Nagpur Junction railway station is a railway station in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India.HistoryNagpur Junction railway station is one of the oldest and busiest stations in Nagpur. It was inaugurated in its present form on January 15th, 1925 by the then Governor Sir Frank Sly. The railways at Nagpur were established well before the independence of India. The initial lines were laid down in Nagpur in the year of 1867. In 1881 Nagpur was linked up with another Indian City, Kolkata, via the railways of the state of Chhattisgarh.The original railway station of Nagpur was previously located east of the current site. The present-day railway station in Nagpur was established in 1924.ServicesAlmost 160,000 passengers board or leave from Nagpur Railway Station every day.ConnectivityNagpur is the second capital of the state of Maharashtra and a major tourist destination, and it is located near the center of the country.Direct trains run from Nagpur to all major metros,such as, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai.DevelopmentNagpur Junction railway station is among 22 stations in India that have been recommended to be upgraded to meet international standards. Work is to be sourced out to the Public-Private Partnerships and the Central Railway has identified priority areas like security, safety and cleanliness for the station.The close-situated Ajni is planned to be developed as a terminus and is also under consideration with a vision of diverting the traffic from the Nagpur railway station in the long run. A proposal to develop Ajni as a bus depot is also under way.