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Railway stations in Sudan

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Railways in Sudan
Blue = 1067mm gauge
Red = 1000mm gauge
dotted = out of use or proposed

Railway stations in Sudan include:


  • UNHCR Atlas Map[1]
  • UN Map[2]
  • Different maps[3] Aljabalan map
  • Sudan and South Sudan Map [4]

Existing and Proposed

  • Muglad - junction to oil fields
  • Abu Jabra - oil fields

  • Babanusa - S - junction
  • Nyala - W - terminus
  • Purram
  • Tumburra
  • Samsum


A weekly ferry service on the Nile River connects the Egyptian railhead at Aswan with the Sudan railhead at Wadi Halfa.[5]



(connection to Uganda - North to South) - Electrification proposed[8]

  • South Sudan Wau - 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge
  • South Sudan Juba - port on River Nile ; national capital
  • South Sudan Uganda Nimule - border
  • Uganda Gulu[9]1,000 mm (3 ft 3+38 in) gauge
  • Uganda Tororo, Uganda[10]
  • Uganda Pakwach - port on White Nile

(connection to Kenya)

(connection to Ethiopia)

See also


  1. ^ [bare URL PDF]
  2. ^ [bare URL PDF]
  3. ^ " - Report on Sudan, Beyond Common Perceptions".
  4. ^ Sudan and South Sudan rail map[usurped]
  5. ^ "Cairo to Khartoum by train+ferry - Travel information & advice".
  6. ^ "Sudan Opens North-South Railway". 16 March 2010.
  7. ^ "Railways Africa - EGYPT-SUDAN RAIL LINK".
  8. ^ "Electricity will power Kenya-Sudan railway - Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan". 4 September 2004. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 19 August 2010.
  9. ^ Cmsadmin (17 May 2010). "Sudan to Build High-Speed Railway". Railway Technology.
  10. ^ "Sudan Plans Rail Link to East Africa". 20 April 2010.
  11. ^ "19 May 2015: 491 km railway line connecting Ethiopia to Sudan launched". 19 May 2015.
  12. ^ Sudan-Ethiopia link
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Railway stations in Sudan
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