Vizianagaram railway station, located in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, serves Vizianagaram in Vizianagaram district.
Between 1893 and 1896, 1,288 km (800 mi) of the East Coast State Railway was opened for traffic. In 1898-99, Bengal Nagpur Railway was linked to the lines in southern India. It was during this period that Vizianagaram station came up.
The 79 km (49 mi) Vizianagaram-Parvatipuram line was opened in 1908-09
Vizianagaram railway station has 2 double-bedded non-AC retiring rooms and one eight-bedded dormitory
Vizianagaram railway station serves about 153,000 passengers every day.
The Bengal Nagpur Railway was nationalized in 1944. Eastern Railway was formed on 14 April 1952 with the portion of East Indian Railway Company east of Mughalsarai and the Bengal Nagpur Railway. In 1955, South Eastern Railway was carved out of Eastern Railway. It comprised lines mostly operated by BNR earlier. Amongst the new zones started in April 2003 were East Coast Railway and South East Central Railway. Both these railways were carved out of South Eastern Railway.
The Palasa-Tilaru, Srikakulam Road-Chiprupalle and Chirupalle-Alamanda sectors were electrified in 1998-99. The Srikakulam Road-Tiralu sector was electrified in 1999-2000
Some Trains are Originate and passes through Vizianagaram railway station
22859:Puri Chennai Express
12843:Puri – Ahmedabad Express
22614:Haldia – Chennai Super Fast Express
22810:Paradip Super Fast Express
22849:Kolkata Shalimar Secunderabad Express
22603:Kharagpur – Villupuram Super Fast Express
22605:Purulia – Villupuram Express
18507:Visakhapatnam – Amritsar HKG Express
22825:Kolkata Shalimar – Chennai Super Fast Express