Ghaziabad railway station is on the Kanpur-Delhi section of Howrah-Delhi main line, Howrah-Gaya-Delhi line And New Delhi-Moradabad-Lucknow line. It is located in Ghaziabad district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It serves Ghaziabad.
Through trains started running on the East Indian Railway Company’s Howrah-Delhi line in 1866.
The railway line between Meerut and Delhi was constructed in 1864.
The Sind, Punjab and Delhi railway completed the 483-kilometre-long (300 mi) Amritsar–Ambala–Saharanpur–Ghaziabad line in 1870 connecting Multan (now in Pakistan) with Delhi.
The Ghaziabad-Moradabad link was established by Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway in 1900.
Amenities for passengers at Ghaziabad include waiting rooms, water coolers, pure vegetarian restaurants, refreshment rooms, book stall, computerized reservation office, and telephone booths.
Ghaziabad electric loco shed serves the Delhi area. It houses and maintains India's fastest locomotives which are mostly used in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto Expresses. It holds 47 WAP-1 locos as of 2008. It also has WAM-4, WAP-4, WAP-5, WAP-7 and WAG-5HA locos