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STS.T.D. Codes
Station
Abohar Adilabad Adoni Adoor Aduthurai Agra Ahmedabad Ahmedgarh Ahmednagar Ahwa Aizwal Ajmer Akola Alagappanagar Alathur Aligarh Alipurduar Allahabad Alleppey Almora Alwar Alwaye Ambajipet Ambala Ambalamugul Ambalapuzha Ambasamundram Ambernath Ambikapur Ambur Amloh (MSTD) Amreli Amritsar Ammundi Amudalavalasa Anakapalli Anand Anantapur Anantnag Anaparthi Andal Angamaly Angul Anjar Ankleshwar Arakonam Armoor Arni Aroor Arrah Aruppukottai Assolna Attingal Attur Atul Aurangabad Avinashi Badagara Bagalkot Bagdogara Baghapurana Bahula Baikampady Bajpe

Code
01634 08732 08512 0473 0435 0562 079 01675 0241 02631 0389 0145 0724 0488 0492 0571 03561-55 0532 0477 05962 0144 0484-62 08856 0171 0484 0477 04634 0251 07774 04174 01765 02792 0183 0416 08944 08924 02692 08554 01932 08857 0341 0484 06764 02836 02646 04177 08463 04173 0478 06182 04566 0834-760 0472 04282 02632 0240 04296 0496 08354 0353 01636 0341 0824 0824

Station
Balasore Balipatanam Banda Bangalore Bankura Bantwal Baragarh (Sambalpur) Barakar Baramati Baramulla Baraut Barbil Bardoli Bareily Baripada Barnala Baroda Barpata Town Barshi Baspa Bassi Pathana Basti Batinda Beas Beawar Begusarai Belgaum Bellary (Hubli) Belwadi (Mysore) Berhampur (W.B.) Berhampur (Bihar) Bettiah Bhadohi Bhadrachalam Bhadrak Bhadravati (Shimoga) Bhagalpur Bhandara Bharatpur Bharuch Bhatkal Bhavani Bhavnagar Bhawanigarh Bhilai Bhimavaram Bhind Bhiwandi Bhiwani Bhopal Bhubaneshwar Bhuj Bhusaval Bidar Biharsharif Bijapur Bijnor Bikaner Bilaspur (H.P.) Billimora Bobbili Bodinayakkanur Bolangir Bolepur Bolla

Code
06782 0497 05192 080 03242 08255 06646 0341 02112 01952 01234 06767 02622 0581 06792 01679 0265 03665 02184 02733-449 01763 05542 0164 01853 01462 06243 0831 08393 02487 03482 0680 06254 05414 08743 06784 08182 0641 07184 05644 02642 08385 04256 0278 01672-72 0788 08816 07534 02522 01664 0755 0674…...

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