Shegaon railway station
|Coordinates||20°48′04″N 76°41′25″E / 20.8012°N 76.6903°ECoordinates: 20°48′04″N 76°41′25″E / 20.8012°N 76.6903°E|
|Elevation||281 m (922 ft)|
|Operated by||Indian Railways, Central Railway Zone, Bhusawal railway division|
|Line(s)||Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line, Nagpur-Bhusawal section|
Shegaon railway station is railway station located on Nagpur-Bhusawal section of Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line of Indian Railways. It is located near Panchayat Samiti Office, on North West side of Shegaon town, which is famous for Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj.
The railway station comes under the Bhusawal railway division of Central Railway Zone. The station has double electrified broad gauge track and has two platforms, at the elevation of 281 m (922 ft) above sea level. Its IR Station code is SEG. As of 2016 around 40 trains halt at this station. It serves Shegaon taluka and neighboring talukas of Buldhana district of Maharashtra.
- "SEG/Shegaon railway station". India Rail Info. Retrieved 15 January 2016.