Top 10 Longest Platform In India

1. Gorakhpur railway station (Uttar Pradesh) - 1,366 meters: It is the longest railway platform in India and the world. It has 4 platforms and is a major railway station in the North Eastern part of India.

2. Kollam Junction railway station (Kerala) - 1,180 meters: It is the second-longest railway platform in India and is located in the southern state of Kerala. It has 3 platforms and serves as a major railway station in the region.

3. Kharagpur Junction railway station (West Bengal) - 1,072 meters: It is the third-longest railway platform in India and is located in the eastern state of West Bengal. It has 8 platforms and is a major railway station on the Howrah-Chennai main line.

4. Bilaspur railway station (Chhattisgarh) - 800 meters: It is the fourth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the central state of Chhattisgarh. It has 5 platforms and serves as a major railway station on the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line.

5. Ghaziabad railway station (Uttar Pradesh) - 738 meters: It is the fifth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the National Capital Region (NCR) of India. It has 7 platforms and serves as a major railway junction for trains going to various parts of India.

6. Patna Junction railway station (Bihar) - 726 meters: It is the sixth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the northern state of Bihar. It has 10 platforms and is a major railway station on the Howrah-Delhi main line.

7. Vijayawada Junction railway station (Andhra Pradesh) - 690 meters: It is the seventh-longest railway platform in India and is located in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. It has 10 platforms and is a major railway station on the Howrah-Chennai main line.

8. Allahabad Junction railway station (Uttar Pradesh) - 667 meters: It is the eighth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It has 10 platforms and is a major railway station on the Howrah-Delhi main line.

9. Howrah Junction railway station (West Bengal) - 660 meters: It is the ninth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the eastern state of West Bengal. It has 23 platforms and is one of the busiest railway stations in India, serving as a major hub for trains going to various parts of India.

10. Visakhapatnam railway station (Andhra Pradesh) - 640 meters: It is the tenth-longest railway platform in India and is located in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. It has 8 platforms and serves as a major railway station in the region.