| Ludhiana, Punjab
| Indian Railways|
Standard on ground
| Broad gauge 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)|
Gandhi Nagar, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, Punjab 141001
Ambala Cantonment Junction r, Jammu Tawi railway st, Jalandhar Cantonment Junction r, Amritsar Junction railway st, Jalandhar City railway station
Ludhiana railway station is located in Ludhiana district in the Indian state of Punjab and serves Ludhiana .
Ludhiana Junction railway station Wikipedia
Ludhiana railway station is at an elevation of 246 metres (807 ft) and was assigned the code – LDH.
The Sind, Punjab and Delhi railway completed the 483 km (300 mi) long Amritsar - Ambala Cantt - Saharanpur - Meerut - Ghaziabad line in 1870 connecting Multan (now in Pakistan) with Delhi.
The Ludhiana-Jakhal line was laid in 1901, possibly by the Southern Punjab Railway Co.
The extension from the Macleodganj (later renamed Mandi Sadiqganj and now in Pakistan) railway line to Ludhiana was opened by the Southern Punjab Railway Company in 1905.
The Sahnewal - Chandigarh rail link (also referred to as Ludhiana - Chandigarh rail link) was inaugurated in 2013.
The Mandi Gobindgarh-Ludhiana sector was electrified in 1996–97.
Ludhiana diesel shed holds 184+ locos including WDM 2, WDM 3A and WDG 3A. Ludhiana electric loco shed was commissioned in 2001 and houses WAM 4, WAG 5, WAG 7, WAG-9 AND WAP-4 locos.
Ludhiana is amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway.