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The Workshop was established on 30th September 1893, under the aegis of “THE NIZAM GUARANTEED STATE RAILWAYS” for undertaking periodic over hauling and repairs to BG and MG steam locomotives, coaches and wagons. Subsequently, it was brought under the purview of “NIZAM STATE RAILWAYS”. On the formation of South Central Railway on 2nd October 1966, it became a major workshop of the zone.It continued to be a composite workshop for MG and BG rolling stock till 1973. Due to phasing out of steam locos, the workshop took up POH of all types of BG coaches and was named as “Carriage Workshops”. The workshop is spread over an area of 13.97 hectares with 4.25 hectares of covered area.  The workshop presently handles a wide variety of coach POH which includes ICF design coach, LHB coach, EMU, Self-propelled coaches like SPARME/SPART/DEMU/DHMU & Tower Wagon.

Source : South Central Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 10-09-2018