End of Meter gauge – Last Train journey -In Kerala
The Kollam–Sengottai branch line (formerly known as Quilon–Shencottah or Quilon–Chenkotta line) is a railway line in South India which connects Kollam Junction in Kerala state and Sengottai (also spelled Shenkottai, Chengottai, Chenkottai, Senkottai) in Tamil Nadu.
The Quilon–Shencottah railway line was the first railway line in the erstwhile Travancore state and is more than a century old. The Kollam–Sengottai section is part of the Kollam–Chennai meter gauge rail route commissioned by the British in 1904. The line has been partially converted to broad gauge. Currently, the railway line is operational from Kollam Junction to Punalur.
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Turn to ‘Aanavandi’ App to Get KSRTC info
www.aanavandi.com & the mobile applications available on Android & Windows store provide latest & updated time schedule of KSRTC buses. Aanavandi is the service providing by Team KSRTC Blog, An active online forum for KSRTC fans across the globe since 2008. We have launched the website www.aanavandi.com and the mobile apps of the same name, aimed at popularising the services of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC).
The blog and app, developed a by an online collective KSRTC Blog, offer real time information on the 50,000-odd schedules the public transport company runs a day.