Manmad railway station serves Manmad city in Nashik district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is an important junction station.
Amenities at Manmad railway station include: computerized reservation office, subscriber trunk dialling/public call office booth, waiting room, retiring room, vegetarian and non-vegetarian refreshments, and book stall.
Manmad railway station is amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway..
Five trains originate at Manmad railway station and 150 trains (including weeklies and bi-weeklies) pass through it
The first train in India travelled from Mumbai to Thane on 16 April 1853. By May, 1854, Great Indian Peninsula Railway’s Mumbai-Thane line was extended to Kalyan. Bhusawal was set up in 1860, but the service started in the mid-1860s. The line was extended to Khandwa in 1866 and to Nagpur in 1867
The Central Engineering Workshop located at Manmad has two wings. Fabrication of girder bridges is carried out in the Structural Yard. Other manufacturing activities are carried out in the general yard
Some trains are originate and passes through Manmad railway station:
12129:Azad Hind Express
11034:Darbhanga – Pune Express
22132:Gyan Ganga Super Fast
15547:Jaynagar – Mumbai LTT Jansadharan Weekly Express
12361:Asansol – Mumbai Express
15101:Chhapra – Mumbai Jansadharan Express
12104:Lucknow – Pune Express
12131:Dadar – Sainagar Express