Jahangira Road Railway Station, Khairabad Kund and Akora Khattak Railway Station
It is located at the foot of Khaori hills between It is a tehsil of Nowshera district which acts as the boundary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa along with Indus river.
This station is the main rail transportation for the people of Swabi district and hence all the trains coming and going (Khebermail, Jafar Express, Awam Express, Abdul Rahman Baba Express) stop here.
Jahangira is situated on the banks of the Kabul River and the city is administratively divided into two districts, the eastern part of the city is across the Kabul River in Swabi District, while the western part is part of Nowshera District and the railway station is located there. A few kilometers away from Jahangira is Khairabad Kund, where the Indus River and the Kabul River meet.
According to the land record of 1870, this area was previously under the administration of Khushal Khan Khattak. Jahangir Khan founded this city in 1681, so at first the name of this place was Jahangir Awan, but later it was changed to Jahangira. It is amazing in its beauty.