Nagpur Railway Station is a railway station in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. The Nagpur railways constitute a very significant part of the transport and communication system in the city of Nagpur in Maharashtra. Many people from the rest of the country and abroad, visit the city of Nagpur to spend a vacation or on a work-related tour. For these frequent visitors to the city, the railways of Nagpur along with the airways and the roadways, are of immense importance. Some important trains that are available at the Nagpur railway station are the Vishakapatnam Nizamudin Samta Express, the Banglore Nizamudin Rajdhani Express, the Mumbai Howrah Mail and the Bangalore Gorakpur Express. The railways at Nagpur were established a long time back well before the independence of India, as Nagpur used to be an important city of India even in those days. 1867 marks the beginning of the Nagpur railways. In the year 1881, the city of Nagpur was linked up with another important city of India, Kolkata, via the railways of the state of Chhattisgarh.