Kachiguda Railway Station is one of three main station of Hyderabad and Secunderabad city (formerly known as a Twin cities) in Andhra Pradesh, India. The Kachiguda Railway Station is one of the marvelous railway station operated by South Central Railways zone under Indian Railways which is the second largest rail network in the world.
The Kachiguda Railway Station was constructed by the Nizam of Hyderabad State and it was the headquarters of Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railway. It was built in 1916 with a gothic style of architecture with side domes and minarets on both sides. It forms one of the landmarks in Hyderabad.
It has 6 platforms and its was completely electrified in 2003. It operates trains running from all parts of India and MMTS rail transit trains. It serves as starting or ending destination for trainings towards south India like Yesvanthpur Express, Yesvanthpur Bilaspur express, Guntur express and other trains traveling from South to East and Middle East India.
The Kachiguda Railway Station is well connected with rest of Hyderabad city through various means of transports like APSRTC buses, autos, taxis and cabs.