC support)

About Vadodara Junction
Vadodara Junction is a major railway station serving travellers to and from Vadodara, Gujarat. Formerly called Baroda City Junction, the railway station is said to have opened in the year 1861. It is one of the ten busiest railway stations in the country, part of Western Railways and Vadodara railway division. The station boasts of 7 platforms and 9 tracks, with the major lines consisting of Ahmedabad-Vadodara, New Delhi–Mumbai and Vadodara-Chhota Udaipur. With station code BRC, Vadodara Junction has close to 170 trains starting or passing through the station daily. The amenities at the station include computerised reservation counters, waiting lounge, parking facility, and food stalls.

You can know the trains originating at Vadodara Junction or passing through the station on the Indian Railways website. The Schedule will show the name of train, along with stop time and arrival/departure information. Popular trains include Bl Vadodara Special, Mao Hapa Special, Mumbai Special, Shatabdi Express, Gujarat Mail, Pnbe St Premium, Jaipur Special, Rjt Brc Superfast Special, Ajmer Special, Vadodara Express,Pnbe Bdts Special, Ahmedabad Express, Surat Express, Kutch Express, Pune Gwalior Express, Ahmedabad Passenger, Surat Express, Lok Shakti Express, Trivdrm Rajdhani, Ahmadabad Express, Porbandar Express, Rajdhani Express, Sabarmati Express, Kochuveli Express, Aravali Express, Surat Intercity, Coimbatore Express, Bangalore Rajdhani, Nizamuddin Express, to name a few.

Tickets for your journey can be booked on the popular IRCTC website. You can search for trains and proceed to reserve a seat. Payment for tickets can be made using debit/credit card or net banking. You can view, cancel and manage reservation by signing into account. If you have a Waiting List ticket, you can check status by inputting the PNR number.