Beautiful coterie junction.

Kotri Junction is located on the Peshawar-Karachi Main Line on the banks of the Indus River between Hyderabad Junction and Bolari Railway Station. Kotri Junction is one of the oldest railway stations in Pakistan as the first railway line was laid between Karachi and Kotri in April 1858 and the station was inaugurated on 13 May 1861 and the first passenger train between Karachi and Kotri was opened on the same day. It was run. The total distance between Kotri of Karachi is 174 km.

From Kotri Junction, a railway line runs parallel to River Indus through Dadu, Larkana, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Rajanpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Kot Addo, Leh Bhakkar, Mianwali and Attock Junction called Main Line No. 2 which is Peshawar. and Karachi is used as an alternative route apart from the main line one. Its area Kotri Junction provides the closest route to connect Karachi with Quetta via Jebabkot, Jacobabad.

Kotri Junction is on the very bank of the Indus River. Trains leaving Kotri Junction for Hyderabad enter Mehran Railway Bridge located on the Indus River, while vehicles coming from Hyderabad enter Kotri Junction as soon as they leave Kotri Railway Bridge.

Kotri Junction is located in Jamshoro District of Sindh and Kotri Barrage is located on the Indus River just a few kilometers from Kotri Junction, which is the last barrage on the Indus River. goes down.